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The Get-Paid-To Search Engine - US Edition

Easily compare rewards from GPT sites

This page features the USA edition of the Scrimpr Get-Paid-To search engine. If you are in the United Kingdom, you should check out our original UK version.

Get-paid-to websites, also known as GPT sites, are a popular way to earn money online. These websites pay users cash for completing various tasks and activities. For example, users can answer surveys, watch videos, play games, and more. But with so many GPT sites available, it can be a pain to determine which site to use for a specific offer.

I used to search all of the sites to find the highest payout every time I found a game I wanted to play for cash. It was painful. So I built the GPT search engine. It shows which sites and which offerwalls pay the most for almost all GPT offers. May it help you make more beermoney.

PS – There are over 6500 offers on the GPT sites combined. To make the table load better, we have limited it to display offers that pay at least £2.

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How the GPT search engine works

Behind the GPT search engine is a very large spreadsheet that contains all of the details of current offers on the 8 of the most popular get-paid-to websites. It automatically gets data from:

The GPT search engine also gets data from the most common offerwalls on each site (AdGate, Adgem, Adscend, AyeT, Lootably, MM Wall, OfferToro, RevU).

Dollars versus Points

Many sites use point systems as a way to reward users for completing tasks or participating in surveys. These point systems allow users to accumulate points that can be exchanged for rewards, such as cash or gift cards.

The specific point systems used by these sites varies. Some sites may use a simple system where one point equals one pence (e.g. Inbox Pounds, ySense and Swagbucks), while others may use a more complex system where the value of points can vary depending on the type of task or survey completed. To make it even more complicated, on some sites one point equals one US penny. 

Some sites also have minimum thresholds for redeeming points, while others may charge a small fee for withdrawing via a specific method. For example, Freecash charges a 5% fee if you want to withdraw via PayPal.

To make a fair comparison, the Scrimpr seach engine automatically converts these points and displays the equivalent in US Dollars (USD)

The best way to withdraw fee-free is usually via gift vouchers or cryptocurrency. But many users want cash to their bank/PayPal account. If you prefer this option, beware that the sites charge the following PayPal withdrawal fees:

  • Earnably – 0% (fee-free)
  • Freecash – 5%
  • Gain.gg – 4%
  • Grabpoints – Small fixed fee
  • RewardXP – 0% (fee-free)
  • Swagbucks/ySense – 0% (fee-free)
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