How are the opportunities for paid surveys in Norway?
The main thing you need to consider when choosing a survey site to join is its earning potential and how user-friendly it is.
Ideally, you will want to join a survey site that has plenty of surveys you can answer and that is easy to use. When that happens, it will automatically translate into more earnings.
But how good are the opportunities for paid surveys, in general, in Norway? The short answer is, pretty good.
There are big and popular survey sites available globally. You will be able to sign up as a member anywhere in the world, including in Norway. There are also great sites that have specific survey panels for people who live in Norway. So, you've got a lot of options.
Just remember though that what you can earn from these sites won't really come close to what you can make from a full-time online job.
So, don't go in thinking you will get rich by taking surveys. It's important to set the proper expectations so you won't get disappointed.
One thing I can say though is, great survey sites will always allow you to earn a decent amount of money on the side – and you can get started right away and it is complete free. Plus, if you like your opinion to be heard, joining a survey site is a good way to do that.
How to earn the most?
The best way to maximize your earnings from these kinds of sites is to join multiple sites. That's because the sites offer different opportunities so joining more will give access to more options.
Also, there are sites that offer other ways to earn aside from online surveys. These sites are called GPT (Get-Paid-To) sites.
These GPT sites will allow you to earn by signing up for free trials, participating in contests, downloading apps, doing online micro-tasks, clicking ads, watching videos, get cashback when shopping online, and more.
So make sure to use some of these other earning methods as well as it can really boost your earnings.
This list will include both survey and GPT sites. And, I suggest you join around 5-7 sites if you are new to these types of sites because this is the perfect number, in my opinion, that will give you enough opportunities to be able to earn a decent amount of money and still have the time to get to know all they have to offer.
Once you get used to the work needed for these sites, you can then join more if you feel like you can handle more workload.
15 top survey sites for Norway
So, let's go ahead and take a look at the best survey and GPT sites if you want to make some extra money online in Norway.
It is not a complete list of all the sites that are available but instead, a list focused on quality and only sites worth joining are on it.
I will update this list regularly so make sure to bookmark this page and come back and check for new opportunities once in a while.
Short summary: YouGov is one of the best survey sites you can join to earn rewards and it has its own panel for Norway. That’s because it’s easy to join and it has a user-friendly site.
The downside is, the only way you earn from this site is by completing survey offers. However, it has a mobile app you can download so you can work on the survey offers even when you are not in front of the computer. So, that kind of offsets its limitation.
Not a lot of survey sites offer this kind of convenience. So, it’s best to take advantage of it, in my opinion. And best of all, it offers a good amount of available surveys, which is what you are really looking for.
Short summary: Toluna Influencers is another good survey site to join mainly because it has a user-friendly site. Plus, it has a platform just for Norwegians.
Although Toluna Influencers is a survey site, it does offer other ways to earn by participating in free contests and create content other members can interact with. So, there’s an added layer of earning potential to this site.
The good thing is, you only need to accumulate $10 to start withdrawing your earnings. You can choose to withdraw it via PayPal or convert it to gift cards. Just bear in mind that the payout processing can be a bit slow though. So, be patient.
All in all, the ease-of-use and relatively low payout threshold are what make Toluna an ideal choice.
Short summary: Ipsos i-Say has its own survey panel for Norway and it is quite easy to use. Sometimes it can take patience to find the surveys you qualify for but you can easily keep an eye on new surveys through the Ipsos i-Say app so it does not take much extra effort to be a member.
In addition to taking paid surveys, you can also sometimes participate in free contests and earn bonuses through their loyalty program the more surveys you take.
You can get your earnings out once you have earned 50 NOK
Short summary: OpinionWorld is a notable survey site to join mainly because it has a low payout threshold. Since it is a survey site, expect to earn by answering surveys. In Norway the panel is actually called MeningsTorget but the international site is OpinionWorld.
What makes it a good site to join, in my opinion, is that earning is not really complicated. You just log in and answer surveys.
Plus, you can withdraw your earnings via PayPal or convert it to gift cards once you’ve accumulated points worth $5. That’s a low threshold, which makes it quicker to start receiving money.
In my opinion, joining OpinionWorld/MeningsTorget can also be a decent secondary site to join to contribute to the earnings you can get from the other survey sites on this list.
Short summary: Here’s where the list starts to deviate a bit because PrizeRebel is a GPT site and in terms of popularity, it is among the leaders. PrizeRebel is famous for the variety of earning opportunities it offers. Plus, it also has quite a lot of options to make some extra money online in Norway.
This will equal good earning potential because as you know, the more opportunities are available, the more money you will be able to earn. This is what makes PrizeRebel a great choice.
Plus, it has a huge catalog of gift cards you can redeem as rewards as well as PayPal. And since it has a low payout threshold, you will be able to earn quickly and easily. All these features make it the ideal site to earn a bit of extra cash.
Payout methods: PayPal, gift cards Payout threshold: $10 for PayPal and $5 for gift cards More information:Read full ySense review
Short summary: ySense is another GPT site just like PrizeRebel. It used to be called ClixSense but has since rebranded. After the change in name, it rolled out its new payment methods which include PayPal, which is the most convenient option, in my opinion.
If you want to withdraw your earnings via PayPal, it has a relatively low payout threshold of $10. But if you prefer a faster way to receive rewards, you can redeem gift cards instead because it will only need $5.
What’s good about ySense is it offers plenty of earning opportunities. It’s not as many as what PrizeRebel offers, but it is more than enough. Plus, you will receive a daily bonus, which will greatly help in reaching the threshold.
