Amazon.com, payment method.

United States
December 15, 2010 8:00pm CST
Was wondering what sites people use to get money into their Amazon.com account? I know their Micro Job site has instant payments, but with limited skills my earning their isn't what I want, so looking for some other sites. I use SwagBucks so I know they got Amazon money too. I've found a game site that pays only through Amazon, but it's taking a while to reach the payout there. Figured another site or two and I can start using Amazon as a regular place to have some online money to spend. So if you know of any sites please share.
5 responses
@Ruby_Dawn (617)
• Spokane, Washington
16 Dec 10
a good one to make some good easy money on fast that you can cash out to amazon is "paid the fastest" they have a five dollar cash out to amazon weekly and it is very easy to get five dollars there I have made over eight dollars a day there (oh and if you want to cash out to pay pal there its minimum cash out is a dollar and you can cash out to paypal daily)
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• United States
16 Dec 10
Thanks for the tip on the site, was aware of site. But not the fact it had the Amazon option. Thanks for sharing.
• Spokane, Washington
16 Dec 10
no problem :) if I think of any others I will let you know
• Spokane, Washington
24 Dec 10
don't know if you ever got my message but I found another site it is called Myinstantgpt it has Amazon AND Ebay payments :)
@aodoerfer (113)
• United States
16 Dec 10
Amazon's own money making site, mturk, is by far the best way to make money on Amazon in my opinion. Money you earn is deposited directly into an Amazon Payments account, and you can earn money pretty quickly. There's a good variety of stuff available for you to do, including surveys and writing jobs. Search for mturk forums so that you can get a tips on how to choose the right hits. So many of them are so easy to do.
• United States
16 Dec 10
I've already received some money from their Micro job site, instant payments is really nice. Thanks for tip on forum search on it, friend request sent if you got a personal link to some forums on the subject please send it my way,ty.
@peavey (16866)
• United States
16 Dec 10
Besides the ones already mentioned here, Gather has Amazon gc's. I use Gather, Mypoints and Swagbucks for the most part, and I had a good chunk of money waiting there to spend for Christmas. I will do better in the coming year. Also, if you have credit cards, Amazon has a VISA card that gives rewards at the rate of $25 for every $2500 spent on it. Not much, but if you pay anything regularly (internet access, phone bill, etc) you could just put that on the card and then pay it off each month and get your reward.
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@GardenGerty (103898)
• United States
16 Dec 10
I think you can redeem at MyPoints for Amazon. It does not add up very fast. I hope you find some other things that will help you out.
• United States
16 Dec 10
Used to have account there, was deactivated after 12mths of no activity. Seems pretty slow, but I will def look at it again. @shiroinooto Thanks for the tips about how you use the site, if I join I'll be sure to put them to use. That's not good you had to wait to claim a gift certificate, running out stock on prizes I can understand. But a gift card payment to an online retailer, makes me worry a little bit. But glad you did get it. Thanks for sharing.
@peavey (16866)
• United States
16 Dec 10
Nothing to worry about with Mypoints. They're one of the oldest and most stable rewards programs on the internet. When they run out of Amazon gc's, it's because they've had a run on them. Right here at Christmas, that's understandable. I was lucky and got a $25 Amazon gc from them before the rush. I have enough for another one, but they're out, so I will wait and might get %50 Walmart gc if they don't have Amazon by then. If you use the search bar and do the emails, points add up a lot faster. You get points for downloading the search bar and a few other things.
@asyria51 (2870)
• United States
22 Dec 10
I have cashed out each year for the last three with a 50.00 gift card. I usually get the walmart one because I can use it to get diapers, instead of the Amazon Gift card. They send the actual card instead of a code, at least from past experience.
@asyria51 (2870)
• United States
22 Dec 10
opinionoutpost.com has the ability to get gift card codes at any amount over 50 points, which is 5.00. rewardport.com you can answer surveys and emails. much like mypoint and just as slow if you are not willing to shop through the site. toluna.com offered amazon.com gift cards awhile ago, but am unsure if they still do. it is a mixture of opinions and surveys and quick polls. i usually cash out every other month through them at 25.oo each time.