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RewardsCentral Review

RewardsCentral (previously known as email cash) is one of the original survey sites you can earn points for clicking on emails, completing surveys, signing up for offers and shopping online.

RewardsCentral use to be a really good survey site, but now its probably one not really worth joining these days. Surveys at RewardsCentral are low paying and not that frequent so it takes a long time to earn 1100 points to cash out. Surveys normally pay about 80 points which is about 72 cents.

You can also earn bonus points by depositing your points into the eBank. You can also try your luck in the daily guessing game. Every day at 11:00am a number from 1 to 10,000 is drawn by the computer at random. Your aim is to guess what that number will be. If you guess correctly, you’ll win 2,000 points.

RewardsCentral also offers a Gold Membership which will cost $66 or 6600 points for 3 years, this gives you the benefits of only needing 1000 points for a redemption instead of 1100 points as well as 20% bonus on points earned for shopping as well as bonus interest in the GoldBank. I do not think its worth the price.

RewardsCentral Fast Facts

Open to Australians 14 years of age and over

Refer a Friend: Earn 1 Competition entry for each friend that signs up

Payout: Direct Debit, e-Gift Cards, Charity Donations

Non Qualify: 2-20points and/or competition entries

Minimum Payout: 1100 ($10) Points eGift Card

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10 Comments
  1. Rospat permalink

    Slow but reliable and genuine. Usually I get at least $60 a year,and that’s even with being away for a month each year and not logging on. Don’t buy anything on the site unless you have to – just log on and collect as many free points as possible.

  2. Bronte permalink

    does this website deposit money into your bank like Pure Profile?

    • Hi Bronte,
      RewardsCentral does deposit money into your bank account, but you need to earn 300 points = $30 for a bank deposit and it takes 4-8 weeks, so i do not recommended this payout option as you can get a $10 E-Voucher instantly for 1100 points which i think is a better option.

  3. Danny permalink

    Has anyone tried Swagbucks.com.au?

  4. Stina permalink

    I found Rewards Central has gone downhill a lot. It takes way too long to get required points amount for $30 cash out. If you bought online a lot then yeah it would be ok but all the web clicks and quick surveys are all but gone. No where near as good as it used to be.

    • Hi Stina,
      I agree Rewards Central has gone down hill over the last few years, with the online shopping the points you can earn are less for most stores than what you would get if you used a cashback site like Shopback or Cashrewards. I only stick with RewardsCentral as although they don’t send me many surveys, most of the surveys they do send I qualify for, it’s always been a slow but consistent site for me, which I get a few payouts each year.

  5. shirley kim permalink

    Takes way too long for points to be added to your account and its all about getting junk mail and them wanting you to buy stuff. Not a real survey company in my opinion. Since signing on with them my junk mail has sky rocketed

    • Hi shirley kim,
      I have always got points credit right away when doing surveys at RewardsCentral, yes RewardsCentral does more than surveys and do send you offers to your email, but you earn points for clicking on those emails, you are under no obligation to sign up to the offers they send you, but if you do you may see a increase in junk mail.

  6. Frank Summers permalink

    I think RewardsCentral may be having “issues”.
    I have not had a link to any Survey since 09 March that has earned me any points.
    I have 12 Claims for points un-paid.
    I have 5 of those claims that have waited in excess of the 60 days wait-time.
    Is the site fading away ?
    Regards, Frank

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