Short summary: Surveyeah is another user-friendly survey site you can join with a platform for Norwegians. As you can see, ease-of-use also factors heavily in the sites I’ve included in this list. That’s because it’s what affects the overall user-experience.
Surveyeah doesn’t really offer as many surveys as the other sites on this list, but it can be a good secondary site to join because as mentioned, it doesn’t take a lot of effort to earn.
It also has a relatively low payout threshold of 80 NOK, which you can withdraw conveniently via PayPal or convert it to Amazon gift cards instead. Those are the main strengths of this survey site.
Short summary: Last on our list is Triaba. It is a user-friendly site and what makes Triaba appealing is, you won’t have a hard time earning rewards.
What many people do not know is that the panel is actually owned by a Norwegian even though it is available in many countries.
The downside is, it doesn’t have a lot of surveys available all the time. But I can say that it is a safe and solid site that always pays out without any problems. That is if you have earned enough.
And speaking of earning enough, their payout threshold is $10. That means you can withdraw your earnings via PayPal once you’ve reached $10 in your account. You also have the choice to get gift cards instead.
Short summary: The best thing about Surveytime is its payout threshold. As you can see, it is among the fastest paying survey sites in Norway. This means you will practically be able to withdraw your earnings every time you complete a survey.
That’s because every survey you successfully complete will earn you $1 regardless of how long it takes to complete. And best of all, you will be paid automatically via PayPal as soon as you complete a survey.
So, once you’ve set up your account, all you have to do is answer surveys. The site does the rest.
Short summary: Univox Community is an easy-to-use survey site and it also has an app so if you want to earn a bit of money on the go in Norway, this is a great option.
Sometimes you can also earn by doing other small tasks and the more active you are, the higher membership level you get which will give you several benefits. One of the benefits will be a lower payout threshold.
When you first join you have to earn $25 to cash out but when you get a higher membership level, the threshold will be lowered to $10. You will also get a $2 joining bonus just for signing up.
Short summary: The strength of Mobrog is that it is a site that isn’t very complicated and doesn’t require much effort to earn. It’s user-friendliness and low payout threshold makes it a popular choice for people who want to earn online.
Once you become a panelist of this survey site, all you have to do is wait for the survey invitations. It can sometimes take a bit of patience to get surveys you qualify for but once you do, you almost always get rewarded with an amount that is close to the threshold.
As stated above, it has a low payout threshold of $6.25. Plus, you have the choice to withdraw your earnings conveniently via PayPal or Skrill.
Short summary: FeaturePoints is another GPT site you can join if you live in Norway and it also has an app so you can earn on the go. Expect to earn in several ways since it’s a GPT site. You can answer surveys, do paid offers, watch videos, participate in free contests, download apps, and more.
What makes it a good choice is it will only require you to accumulate $3 in your account to start withdrawing your earnings. And you have the option to withdraw it via PayPal or Bitcoin. You can also choose to redeem gift cards instead.
Overall, it is a good site to join because of the several earning opportunities offered and the low payout threshold.
Payout methods: Bank transfer, Bitcoin, AirTM, Neteller, Skrill, Payeer Payout threshold: $10 More information:Read full TimeBucks review
Short summary: If you prefer to withdraw your earnings directly to your bank account, TimeBucks is one of the GPT sites that will allow you to do that. Not a lot of GPT sites offer this, so it’s quite unique.
It is also unique from other GPT sites because it offers some earning methods that are not found on other sites. Although some of the earning opportunities do not give high rewards, you can still earn a decent amount overall.
You can earn by taking surveys, watching online slideshows, using Instagram, watching videos, following people on social media, taking paid offers, get free cash once per hour, and more.
Plus, it has a good referral program, in my opinion, because it really incentivizes you for inviting friends to join the platform.
Short summary: As you can see, the most glaring feature of Green Panthera is its high payout threshold of $30. But reaching that threshold won’t be as hard as you think because it is a GPT site. That means it has plenty of earning opportunities offered.
You can earn by answering surveys, completing paid offers, and even when you are doing online shopping. But you do still need a bit of patience because their surveys don’t pay as much as you would hope for and it can take some patience to find the ones you qualify for.
Overall though, Green Panthera is a good GPT site to join because it offers a convenient way of withdrawing your earnings, which is through PayPal. Plus, you get a $5 bonus just for signing up, which is a great start, in my opinion.
Short summary: Just like Toluna, LifePoints Panel is also another good survey panel to join. And just like Toluna, it has an exclusive panel for Norwegians. So, expect to earn by answering surveys and by joining contests. That’s what makes it a good choice. Earning is not really complicated.
You can withdraw your earnings via PayPal or convert it to gift cards. It does have a relatively high threshold if you wish to get paid via PayPal ($15). But, that $15 threshold won’t be that hard to reach because it pays relatively well.
In my opinion, joining LifePoints Panel can be a decent supplement to the earnings you can get from other survey sites.
That about wraps up our list. These are the best and legit sites you can join if you live in Norway. And remember, it won’t cost you a thing to join these sites because they are all free to join.
And as I’ve said, joining around 5-7 sites will get you the most out of your time. This is the perfect number to work with at the start in order to maximize your earnings without getting too overwhelmed by the work you need to do.
The list will regularly be updated so make sure to bookmark this page and come back and check for new opportunities once in a while.
If you have any comments, questions, or have any experiences with survey sites in Norway, or sites you think belong on this list, I would love to hear from you in a comment below.