Sunshine Reward ?'s

Discussion in 'Disney Rewards Programs' started by CajunDixie, Aug 23, 2007.

  1. CajunDixie

    CajunDixie <font color=purple>"Carpe diem, quam minimum credu

    Nov 18, 1999
    Can an SR member tell me how time consuming SR is on a daily basis?
    And post a list of current rewards (other than PayPal and Disney).

    Thanks :wave2:
  2. M 'n C

    M 'n C DIS Veteran

    Jul 16, 2006
    Sorry I am running out otherwise I'd be more detailed.

    basically its as time consuming as you want it to be. I spend 30 mins a day on there and I'm up to $330 since last July (this included time off due to not thinking ahead for next trip). There was a thread on their forum that was similar if you want to go check out the threads there.

    current rewards include: walmart, amazon, blockbuster, chili's, landry restaurants, darden group restaurants, gas gift cards, gap, footlocker, gift, target, sephora, other restaurants. There's a bunch but I just can't list them all right now.
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  4. Wilsonfamily4

    Wilsonfamily4 DIS Veteran

    Aug 29, 2006
    I have made about $450.00 at SR since last September. So not quite a year. I do as much as I want. Some days I spend a lot some days I do nothing. I also go through spells where I really hit them hard and then spells like I am having now where I do like an offer a day. Also the first say 2 months were slow. I was so new to the reward world that it took me awhile to figure everything out.

    I usually cash out for paypal or Disney Dollars. Here is a very lengthy list. If you are a super member you can get better rates and a few more offers.
    Amazon Gift Certificate ($25
    Amazon Gift Certificate ($50)
    $50 Gift Certificate to be delivered by email.
    Amazon Gift Certificate Canada ($20)
    Barnes & Noble Email Certificate ($25)
    $25 B&N Gift Certificate to be used at
    Blockbuster Gift Card ($10)
    Blue Nile Email Certificate ($25)
    Blue Nile Gift Certificate to be delivered via email and used at
    Chili's Gift Card ($25)
    $25.00 gift card to be used at Chili's, On the Border, Maggianos, or Romanos.
    Darden Gift Card ($50)
    $50 Darden Restaurant Card. Can be used at Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Bahama Breeze, and Smokey Bones.
    Darden Restaurant Gift Card ($25)
    25.00 Credits
    Gift card can be used at Red Lobster, Olive Garden, Bahama Breeze, and Smokey Bones
    Dick's Sporting Goods ($50)
    $50 Dick's Sporting Goods Gift Card to be used in stores or online.
    Disney Dollars ($20)
    20.25 Credits
    Disney Dollars ($30)
    30.25 Credits
    $30 in Disney Dollars. Disney Dollars are not replaceable if lost in the mail.
    Disney Gift Card ($100)
    Disney Gift Card ($25)
    Can be used at, WDW, Disneyland, and Disney Cruise Line. Visit for details
    Disney Gift Card ($50) Gift Certificate ($25)
    Gift certificate will be delivered via email for use at $25.00 Gift Card
    $25 Gift Card. Will be received via email and needs to be used online. Email Certificate ($25)
    $25.00 Gift Certificate. Delivered via email and used online at Lady Footlocker, Footlocker, or Kids Footlocker.
    Gap Gift Card ($25)
    Gap Card is good at Gap,, GapKids, Gap Outet, babyGap, and GapBody
    Gift SuperCertificate ($25)
    Choose from hundreds of stores to redeem this $25 SuperCertificate from Super Certificate ($50)
    Cash out your Super Certificate for hundreds of gift certificates at
    Kohls Card ($50)
    $50 Kohls Gift Card to be used online or in stores.
    Kohls Gift Card ($20)
    20 Kohls Gift Card. Valid at any one of their locations nationwide AND online!
    Kohls Gift Card ($25)
    $25 Kohls Gift Card. Valid at any one of their locations nationwide AND online!
    Landry's Restaurants Gift Card ($25)
    Visit for all 18 locations. Includes Joe's Crab Shack, Rainforest Cafe, and Landry's Seafood House
    Lands' End Online Gift Certificate ($25)
    Gift certificate will be delivered via email for use at ($25)
    $25 Gift Card. Gift certificates must be redeemed through the Web site
    Old Navy Gift Card ($25)
    Good toward any purchase at Old Navy, Old Navy Outlet, or
    Omaha Steaks Email Certificate ($25)
    Omaha Steaks $25 Gift Certificate to be delivered to you via email for use at
    $25 Planet Hollywood Gift Card
    Red Envelope Email Certificate ($25)
    $25 Red Envelope Gift Certificate to be emailed to you for use at ww .re den velo
    Sears Gift Card ($25)
    $25 Sears Gift Card
    Sephora Gift Card ($25)
    The card, which comes in a sleek, Swarovski crystal-adorned, dual-mirrored compact embossed with the Sephora logo, can be redeemed in store, online, or through any of their catalogs.
    Starbucks Gift Card ($25)
    Target Gift Card ($25)
    25 Gift card to be used at Target
    Toys R Us Gift Card ($25)
    Travelocity Hotel Certificates ($25)
    $25.00 Travelocity Hotel Certificates offer the choice of booking reservations at over 30,000 hotels worldwide for the best rates and availability. Travelocity Hotel Certificates are delivered via email and can be used to book reservations at
    Walgreens Pre-Paid PhoneCard (125 U.S. minutes)
    Rechargeable phonecard loaded with $10, or 125 U.S. minutes
    Walmart Gift Card ($50)
    $50 Walmart Gift Card.
  5. chocovrdmicears

    chocovrdmicears DIS Veteran

    Mar 1, 2007
    I really don't invest more than a 1/2 hour to an hour on actual offers. (Lots more time on the forum :rolleyes1 ) I do the scratchoff, check for paid clicks, try and get my daily survey done then maybe do one or two of the free offers. I have $105 earned from doing that since July 1st. :thumbsup2
    When my kids go back to school I will be investing more time.
  6. HayGan

