Top 6 Online Surveys in Ireland: Earn Extra Money from Home

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By taking paid surveys, Ireland residents can have fun online and earn some extra money
One of the best ways to make money online in Ireland is by taking surveys for money.

Taking surveys to make money is something anyone with internet access and a few spare minutes a day can do.

We spend a lot of time in Ireland, so taking Irish surveys online helps give us a few extra euro to fund our visits.

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In my opinion, IrishOpinions and Swagbucks are the top paid surveys Ireland has to offer. Keep scrolling to learn about more options.

When some friends asked about the best ways to make extra money from Ireland, I told them they should definitely check out the online surveys Ireland has to offer.

While you won’t get rich taking paid surveys, you can earn a few extra euro (or US dollars – some international surveys pay in USD) while you’re at home or waiting for an appointment.

So without further ado, here is my list (from my own experience and research) of the top surveys to make money in Ireland.

The Best Surveys for Money in Ireland

1. IrishOpinions

Irish Opinions is the Irish arm of the worldwide online survey company, Valued Opinions.

Owned by ResearchNow, IrishOpinions is the most reliable online survey site in Ireland according to reviews.

You can earn up to €5 per survey and cash out for vouchers from Tesco, Easons, Boots, Debenhams, T.K. Maxx and more.

I love that you can get Tesco vouchers, as I try to use my survey earnings to save money on essentials, so this really helps the budget.

Click to join IrishOpinions now

2. Red C Live

Red C Live is the online survey platform for Red C Research, a research firm based in Dublin. They promise you’ll earn €1 for every 5 minutes of your time.

The minimum payout amount is €50, so you’ll have to earn 50 points before you are paid your reward.

This is quite a high threshold compared to other survey companies who allow you to cash out with a lesser amount, but the payout is higher than most, so it’s definitely worth the effort if you have the time to put into it.

Click to join RedC Live now

3. Swagbucks

Whilst Swagbucks Ireland isn’t a direct survey site, it does offer surveys frequently.

There are myriad other ways to earn points (called SB) on Swagbucks in Ireland including watching videos, playing games and using the Swagbucks search engine.

I have a more detailed Swagbucks review here or click the button to join now (and get a fiver for free when you sign up).

Click to join Swagbucks now

4. Lifepoints Ireland

Lifepoints is another international survey site with a presence in Ireland. The best thing about Lifepoints is the sheer size of the company. A merger of MySurvey and Global Test Market means this mammoth survey site has a lot of surveys on offer.

Lifepoints has a presence in almost every country in the world and are trusted by big corporations to gather the data they need.

For you, this means lots of survey opportunities.

Lifepoints has a rewards catalogue, so you can choose items from the catalogue, or choose to redeem vouchers from or even to cash out with Paypal.

Click to join LifePoints now

5. OpinionWorld Ireland

Opinion World Ireland is a part of the worldwide Opinion World network, owned by Survey Sampling International (who also own Irish Opinions).

Taking surveys with OpinionWorld will earn you points which you can exchange for vouchers from Amazon UK, Argos, Debenhams and more.

A nice extra touch is that OpinionWorld makes a donation to charity after every paid survey you take. This does not affect your points balance at all.

Click to join Opinion World now

6. Toluna

Toluna offers another option for those wanting to take surveys for money in Ireland.

Slightly different from other offerings, Toluna lets users interact as a community, take polls, ask and answer questions as well as take online surveys.

You can sign up for Toluna with your Facebook account as well.

Click to join Toluna now

Quick tips for survey success:

Sign up for more than one survey company

In order to earn money from surveys, it’s definitely worth signing up for a few online survey sites – (start with IrishOpinions and Swagbucks). That way, you’ll have more surveys to choose from.

Open a dedicated email account

I’ve mentioned about that some paid survey sites in Ireland allow you to log in with Facebook which definitely makes the process easier, however, I really do recommend you open an entirely new email account just for paid surveys.

Why? Well, the number of emails can become overwhelming, especially if you register with multiple survey sites.

Having a dedicated survey email account means you can check your email when you have the time to complete a survey and do it at your own pace.

Otherwise, the constant notifications might drive you bonkers.

Complete your profile

Fill in your profile with as much detail as possible.

A complete profile is worth more to a market research firm than a vague name and email address, and will likely see you offered more surveys.

It takes some time, but if you can earn a couple of hundred euro a year completing surveys, it’s worth it.

Lastly, remember taking surveys isn’t a way to replace your income, but it can definitely supplement it.

Sign up for a few of the online surveys for money Ireland has available to maximise your chances of success.

If you’re interested in other ways of making money online, click here for more ideas.



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2 thoughts on “Top 6 Online Surveys in Ireland: Earn Extra Money from Home”

  1. Hi Emma, I just came across your site and was reading with interest until I saw your Best Surveys For Money in Ireland entry. You have listed IrishOpinions and MySurvey in your top five, and having done some research about both of these sites, I was disappointed to read many negative reviews. Your style of communication comes across as fresh and honest but I now feel confused by the polarity of your positivity and the experience of others?
    Kind regards,

    • Hi Anne, thanks for your message. I’ve only had good experiences with those two companies, but you need to feel comfortable with them yourself. I only do surveys for a few bob extra for shopping or Christmas presents, and only when I have the time. If I was spending hours per day taking surveys there may well be more issues, but in my experience, these pay on time and are reliable.

      Red C is also a good one to try if you’re looking for a more local option (they are based in Dublin). It may give you more peace of mind to be able to contact them directly if you have an issue.

      If you’re looking to make real money online, there are more profitable things to be doing (virtual assistant, freelancing etc, there are more ideas in this post: Ways to make money online) but surveys are something anyone can do and as a personal finance blogger I share all the things I do, not just the ones that make big money.

      Your message has made me think I need to be clearer in expressing that this is just my opinion based on my experience and research. As far as I’m aware, there is no actual rating system of survey companies in Ireland. Thanks for that!


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