How are the opportunities for paid surveys in the Philippines?
Taking online surveys can be a great way to make some extra cash or earn free gift cards and have your opinion heard at the same time.
The country you live in plays a big part in the number of opportunities you have. As you might already know, the Philippines is not the country that has the most options in this area.
It does however not mean that there are no good options here – it just means you might have to look a little harder to find the good sites that are available in your country (but don’t worry, I have done that job for you below).
But when you know where to look and which sites to join there are actually some really good options, and it is a way to earn some real extra cash on the side in the Philippines.
The sites I will show below offer several ways to get paid – there are sites that, for example, offer to pay you in cash with or without PayPal, gift cards, prepaid Visa cards, Bitcoin, mobile credits, and more.
So no matter what type of rewards you are looking for, you will find sites on the list below that offers it.
You just need to be aware that taking paid surveys is not a way to make a full-time income or become rich.
It is completely free to participate, you can start earning right away, and you can make some nice extra cash on the side – but you just need to do it with the right expectations.
How to earn the most?
One tip that is important to get success with survey sites in the Philippines is to know that many sites do not only offer surveys as an earning method but also many other ways.
Often sites that have other options to earn than only surveys are also called GPT sites (Get-Paid-To) because there are many different tasks you can get paid for doing.
Remember to use these other options. If a site does not have a lot of surveys available, or if you do not qualify very often, using the other methods can really boost your earnings.
Some of the other ways you can typically earn are by doing micro online tasks, clicking ads, signing up for free online trials, play games, earn by watching videos, download apps, participate in free contests, doing social media tasks, and more.
On the list below, I will explain what methods are available on different sites, and you can also click to see the full review of each site to get more details.
Another way to get the most out of survey sites and GPT sites is to join several sites. The number of opportunities vary from day to day on each site and new surveys and offers come all the time.
So by joining more, you will have more opportunities. And do not give up just because a site one day does not have any offers – give it a little time to get to know each site and get to know the opportunities.
Also, there are several of the sites that also has an app so you can easily earn on the go. So if you are looking for legit paying apps in the Philippines you will also find some great options below.
Top 27 paid survey sites in the Philippines
The sites on the list below are all legit opportunities to take paid surveys in the Philippines and they are all free to join and use.
The list is regularly updated so make sure to bookmark the page and come back and check for new opportunities once in a while. If you have not taken paid surveys before, it is a good idea to join 5-7 sites to get enough opportunities.
Viewfruit is an excellent survey site, and it has its own survey panel just for the Philippines. It usually has several daily survey opportunities, and it is very easy to use. You just sign up, and you will then receive email invitations when there are new surveys for you. You can also download the app and earn through that.
You can also earn by inviting friends to join, and it has a community feeling as well, where you can interact with other members, vote for their content, and create quick polls yourself.
It further has a great way to pay out, as you get paid through PayPal, and the payout threshold is only $5. Definitely a site worth joining, if you live in the Philippines.
Toluna is a worldwide survey site that has local pages for many countries including the Philippines. It is a very easy site to use and has a good amount of surveys.
You can also earn a bit extra by creating content other members can interact with, by voting in daily polls, and it has a good amount of free contests. It is another of the sites that also has a survey app so you can take the surveys on the go.
Toluna is definitely a site you should check out if you like taking online surveys. You can get paid through PayPal or choose between a number of different gift cards.
Short summary: Surveytime is a very simple survey site that is extremely easy to use. You just have to make sure you fill out the initial survey profiler when you first join, and then you will get access to a very good amount of online surveys in the Philippines.
It is not a typical survey site and it pays out very quickly. In fact, you get paid instantly through PayPal as soon as you have completed a survey. The money goes into your PayPal account within minutes which is very fast compared to many other sites.
Another thing that is a bit special about Surveytime is that you will always get $1 per survey you complete no matter the topic or length of the survey. This means that you at times can get really good value for the time spent here.
