Get Paid to Take Surveys: 8 Companies That Pay Cash for Your Opinons

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Get Paid to Take Surveys 8 Companies That Pay Cash for Your Opinons

If you are looking for an easy way to make a little extra cash, here are some companies that will pay you to take surveys fro the comfort of your own home. Now don’t expect to make millions, but you can earn extra money as well as great prizes. Plus, a lot of these companies throw your name in the hat for some crazy good cash prizes!

Here are 10 of the best survey companies out there:

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1. Toluna. Not only can you earn money by taking surveys when you sign up for Toluna, but you can also test products before they become available on the market. It’s like being a VIP or an insider, but getting paid for it. I’ll get that red carpet ready. Ha!

2. Opinion Outpost.  Earn cash when you take their surveys. Plus, you can get Amazon gift cards or even donate to your favorite charities! How awesome is that?!

3. Inbox Dollars: Get paid to read emails. Just read them. Seriously! I’m totally good at that. Plus you get $5 just for signing up! Not too shabby if you ask me.

300x250_1012104. MindsPay: You just evaluate products and services that interest you, give them your feedback and earn up to $75 per survey! Easy peasy.

HarrisBanners_250x250v25. Harris Poll Online: For every survey you successfully complete, you will receive points called HIpoints, which you will be able to exchange for awesome rewards after just doing a couple of surveys! Also, with every survey you complete you have a chance to enter their $10,000 sweepstakes!

IBP_300x25026. InboxPays: In addition to surveys, you can participate in free trials and give feedback. You also get a $5 signup bonus! When you “cash out” your balance, you get paid directly to your PayPal account.

12108253.gif7. Ipsos I-Say: Pretty similar to the other survey companies, but they offer some great contests & prizes for dedicated members. So the more surveys you take, the more prizes they offer!

20130516120944-banner_300x250_v18. CashCrate: Do you know that companies are paying top-dollar to have users like you try their products and services for free? CashCrate passes that money on to you. Simply complete the free offers and get paid without spending a dime!

 

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Penny Pinching Tip – Freeze the Tops of Your Peppers

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Did I ever tell you that when I was 19, I worked at Subway sandwiches for like 5 bucks an hour? Well I did. The pay wasn’t much but I received a free sandwich every shift and got to flirt with all the cute guys that walked through the door each day so it wasn’t all that bad. True, I did have to wear an itchy green visor and plastic gloves, but it was actually kind of a fun job.

ANYWHO…. one of the things I learned while working at Subway was how to cut a pepper properly. Basically, slice the top of the pepper off as close to the stem as possible, pull the core out {and toss it into the compost bin} and then slice the thing up. Everybody does that, right?  Wrong!

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Maybe you think this is a totally lame tip, and honestly, it never occurred to me write about it before because it’s something I’ve done forever, but last month when Mrs. Hillbilly was over for my big Freezer Meal Party, I put her in charge of chopping the sweet peppers for our Sweet and Sour Meatballs dish. Much to my do not waste food horror, I looked backed from the kitchen and witnessed her chopping off the tops of the peppers and then tossing them into the garbage can {Yes, Mrs. H.B. I am totally outing you!!!}.

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Do you throw away the tops of your peppers too? Or are you a penny pincher like me and toss the tops into a baggie to use in other recipes later? I mean, you paid for it, so why waste it right?

~ Mavis

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Can Buying Beans in Bulk Save You Money at Costco?

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I made 2 trips to Costco this week…

The HH received a giant pack of beef sticks {barf!} in his stocking this year and when he went to open them up we noticed a tear in the package. All those poor, delicious beef sticks had mold on them, so I took them back to Costco to exchange them.

