I have to be honest, I’ve just come to this site recently. It’s called InstaGC and I’m still learning. It’s not too much different than the other point earning sites, but it does take a little adjustment period to get use to it, and learn the various ways to earn the fastest, and most passive, points possible.
Here’s what I’ve learned earns the points the fastest in the few weeks I’ve played on the site, and earned while playing, of course:
- Watch Videos: I can’t stress this enough. Videos are always the fastest, and easiest ways to earn points on various sites. This site is no different. You receive for each video you watch.
- Complete Zip Submits: you just submit your zip code, and you have points. Normally you’ll find them in the Super Rewards Offer Wall. You can earn anywhere from 6-10 points doing this, per zip code submit.
- Refer: Best way to passively earn points is to have other people earning with you! When a new member signs up under your referral, you get 10 points AND 10% of all of their future earnings. So obviously, I would love for you to sign up with InstaGC using my referral link by clicking here.
- Paid to Click: basically, there’s a list of offers on this particular page, you click on the Go To Offer button, visit the offer and follow instructions (normally it’s just clicking on the Go To Offer button, but sometimes you have to click on something on the offer’s page.) The offer will open up in a new window, once you’ve done that, go back to the InstaGC website, see what the instructions are before you submit, do what it asks, and click submit. The points won’t always show up immediately, but they will show up. Just check the next day to make sure they are there.
It takes 100 points to earn $1. There are a lot of cards to choose from, including Target. No waiting for the gift card, just get it instantly. It’s pretty cool for that reason alone, just trying to figure out the truly great ways to earn without investing too much of my time into the site. Which is always the ultimate goal, to do everything possible not to be all “extreme” about it.
If you’ve been using it, tips are always welcome and appreciated!