Payout methods: Bitcoin, Skrill, AirTM, Payeer, Bank Transfer, Neteller Payout threshold: $10 More information:Read full Timebucks review
Timebucks is a site that is a bit unusual in some ways, as it has some opportunities to earn that I have not seen anywhere else. Some of the opportunities do not pay very high rewards but also do not take long – but other tasks pay decently.
The greatest thing about Timebucks is that you can definitely always find a number of ways to earn no matter where you live, so there will be many available opportunities in the Philippines as well. You can earn by watching videos, taking surveys, mining cryptocurrencies, watching online content, doing social media tasks, and more.
You can get your earnings out through Bitcoin, Skrill, AirTM, Payeer, Bank Transfer, Neteller once you have earned $10.
Surveyeah has its own online survey site for the Philippines that is very easy to use. You just sign up and then you wait to receive email invitations for surveys.
You just have to be aware that it does not have a lot of surveys – sometimes maybe only a few per month. So it should not be the only site you join. But as an extra site, it can be great signing up for, as it is so user-friendly.
You can get your earnings out when you have earned 350 PHP you can get them out as cash through Paypal or as Amazon gift cards when you have earned $10.
TGM Panel is one of the panels that has its own online survey site for the Philippines. This means the surveys you can find here are relevant and the platform is easy to use and user-friendly.
At the moment paid surveys are the only way to earn here and it does not always have surveys available. But once you have signed up, you will get an email when there are new surveys available which are quite regularly.
You can get your earnings out in cash through PayPal or gift cards. The threshold is only $10 so it does not take too long to reach.
ySense was formerly called ClixSense but changed its name. It also introduced a few other options but if you have heard about ClixSense this is the same site – now just with a new name.
It is one of the survey sites that give good opportunities to most countries including the Philippines. You might however not be able to participate in many of the surveys there from the Philippines, but there should be some, as it has many daily opportunities.
ySense does, however, have several other good ways to earn. It has a good offer wall with a lot of different offers and tasks and also has a nice daily activity bonus.
You can get paid through PayPal, Payoneer, Skrill, gift cards. It is fairly easy to use and definitely a site worth checking out.
Triaba is another very simple and easy to use survey site, and it has a site for the Philippines.
When a site only offers surveys, there will of course not be so many opportunities as if it has other ways to earn as well. But Triaba is one of the most simple sites to use, so it will not take much extra time to sign up for, and then just do the surveys that will come once in a while, so it can still be worth joining as an extra site.
You will get an email when there is a new survey available for you. You can get paid through PayPal or gift cards.
Rewards1 is an international GPT site and you can, therefore, also join it from the Philippines. At first, it can be a bit confusing but if you take the time to learn how to use it, it offers plenty of ways to earn.
You can take surveys, take offers, watch videos, and more. And the more active you are, the more member benefits you get.
Rewards1 has probably the biggest selection of gift cards and game codes you can choose from out of all the sites on this list. In addition to this, you can get your earnings out through PayPal already when you have earned $5.
Short summary: PrizeRebel is available in most countries, but the opportunities will vary from country to country. In the Philippines, you should find some available surveys, but you should definitely make sure to check out the other options as well, as some of these might give you better opportunities to earn.
On PrizeRebel, you can do Figure Eight tasks, take online offers, watch videos, get a daily activity bonus, it has some great free contests, it frequently gives out promo codes with free points, and it has different membership level, so you will get more and more benefits and opportunities the more active you are.
You can get paid through PayPal (which is my personal favorite to get paid on survey sites), or get gift cards. Once you have spent a little time to learn to navigate the site and find the different options, it is very easy to use, and it has a low payout threshold, so you can quickly get a payout.
If you are looking for ways to earn Bitcoin passively in the Philippines, then CryptoTab can be a great option to use in combination with the other options on this list.
