Is PrizeRebel Legit? My Honest Review

It’s time to check out another rewards site. Most of the structure is similar on these types of websites, because they can contain a mixture of GPT and Surveys. But what about the site itself, is PrizeRebel legit? Here’s my review.

The site origins are from the United States, and has been running since 2007.

Is PrizeRebel Legit?

The main bulk of this site consists of surveys. Expect the usual ‘gpt stuff’ that you can find on similar sites. And for PrizeRebel, this is no different. Take up trial offers, watch videos, complete tasks.

The main beneficiaries of this site will be visitors from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Australia.

The site has partnered with some well known survey companies which include PeanutLabs, Toluna,, as well as others.

Okay can you tell me more?

I certainly can.

You will get credited in points. The points you earn all vary by survey and task etc, but you will see the amount displayed.

On this site, a hundred points equals $1.

You can redeem the points for gift cards from Amazon, Visa gift card, facebook e-game credits, Skype credits, iTunes credits, Steam credits, and Starbucks gift card.

Also you can get paid in Paypal cash. The minimum threshold is $5 paid into your Paypal account.

As I’m based in the UK, there were also gift cards/credits from retailers such as Tescos, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer as well as others. So expect to see familiar brands and retailers that you associate with if you are based in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia.

There is a Win tab at the top of the page where you can enter into Raffles, Lucky Numbers, and Contests etc.

The raffles option lets you enter for the chance to win……you guessed it, gift cards! The lucky numbers option lets you enter a lottery jackpot to win a random number of points. It was set at 6000 points last time I checked. To enter it would cost 20 points.

It may be a subtle difference, but I found Prizerebel a little easier to navigate and easier on the eye than Swagbucks.

If you are signed up to Swagbucks then you will know that these sites are very similar. Indeed in both structure and visually, they both have thumbnails on the face of their site, with tabs and options on the left. Both sites also have a plugin or extension (depending on which web browser you use, firefox, or google chrome), and also have an active facebook page where they post promo codes for you to redeem for points.

As a matter of fact most GTP or Survey sites in general will be very similar because they allow you to enter for prizes with via your credits or points and redeem cash or gift cards.

If you want to know more about Swagbucks, then you can read my Swagbucks review here.

Some GPT sites display a recent rewards or recent payouts section on their site. This display basically shows users that have redeemed or cashed out their prize in real time.

So is PrizeRebel Legit?

Yes, it is a legitimate surveys/gpt site.

You may come across a little negatives for these type of sites, but you just have to ‘have a knack’ to using them to get the best out of your time.

Do you use PrizeRebel? Or perhaps you are deciding to give this a try. Please tell us your experience and feedback, thank you.

PrizeRebel review
  • 8/10
    Easy - 8/10
  • 7/10
    Fast - 7/10
  • 7/10
    Content - 7/10
  • 7/10
    Other - 7/10


Now I don’t go on this site much but I personally like this site.

There is an option to enter a promo code which pops up if you have downloaded the chrome/firefox extension. Takes just a couple of seconds to get extra points and most importantly doesn’t interupt if I’m busy using the computer.

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