Costco has a great refund policy, they’ll pretty much take anything back {even moldy beef sticks!} and I love that.
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While I was there I also picked up 2 gallons of milk. I don’t know about you, but I HATE THOSE JUGS! They are the worst invention ever. Yes, they store well, but pouring milk out of them is another story.

costco shopping trip pinto beans

On my second trip to Costco I picked up a 25 pound sack of beans, 2 giant jars of pasta sauce and a 6-pack of sweet peppers. If you have never carried a 25 pound sack of pinto beans in your backpack for 30 minutes before, you have no idea what you are missing. It’s the kind of thing that makes you realize you are in fact, a little off your rocker. And let’s be honest here, I probably won’t do it again without some sort of cart or something. Hitch hiking had never seemed so appealing before this…

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So you’re probably thinking… Mavis what the heck did you feed your family last week if all you bought was beans, milk, pasta sauce and peppers. Well, hang on, I’m going to tell you. ;)

For starters, I made a huge pot of chili with some of those pinto beans. I also used a couple of cans of stewed tomatoes, tomato paste, onions, spices and two spinach burger patties from my pantry and freezer, and the homemade chili was DELICIOUS! Plus, because I made such a huge pot, there were a ton of leftovers.

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I also made a 3 month supply of refried beans in my slow cooker. Canned refied beans cost about a buck at my local grocery store, but homemade? Crazy cheap. Plus, when you make a big batch, you’ll have enough on hand for 6 taco nights.

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Clearly I did not use all 25 pounds of beans last week. Ha! Nope, I still have 21.8 pounds left. So if you have any marvelous bean recipes you think I should try, please leave a recipe link in the comment section. :) blueberry crumb bars

Another delicious thing I made last week was blueberry bars. We still have a boatload of homegrown blueberries in our freezer from last summer so I’ve been on the hunt for blueberry recipes lately and came across on from Smitten Kitchen and they were delicious! I actually didn’t have all the ingredients on hand, so I had to modify the recipe a wee bit {I’ll try and post my version later this week}.

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When you cook, double the recipe… and pop the extra portions in the freezer. Once you get the hang of doing this, you’ll never go back to cooking one meal at a time.

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In the past I would occasionally buy those giant jars of pasta at Costco thinking they were a good deal. But then I’d end up tossing out the last 1/3 of the jar because we wouldn’t use it in time before the sauce went bad. So now when I use those big bottles of pasta sauce I simply freeze the extra sauce. Seems like a no brainer, right? To make the sauce stretch even a little more I add in a few extras. My basic recipe is a giant bottle of sauce, 1 cup of water and a bag of shredded chicken or taco meat. I simply heat everything up, use a little for that night’s dinner, and then freeze the rest to use on a busy weeknight.
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My brother gave me a Panera gift card from Christmas so we also had take out one night last week. Have you tried their salads? The chicken cobb with avocado is my favorite. {The HH likes the Thai chicken salad}. We also had a breakfast dinner this week too. Because really, who doesn’t love pancakes and eggs for dinner? And homemade {frozen} lasagna too.

How about YOU, did you buy anything exciting this past week?

~Mavis

Total Spent This Week $36.36
Total Spent Year to Date $36.36

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Free Kindle Books, Coleman Collapsible Cooler, Pressure Canner, Recipes, Coupons and More

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Someone has a case of the Mondays…

Whatever your plans may be today, I hope you have a wonderful day.

Mavis and Lucy

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If your ground is frozen solid and outdoor gardening is not an option, you can still grow away. Even something as simple as sprouting might curb that gardening itch while winter is bearing down on us! Check out How to Grow Your Own Sprouts. Find more cool projects on my DIY Pinterest Board.

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Discount Mags is offering a 1 year subscription to Architectural Digest Magazine for only $5.99 a year when you use code MAVIS at checkout. This deal will expire tonight 1/12/15 at midnight EST..

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Crock Pot Pizza Sauce – Homemade pizza is waaayy better than that store bought cardboard, in my opinion. So of course homemade sauce would taste way better too! I like to whip up a batch of sauce in the crock pot so that come pizza night, it takes only minutes to throw together.  Get the recipe HERE or Pin for Later. Find more recipes on my Crock Pot Pinterest Board.