It is a browser you can use both on your computer and mobile, and once you have set it up you will earn completely passively by mining Bitcoin in the background. So you can use the browser to, for example, take surveys from some of the other sites on this list and that way earn both from the surveys and from CryptoTab passively at the same time.
You can get paid in Bitcoin without any fees already when you have earned around $0.40, and if you invite others to join as well, you can really boost your earnings.
appKarma is great if you are looking for a legit app to earn some extra cash online in the Philippines.
You can earn by taking surveys but it is mainly interesting if you like playing online games. You can download games through the app and earn every time you play so it can be a great way to earn a bit while having fun.
Once you have earned $10, you can get your earnings out via PayPal or gift cards. If you join through the link below, you will get an 500 points bonus into your account right away.
If you have looked into making some extra cash online, you have probably heard about Swagbucks as it is one of the biggest GPT sites. And I am very often asked if Swagbucks is available in the Philippines. Until recently it was not, but you can now join it.
However, even though it has now opened up so you can now join Swagbucks from the Philippines you just need to be aware that it still has limited options in PH so it takes a little patience and that is why it is not higher on the list.
You can choose to get paid in cash via PayPal or get paid via gift cards and the payout threshold starts around $10 depending on your chosen reward.
Short summary: Instars (used to be called Instar Wallet) is a new kind of survey site and it is continuously expanding and introducing new opportunities. It can have advantages to join already now and be a part of it already from early on.
What makes it particularly interesting for you if you live in the Philippines is that the platform is actively looking for members from the Philippines. This means that in the long run, you can expect good opportunities.
You just need to be aware that the rewards you will earn are cryptocurrency and this is the only payment method at the moment. If you would like to earn this, then Instar Wallet is an interesting new site worth checking out.
Payout methods: PayPal, Virtual MasterCard, Gift cards Payout threshold: $10 More information:Read full Univox review
Univox Community is an easy-to-use survey site that is available in limited countries. But it is available in the Philippines and it is regularly recruiting new members here. It also has an app so you can easily get access to the earning opportunities from anywhere.
In addition to taking paid surveys, you can also do a few other micro-tasks to earn by the surveys is the main way to earn. The more active you are, the higher the membership level you get, and the more benefits you get. So it pays to keep being active. By being active you also get the chance to get on the Wall of Fame and earn extra rewards.
When you first join you need to earn $25 to cash out but as your membership level increases, you can eventually get paid already when you have earned $10. You will also get a $2 joining bonus just for signing up.
Mobrog is a site that is simple and it has sites in many countries including the Philippines where it has a specific panel just for PH.
It is very easy to use, and you will get an email every time there is a new survey available. Or you can download the Mobrog app and get access to the surveys here. It offers a decent amount of surveys but you just need to be aware that you will not qualify for all surveys, so sometimes it can take a bit of patience to find the surveys you qualify for.
As an extra site, it can definitely be worth it, as it is very easy to use, and you do not have to spend any time figuring out how it works.
Superpay.me is available in more or less all countries, and you can also join from the Philippines. It has many daily opportunities, and you can earn by taking surveys, watch videos, click ads, take offers, participate in their free contests, and more.
At first, it can be a little confusing to use, and it can take some time to find those opportunities that are available in the Philippines. But overall a great site, and it has good payout methods, as you can get paid through PayPal, Skrill, Amazon gift cards, and Bitcoin. The payout threshold is only $1, which is one of the lowest for a survey site.
FeaturePoints is not only a survey and GPT site but it also has an app so if you like to earn on the go in the Philippines, this is a good option.
In addition to taking paid surveys, you can also earn by playing games, downloading apps, watching videos, and participating in free contests. Sometimes there might not be a lot of available surveys so make sure to also use some of the other earning methods.
You can get your earnings out very quickly on FeaturePoints as you only have to earn $5. You can get paid in cash via PayPal or get paid in Bitcoin or gift cards.
