What is up, my peoples? Are you up for another survey site review? I’ve got a hot one for you – Creation Rewards. Most survey sites usually look pretty plain, or downright shady. Creation Rewards caught my eye some time ago and I’ve been earning through the site ever since.
If you’ve been wondering whether Creation Rewards is legit, read on and check out my Creation Rewards review!
Creation Rewards: First impressions
Creations Rewards is an OG in the survey site industry - they’ve been around for over 18 years! That’s like forever in internet years. Pretty reassuring to know they’ve been around for this long. See, scam sites don’t hang around for very long. Or if they do, it’s under a succession of monikers designed to mislead the people they’ve scammed. Creations Rewards looks pretty legit.
Many survey sites are operated by larger market research companies. I couldn’t find any info on who owns Creations Rewards, beyond a single person - Christopher Basista, from New Jersey. Well, if you’re reading this, Christopher Basista from New Jersey, please accept this imaginary can of beer.
The Creations Rewards website looks pretty ace. The design is good, and it has extensive information about all its programs and earning methods. This site ain’t shy about telling you how you can earn through it.
My Hot Take: An excellent first impression. When I first came across this site, I couldn’t wait to try it. So what was my actual experience like? Read on!
How to Earn on Creation Rewards
Oh, man. This is the kind of survey site I like. Creation Rewards claim that you’ll always have something to do here, and I’m inclined to believe.
The site has lots of ways to earn - completing surveys is just the tip of the iceberg here. Most of these earning methods are what you would call micro-tasks: that is, they’re simple tasks, most of which you could do online. Here are the major ones:
Completing Surveys - This method is the one that’ll be most familiar to us all. You complete surveys, and earn points in return. You can then redeem these points as cash or as a gift card.
Watching Videos - This is another familiar method. Simply watch whatever video is being promoted and get points as a result.
Exploring Websites - This isn’t as common as the rest, but I’ve encountered this before. When you visit a promoted site, you will also get points in return.
Shopping online for cash back bonuses - Cash back bonuses are basically rebates. Shop in any of Creation Rewards’ partner shops, and get a rebate. (You may have to scan and present your receipt to prove your purchased from the store) Here’s a complete list of the shops:
- Best Buy
- Dunkin Donuts Shop
- Freeze Defense
- Office Depot and OfficeMax
- Payless Shoesource
- Sam’s Club
- PETCO Animal Supplies
- Pier 1 Imports
- Vitamin Shoppe
- Personal Creations
- Boscov’s Department Store
- Choice Hotels
Referring Friends and Family - They also have a referral program, something all self-respecting survey sites should have. Here, you will earn 10% of their earned “revenue” points for life! There’s no multi-tier earning here, but lifetime earnings from referrals is still a pretty big deal!
Take note, though you will be earning from their regular points - bonus points they earn don’t count.
Get a Sign-Up Bonus - You’ll get a cool $5 bonus when you register on Creation Rewards. There’s some fine print with that, though: you’ll get your bonus after you’ve earned your first 5,000 points, and it has to be within the first 60 days of you registering.
My Hot Take: Man, these are all awesome earning methods! I like their promise that you’ll always have something to do on this site. And it’s true. If you don’t qualify for any surveys, you can try watching videos, visiting sites, or any of the other earning methods they have. The earning program of
Creation Rewards is top-notch.
Earning Potential on Creation Rewards
Surveys pay around 50 to 200 points, depending on the length and complexity of the survey. If you complete three in a single day, you’ll get 125 points bonus points. Videos pay around
Videos pay around 1 to 5 points. Visiting sites also pays 1 to 5 points.
1,000 points is worth five dollars, so keep that in mind when mentally calculating your earnings. Your earnings will depend on the amount of time and effort you put into completing tasks. So don’t slack off!
My Hot Take: Earning potential for surveys is pretty good, especially with the bonus. Videos and visiting sites is just okay. But the great part is that the site doesn’t run out of tasks. No idle time here!
Payout Options on Creation Rewards
There’s a 1,000 point ($5) minimum payout on Creation Rewards. You can redeem your earnings as cash (which is deposited via PayPal) or as a gift card - they’ve got lots of gift card options.
It takes a long time to get your earnings, though. For gift cards, it can take eight to twelve weeks. For PayPal, it takes even longer (but the site claims to be working on speeding-up its turn-around times for that).
My Hot Take: Man, those waiting times are a bit of a letdown. I don’t want to wait up to three months - and more - for my earnings. Especially if other sites offer faster processing times.
How to Join Creation Rewards
Residents of Canada and the United States ages 13 and up can join Creation Rewards. To register, simply visit their site. The registration form is built into their homepage. Here’s the link for ya:
The Verdict: Legit or Scam?
Creation Rewards is legit! They’ve got great money-making methods, and you can earn a decent amount from each one. The only downside is that processing takes way too long. But hey, good things come to those who wait. I still heartily recommend this site!
Creations Rewards Screenshots
So that’s my Creation Rewards review. Now it’s your turn to share! Have you tried the site? How did you find it?
Let’s hear your stories!