How are the opportunities to earn on paid surveys in Denmark?
You actually have quite a lot of survey sites you can join if you live in Denmark. Many of them are, however, not worth joining. I have spent a lot of time joining and testing sites to find the best.
The challenge is that there are many sites you can join, but they are not really Danish survey sites. You are just allowed to join them from Denmark, but the amount of opportunities are limited.
However, there are luckily also a good amount of survey sites with good opportunities in Denmark. So if you are interested in making some extra cash this way, it is definitely possible. The sites on the list below will give you a great start and are all worth joining.
Remember that paid surveys are a great way to make some extra money on the side, but it will not make you rich. I always make sure to mention this to manage expectations, so you will enjoy the opportunity, and not do it with wrong expectations.
If you are looking to earn a full-time income online, paid surveys is not a way. Surveys are easy to get started with, totally free, and you can start earning right away but you need to do it with the right expectations.
How to earn the most?
To increase your chances of earning by taking paid surveys in Denmark, it is a good idea to join several sites.
For a start, it is great to join 6-8 sites. This will give you a good amount of opportunities, but you will still have time to get to know all the options on each site.
Also, be aware that some of the sites on the list below offer additional ways to earn and not only paid surveys. These sites are often known as GPT sites (get-paid-to). You can, for example, find online offers, participate in contests, get cash back when shopping online, watch videos, download apps, do social media tasks, and more.
Using some of these other earning methods can be a great way to boost your earnings. So make sure to also try some of the other earning options on the sites that offer them.
15 best survey sites in Denmark
The list below is not a complete list of all the survey sites available in Denmark. It is a list of the sites, I have found to be the best after testing a lot. No need to put sites on the list that are just a waste of time, so I have focused on quality instead of quantity.
Make sure to also bookmark this page as the list will regularly be updated, as I test new sites. So come back regularly and check for new opportunities.
#1 - Toluna Influencers Denmark:
Payout methods: PayPal, big selection of gift cards Payout threshold: 50 DKK More information:Read full Toluna review
Short summary: Toluna has its own specific survey panel for Denmark in Danish. It is very user-friendly and easy to use.
You have to log in to the panel to see what surveys are available, and usually, there is at least a couple of surveys per day. They pay decent in relation to the time spent compared to other survey sites, and in my experience, I qualify more often here than on many other survey sites.
In addition to earning by taking surveys, you can also earn a little extra by creating content for the platform and interacting with the other members, and Toluna regularly runs free contests you can participate in as well. The payout methods are great, as you can get paid through PayPal, already when you have earned 50 DKK, or you can choose between many gift cards.
Short summary: YouGov is a great survey site for Denmark, and it has its own panel in Danish with relevant and interesting surveys.
A fun thing about YouGov is that you on the website can see the results of the surveys they have conducted and see how these results have been quoted by the media. It is great to be able to see how your opinion is directly affecting the debate in society like this.
You can join YouGov in Denmark as long as you are at least 18 years old. You can only get paid in gift cards to sendentanke.dk – but this gift card can be used to both supermarkets, restaurants, cinema, spas, and more, so it is as good as cash.
Short summary: LifePoints Panel is a fairly new survey panel but it can definitely be worth joining if you are looking for a way to make money by taking online surveys in Denmark.
It is very easy to use. You just sign up and then you will start receiving survey invitations via email. You will receive a decent number of surveys and usually about inetersting and relevant topics so it is a great way to have your opinion heard and get paid at the same time.
when you can get your earnigns out depends what reward you choose. The gift cards starts at around 50 DKK and you can get cards for, for example, Imerco and IKEA. You can also get paid in cash through PayPal. Usually the payout trheshold for this is 100 DKK.
Short summary: PrizeRebel is not only a survey site but what is called a GPT site (get-paid-to), as it has many ways to earn. It is an international site, but you can join from Denmark, and it has a decent amount of opportunities here.
If you join, make sure to not only check the survey section but also the offer wall, as there are sometimes some great offers that can really boost your earnings.
You can also earn by inviting friends, it runs many free contests, you can regularly find promo codes that can give you free points, and the more active you are the more benefits and bonuses you get. A site with great opportunities and that is at the same time easy to use.
Short summary: ySense (formerly ClixSense) is an international survey site, but you can also join from Denmark, and it has pretty good opportunities here.
You will find several available surveys every day, and in addition to this you can earn by taking online offers, doing Figure Eight tasks, by inviting friends to join, and you get a daily bonus if you have a certain activity.
It can take a bit more patience to find the surveys you qualify for on ySense, but there are many, and after a while, you know how to find them the easiest way. Even though you join from Denmark, you will get paid in dollars. It has several payout methods that make it easy to get the money out on cash.