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Freezer Meal Chili Con Carne with Bacon and Beer

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Freezer Meal Chili Con Carne with Bacon and Beer

I was looking for a hearty chili recipe to use for freezer meals, and this one looked perfect. It was! I have to admit, this recipe had a lot of firsts for me. I’ve never used beer or bacon in chili. Is that a normal thing and I’ve just missed it all these years? Well, I’m glad I discovered it now, because holy cats this chili was freakin awesome. The HH is obsessed and Monkey Boy keeps begging me to make it again.

Lucky for him, it was one of the recipes when we made 100 Freezer Meals in 5 Hours, so there are plenty left for next time! We went crazy and made 15 batches,  but the ingredient list below only makes 2 batches.

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Ingredients

6 slices bacon
2 pounds ground beef
1 large onion, chopped
1 large green bell pepper, chopped
4 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup chili powder
1 tablespoon ground cumin
2 teaspoons paprika
2 teaspoons dried oregano
2 tablespoons tomato paste
1 {12 oz} bottle amber beer
2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
1 {28 oz} can whole plum tomatoes, crushed
1 1/2 cups beef broth, plus more if needed
2 {15 oz} cans black beans, drained and rinsed
1 tablespoon hot sauce
Shredded cheddar cheese and/or sour cream for topping {optional}

Freezer Meal Chili Con Carne with Bacon and Beer

Directions

In a large pan over medium heat, cook bacon until crisp. Pat excessive grease with a paper towel, let cool, and then crumble. Pour bacon grease {with the exception of 1 tablespoon} out of pan and set aside. Add the beef to the pan, and cook until brown, breaking up meat as it cooks. Transfer meat to a plate using a slotted spoon to drain, dump leftover grease and wipe pan clean.

Add 1 tablespoon of the reserved bacon drippings to the pan and heat over medium-high heat. Add the onion and bell pepper and cook, about 5 minutes, stirring often. Add the garlic and cook 2 additional minutes. Add the salt, chili powder, cumin, paprika, oregano and tomato paste and cook, stirring, until the tomato paste is bright red, 5-6 minutes. Add the beer and simmer for 3 minutes, or until almost completely reduced.

Stir in the beef, cocoa powder, tomatoes, broth and beans and simmer over low heat for about 1 hour, 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add the hot sauce and season with salt to taste. If the chili is too thick, add additional beef broth.  Let chili cool completely before sealing in freezer bags and placing in freezer.

To heat after freezing, place entire contents of bag in a large pot over medium heat. Bring to a boil. Top with cheese and sour cream. Enjoy!

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Looking for more easy freezer meal ideas? See the full list of freezer meal ideas HERE!

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Mavis Butterfield | Backyard Garden Plot Pictures – 1/11/14

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I’ve started to re-think my 10′ x 45′ garden plot. I wonder if it’s too big for the space. I may reduce it to 8′ x 45′ so I have adequate room to walk around the sides of it properly. I really like the idea of a garden plot right smack dab in the middle of grass. The Girl and I eyed some excellent examples at the Gothenburg Botanical Garden when were in Sweden a few years ago and the idea of being able to stroll around the vegetable patch seems pretty appealing. What do you think?

dead arborvitae tree

On the “to do” list for today is to dig out the dead arborvitae tree and plant a new one. I absolutely LOVE using trees as privacy screens. They make for such a nice backdrop. pulling weeds on hillside

I’m nearly finished weeding Mt. Barktopia. It may not look like a large area, but holy cow it is. I’d say I have about 2 more afternoons of weeding before I’m done.

back of house

I think I found the perfect master bathroom layout. If we decide to put in a window it will go just left of the red wheelbarrow. Do you think a long skinny window would be best, or a wide one similar to the kitchen window that’s next to the BBQ?

water cabbage

Have you ever tried growing water cabbage before?

