The free Christmas challenge. How I'm funding my entire Christmas budget (over $700) online with survey sites.

Free Christmas 2016 Challenge: April Progress Update

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This is an update on my progress on my Free Christmas 2016 Challenge, where I attempt to earn enough money online to pay for my family’s entire Christmas budget. You can read more about it here.

The free Christmas challenge. How I'm funding my entire Christmas budget (over $700) online with survey sites.

April was much better than March as I attempted to get back on schedule. I was able to complete more surveys and take asvantage of some deals. For the first time since starting the challenge, I’m pretty confident I’ll be able to pay for our entire Christmas in giftcards.

YouGov: 18000 Points (+ 1,000)
SurveySavvy: $0 (+ $0 – cashed out $158 as a check)
I-Say: 886 points (+ 30)
Opinion Outpost: 55 points (+ 0)
MyPoints: 2706 points (+ 315)
MySurvey: 557 points (+ 30)
American Consumer Opinion Panel: 2375 points (+ 70)
Swagbucks: 1444 (+464)
Mintvine: 833 (+ 119)

All of the sites have a different point to dollar conversion, but I earned roughly around $31.98 during the month of April. At this point I don’t think I will make my original goal, but I I think combining with discount sites such as Snagshout (sign up to receive discounted or free products in exchange for an honest review) that we should be just fine.

Does this month’s earnings make you want to join my free Christmas challenge? Or maybe you only need to earn half of your budget to be comfortable? Let me know your goals and progress below!


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