Short summary: OpinionWorld has its own survey panel for Denmark – here it is called OpinionsLand. It is very easy to use and has a good amount of paid surveys.
I have used and been paid by it several times myself but the only disadvantage I have experienced is very poor customer service. So as long as everything is fine it is a good panel, but do not expect much help if you should end up getting technical problems.
If you can live with this, it has good payout methods and you can get your money out already when you have earned around $5 depending on your chosen payout method.
Short summary: GrabPoints is a very user-friendly GPT site that offers several differnt ways to make money online in Denmark for free.
You can take paid surveys, watch videos, take offers, download apps, invites friends, and more. The great thing about GrabPoints is that it gives quite hogh rewards for especially the surveys compared to some other survey sites so you get good value for your time here.
You can get your earnings out in cash through PayPal already when you have earned $3 which will not take you long. You can also choose to get paid in gift cards. The payout threshold for some of these is a bit higher but it depends on the specific gift card you choose.
Short summary: Mobrog is a pure survey site, meaning that it only offers surveys as a way to earn. It is very easy to use and gives a decent amount of surveys.
It has a specific Danish survey panel, you can sign up for if you live here. Once you have signed up, you will receive email invites for available surveys, so all you have to do is to click the links in those mails to take the surveys.
Sometimes it can be a bit challenging to find the surveys you qualify for at Mobrog, but if you click the link not too long after you receive the invitation, there are good chances. You can get paid in cash through PayPal or Skrill, and it has a great low payout threshold of only 40 DKK.
Short summary: Surveytime is probably one of the simplest survey sites you can join in Denmark. You just have to be aware that you have to take a profile survey during the sign-up process.
After this, you will get to a list of available surveys. You will not qualify for all of them, but Surveytime has a good amount of surveys for Denmark and new ones are regularly added.
What makes Surveytime so simple is that you get $1 for all surveys – no matter how long the survey takes. So if you choose the short ones, it is good value for your time. Right after completing a survey, you get paid directly into your PayPal account.
Short summary: Surveyeah has a specific survey panel for Denmark in Danish which makes it very user-friendly.
It is, however, not a survey site where you will find a lot of available surveys. But it is easy to use and you can just sign up and then you will receive survey invitations once in a while, so it does not take much effort to be a part if.
You can get paid through PayPal when you have earned 80 DKK or Amazon gift cards when you have earned 160 DKK.
Short summary: Superpay.me is available in most countries, and you can also join it from Denmark. It has many daily opportunities to earn, and in addition to taking surveys, you can also earn by clicking ads, watching videos, taking offers, and participate in their free contests.
Superpay.me is not the most user-friendly survey site, and it can take a little time to learn how to navigate it properly and find the surveys you qualify for. But with a bit of patience, it is a site with many opportunities.
It has one of the lowest payout thresholds, as you can get a payout already when you have earned $1, and you can get paid through PayPal, Skrill, Bitcoin, and Amazon gift cards. In Denmark, the Amazon gift cards are not so relevant, as it is for .com, but luckily the other payout methods are also great.
Short summary: SurveyRewardz is what is called a survey router so once you have signed up, it will scan for available surveys in Denmark. If you end up not qualifying, it will scan for the next one.
This means that it has a good amount of surveys, but it can sometimes also take a bit of patience to find the ones you qualify for.
You can get paid already when you have earned $1. In addition to getting paid through PayPal, you can also get paid by check. This does, however, not make much sense as most banks in Denmark will not accept international checks. So better to stick with the PayPal option.
Payout methods: Gift cards, products, entries into a lottery Payout threshold: Depends on reward More information:Read full M3 Panel review
Short summary: M3 Panel is a survey site only for the Nordic countries including Denmark.
It has a good amount of available surveys, and it is easy to use. You will receive emails with survey invitations after you join. The only way to earn on M3 Panel is by taking surveys.
When you take surveys you earn points, and these points can be exchanged into a number of different rewards. You can use the points for gift cards for many things including for supermarkets, you can get products, or you can use your points for entries into their own lottery with the chance of winning big prizes.
Payout methods: PayPal, gift cards, charity donations Payout threshold: 40 DKK More information:Read full Triaba review
Short summary: Triaba is a very simple and easy-to-use survey site with a specific survey panel for Denmark.
It is easy to use, as all you have to do is to sign up, and you will then receive email invitations for available surveys. It does however not offer as many opportunities as most other sites on this list, but it can still be worth joining as an extra site, as it does not take much extra time.
You can see before taking a survey how much you will earn in Danish kroner, and you can see the money in your account shortly after finishing a survey. You can get paid through PayPal, gift cards, or you can donate to charities. The payout threshold is 40 DKK for PayPal and donations, whereas it is 100 DKK for gift cards.