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Well apparently I didn’t drill holes into my stock tank before I planted. Sheesh! How could I have forgotten to do that? I can’t believe the plants are still alive. I think I’ll drill holes in it today and hope for the best. I mean really, what else can I do?

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I finally got the courage to trim the giant boxwood hedge in front of our house the other day. It wasn’t as hard as I thought it was going to be either. ;) I also picked up 3 Leland cypress trees at The Home Depot this week so I could finish planting my privacy screen on the side of the house. The trees were $6.99 each if anyone is interested in picking some up. We planted several at our last house and let me tell you Bob, they grow quick!

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I also planted my Meyer Lemon tree this week. Since our winters are pretty mild here in the Pacific Northwest I’ve decided to go ahead and keep it on my sheltered front porch. If the temps dip below 40 then I’ll move it in the garage for a few days. I plan on moving the lemon tree around to the back of the house in the summer months.

It’s been a busy week in the garden and next week I hoping to get even more done.

How is YOUR garden doing right now?

Is it under snow, frozen solid, or are your out there puttering around too?

~Mavis wants to know.

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If you’re looking for some great seeds for your garden, Botanical Interests Seed Company rocks! I posted the list of the seeds I’ll be planting in my 2015 backyard garden HERE.

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The $20/$20 Challenge: Show Your Pantry – Fill a Pantry

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Last year I asked you to send in pictures of your gardens, and those pictures blew me away. While those pictures are still welcome, I have a fun new idea that I think you guys are going to love. Well, I’m certainly going to love it!

Over Christmas, I took some pictures of my mom’s pantry. Now I’ve been in that pantry plenty of times, but taking some pictures of it opened my eyes a bit. First, it was fascinating to see what types and brands of foods she purchased compared to what I keep in my pantry. Her staples are different than mine. The makeup of her pantry and fridge is so different, even though, overall, we enjoy many of the same meals and foods. Second, it was fun to see how different she organized her pantry {and fridge}. And third, the sheer amount of food made me feel a tiny bit guilty.

 

food in refrigeratorWe have so much, while so many go without or are forced to eat very little. While I am frugal for the most part when I grocery shop, and really make a conscious effort not to waste food, we are just super lucky to have such full pantries.

On the one hand, I’d love to see pictures of your pantries, your freezers and your fridges. I’d love to hear about where you shop, how you save, how you organize and how/if you preserve your food {do you can? dehydrate? freeze?}. And I’d love to feature these “pantry pics” on my site. On the other hand, I’d also love to help others fill their pantries.

So an idea was born: you send, I give.

You submit pictures of your pantry/fridge/freezer/cupboards, and I will donate $20 to a food bank {up to $5,000}. If your submission is chosen to be featured on my site, you will receive a $20 Amazon gift card, but even if it isn’t, I will still donate the $20. $20/$20. Get it?!

pantry fridge pictures show me your pantryYou must submit at least 5 HIGH QUALITY pictures, as well as a short blurb {at the very least} about you and your food habits. I realize that pantries are often dark, so while every submission will still earn the $20 towards the food bank, if you’d like to have your submission featured, you must submit quality pictures. Did I mention your photos need to be clear and well lit? ;)

Plus, I’d love to see any creative storage tips you have, hear about where and how frequently you shop, if you use a menu or if you wing it, if you shop seasonally or make choices based on sales. The more information you provide, the better chance you have of having your pantry being featured.

food in freezerFor every submission I receive with 5 pictures, and the story behind those pictures, I will put $20 into the Food Pantry Pot. I’ll keep a running tally on the side bar of the site, so you can follow along and track it too. This year I have plans to travel all across the country, so frequently when traveling, I’ll pull the money from the pot, hit the grocery store and then find a local food bank in the town I’m visiting. With your help, I’ll essentially “food bomb” pantries on my vacations. This is going to be fun!

So grab your cameras, straighten up those cans in the cupboard and submit away. The $20/$20 Challenge is on!!