Payout methods: PayPal, gift cards, charity donations Payout threshold: 950 PHP More information:Read full YouGov review
YouGov is a great international survey site that has panels in many countries. It also has a specific panel for the Philippines and also an app you can download. It offers regular paid surveys, and something that sets YouGov apart from most other survey sites is that you can actually see the results of their research on the website.
The panel is easy to use, as you will receive an email when there is a new survey. You earn points when you answer surveys, and these points can then be exchanged into cash through PayPal, AirAsia Big Points, gift cards, mobile credits, or charity donations.
The payout threshold is 950 PHP which is a bit high, but still within reason and definitely a site worth checking out if you want to take paid online surveys.
LifePoints Panel used to be called GlobalTestMarket but in the Philippines GTM no longer exists and is now called LifePoints instead. It is purely a survey site, and surveys are the only way to earn it here. That makes it very simple to use.
It is not the site that has the most opportunities, but as it is very easy to use, it can still be worth signing up for as an extra site. You will receive an email when there is an available survey for you, so you do not have to keep an eye on the site yourself.
You can get paid through PayPal, gift card, or donate to charity.
Reward XP is mostly interesting if you like playing online games as it is a GPT site specialized in this area. Once you have signed up, you get access to several games you can download and play to earn.
The rewards are not the highest, but it can be a fun way to earn in the Philippines. In addition to the games, you can also take occasional surveys, watch videos, and take offers.
The payout threshold is $5 and you can get paid via PayPal, Bitcoin, or gift cards.
CashKarma is an option that is only relevant if you want to earn on the go as it is an app so you need to install it on your phone to participate.
It is not the most effective site to earn on in the Philippines but you can almost always find ways to earn here and the app is pretty user-friendly. You can take surveys, watch video trailers, take offers, get badges, and more.
The payout starts at $5 if you want an Amazon gift card. If you want to get paid through PayPal, the threshold is $10.
Short summary: GrabPoints is a GPT site with several ways to earn. It will not offer the most opportunities in the Philippines, but with some patience, you can find some options and it is legit, so therefore it is still on this list.
You can earn by taking surveys, watching videos, downloading apps, taking offers, and more. If you are mostly interested in surveys, this will, however, not be one of the top sites for the Philippines, so you should only join if you are also interested in some of the other earning methods.
GrabPoints pays out in cash through PayPal or you can get gift cards. You will not have many gift cards to choose from in PH though, so the best payout option for you will be PayPal.
Payout methods: PayPal, bank transfer, mobile credit, charity donations Payout threshold: No threshold More information:Read full WowApp review
WowApp is kind of a unique GPT option because of some of the earning methods. It can, however, be a bit confusing to use at first, so make sure to read the full guide through the link above to see how to use it if you join.
You can earn by taking surveys, readings news, calling and chatting, take paid offers, playing games, and you can get cashback for shopping online in quite a lot of shops in the Philippines.
There is not as such a payout threshold, but your earnings are on hold for 60 days, so it is not the fastest way to get your earnings but it has a lot of options to earn.
There you have it – a list of the best sites to do online paid surveys and other small online tasks if you live in the Philippines.
Remember to use some of the other earning methods on the sites as well. It can really boost your earnings, and it is a way to earn, even if you often do not qualify for the surveys. And also it is a good idea to join several sites as they all have different options and by joining more, you will get more earning opportunities.
I just want to finish by mentioning a few sites that are not on the list because I often get questions about whether they are available in the Philippines or not: So I just want to make it clear that Survey Junkie, PineCone Research, and InboxDollars are, unfortunately, NOT available in PH.
Many people have asked me this and I just wanted to make that clear – but as you can see on the list above, there are plenty of other really great survey and GPT sites in the Philippines so you do not have to worry if you have been trying to join those four sites as you can just join some of the many other great sites instead.
If you have any questions or any experiences with survey sites in the Philippines yourself or know of a site that you think is missing on the list, I would love to hear from you in a comment below.