Things to keep in mind when you send me your submissions:

  1. I have major OCD. You do not have to be a professional photographer, but your photos do need to be clear and well lit or I won’t be able to use them.
  2. All photos must be original, and they must have been taken by YOU. All photos become property of One Hundred Dollars A Month once submitted.
  3. I won’t be able to use every submission, but every submission with 5 pictures, and the story behind those pictures will put $20 in the food bank pot, regardless of whether it is used on the site or not. However, a $20 Amazon gift card will only be awarded if the submission is published.
  4. Be sure to include a little information about yourself, like your shopping habits or tips. Also, please include your first name and what state or country you are from.
  5. If you have a blog and would like me to link back to it, please let me know, I’d be happy too.
  6. Must submit at least 5 pictures per submission, but the more the merrier just in case I do not select them all.
  7. One submission per person.
  8. Send submissions via email to onehundreddollarsamonth @ gmail.com {remove the spaces} and be sure and put $20/$20 Challenge in the subject line.
  9. A maximum of $5,000 will be donated.

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The money will come from this years blog earnings {so keep that in mind the next time you see a link to a cool product on my daily deal posts}.

Think we’re crazy to take on such a big project? Well, if you are a long time reader then you know we’ve done it before… Remember when I asked you to send in all those gnomes in 2013? Together we raised over $5,000 for St Jude. Wasn’t that a hoot! Our trip to the St. Jude Vegetable Garden and Hospital was so amazing, we wanted to do something similar.

Again, thanks for your help. Giving back is cool!

~Mavis

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Free Kindle Books, Woolrich Slippers, Thermal Tops, Sports Bras, Recipes and More

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Happy Sunday!

Did you catch the Seahawk’s game last night? Was that crazy or what? I don’t think I have ever seen a football player jump the line before. How exciting. :) I’m hoping it won’t be too soggy outside today because I want to get out there and trim a few more hedges so I can have the HH haul the evidence brush away before it gets dark. How about YOU? Any plans for today?

~Mavis

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Word of the Day: Abeyance  Definition: Held in waiting, pending, suspension. Used in a sentence: The sentence was held in abeyance until more proof could be obtained.

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6pm has Woolrich Plumtree House Slippers on sale for $14.99 shipped {was $49.95}. Perfect for shuffling around the house and gettting the mail. There are 3 colors to choose from.

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6pm also has the Men’s Request James Tops on sale for $13.50 shipped. S – XXL.

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Freezer Meals – Ground Beef Pot Pie - Mmmm. A piping hot pot pie is my idea of bliss. Even though I can practically make pot pies in my sleep, we were always a chicken or turkey pot pie family. Then I gave ground beef pot pies a try and they were a huge hit with the fam, so they are now on our permanent menu. {Pin it for Later}

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One Hundred Dollars a Month – Mavis’ Weekly Highlights 1/10/2015

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Mavis Butterfield on InstagramFollow me as I share some random goodness

I think I may have found the PERFECT master bathroom layout

powder room makeover

Remodel Updates

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Garden Updates and Tips

Grapefruit Yogurt Cake

Recipes

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Mornings with Mavis 

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Tips and Tricks

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Weekly Shopping Trips and Other Stories

Videos

Peace Out Girl Scouts, have a great weekend!

Mavis

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Friday Night at the Movies – An Idiot Abroad

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A friend of mine suggested that I check out An Idiot Abroad this Friday–she told me it combined my love of travel with my adoration of dry British wit.  It’s produced by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant–both of whom are hilarious.  They send their friend, Karl Pilkington {who has never been out of England} to experience the 7 wonders of the world, only they also add in a couple of “out of his comfort zone” tasks for him to complete.  Should be entertaining.

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Let me know what you think if you decide to watch it–or if you have already seen it.

Peace out Girl Scouts & have yourself a great weekend,

~Mavis

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Looking for more movies?

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