    HayGan We could all use some pixie dust now and then :)<b

    Apr 28, 2004
    In actual earning time I spend less than 20 minutes (the forum is a different story :lmao: ) I check for paid clicks a few times a day, do the scratch off, do a survey and check for new offers. The daily survey and some of the free surveys are the only things that I find take more than a minute to do. I have made over $1,200 since last year at SR! Some of that is shopping and some of it was winnings from contests but most was from the free stuff and paid to try offers!
  7. luvdisney14

    luvdisney14 Mother of 3 Great Boys

    Jul 17, 2002
    Do pay to try offers cost you any money? I am new to this and am having a hard time trying to find things to do for free.
  8. M 'n C

    M 'n C DIS Veteran

    Jul 16, 2006
    Usually the things that are .25 to $1 are considered freebies and they are truely free. Check out YTB:Pepsi or like WSHTS: Apple iPhone type things. Those will all be 100% free.
  9. CajunDixie

    CajunDixie <font color=purple>"Carpe diem, quam minimum credu

    Nov 18, 1999
    One more question: If I do an offer on SR will it automatically know I did it and not show it to me again or will I need to keep a list of the ones I do?
  10. bbangel

    bbangel My friends call me the font of useless knowledge

    May 18, 2006
    Once you try an offer, click the move to pending. It will disappear from that list when you get credit or the offer is pulled.
    If you go through the offer list and click on an offer again, it will let you know if you received credit for it or not.
  11. ReneeQ

    ReneeQ DIS Veteran

    Feb 6, 2000
    I joined SR this week and am just clueless! :confused3

    When you sign up for one of the free offers, like pick pepsi over coke, I get page after page after page of offers. I clicked "no thanks" on them, but I think I got over 20 pages worth to click through. Is that normal? Then nothing showed up the next day in my account. How long does it take to credit?

    Also, HOW do you get the daily surveys? I've spent over an hour trying to get one and I NEVER qualify.

    Please help!
  12. Kycha

    Kycha <font color=peach>I'm a grouch with a heart <font

    Jul 4, 2005
    Yes. That is typically what a free offer looks like. After you have done them for a while, you will begin to recognize how far you have to go to get credit. Some of them(usually the My Insider Deals, What She Has to Say and Generous Genie offers)require that you click on their confirmation e-mail before you get credit.

    How long does it take to credit? Well that depends on the offer. Some are set up to automatically credit(check the fast crediting category for those), some credit on the hour and some are manual credits. That means Tricia has to pull them from the advertiser's site and manually credit them. They may take a few days to credit.

    For the surveys, is there anyone else in your household that can take the surveys? I have a much harder time qualifying for the surveys than my husband does. Also, try changing your e-mail address. Sometimes I find that helps.

    There is some great information for newbies over on the SR forum. I would check the daily surveys thread and the automatic credits thread.
  13. thymed

    thymed Mouseketeer

    Jul 25, 2002
    Some of the offers credit almost immediatley, some within the hour and some never credit. If there is a problem with crediting Tricia will pull the offer of have a statement on there like this is crediting about 50% of the time. Mostly you have to have an email that is unique to their (the offers) database. I always use a yahoo or gmail email address. It is a pain to go through probably 15- 20 pages of clicking yes (or most often NO) to thier offers, but they do give you .40 or .50 of sometime up to a dollar for doing that push up. It doesn't really take all that long it is just a little monotonous. I have earned almost $400 since January and at least 1/2 of that is from the free offers. For surveys, you need to clear cache and keep trying. Even when it says there are no surveys for you I click back in and eventually get one. Sometimes they are long and drawn out and some are surprisingly short.
    I sometimes let my husband take them as they tend to want answers from Men more than women. Only do a few of the .40 or .50 offers a day to insure getting the majority of them to credit. Play the scratch off and watch for the contests. It doesn't ake more than maybe 25- 30 minutes a day and the earnings are great. HTH
  14. Nancy

    Nancy Wasting away in Pegulaville

    Aug 19, 1999
    I joined recently and was coming over to ask some of the same things. I click on the surveys mainly but there are so many pages and then for some you have to try 1 silver, 2 gold etc. If you close out at that point do you get credit for at least doing the initial survey? Or do you have to do the offers? This whole thing is confusing, or I'm just making it harder by over thinking it. I'm guessing you might get higher earnings by doing the shopping and getting the percentages back.

    I guess I need to spend some time reading more stuff over there so I can make the most of it.

    What other rewards sites do you all like? Of course I joined cashduck just a few weeks before it I'm a bit leary of doing some without really checking it out now.
  15. M 'n C

    M 'n C DIS Veteran

    Jul 16, 2006
    You are over thinking it :)

    Once you hit the silver, gold, etc you can close out. Sometimes you can stop after the inital page or two but I usually just go till i hit that part and then close out.

    You can earn a lot with the free offers and then of course I have gotten into the shopping habit about once a month. That tends to help me with my balance but otherwise freebie offers and the daily surveys (80 cents each) will help you earn a bunch.

    My preferred site is SR and then I'll do QR for some offers SR doesn't have and some shopping SR doesn't have. If you do too many you run into the risk of doing offers twice (big no-no) because it gets tedious to try and keep track of what you do on which site.
  16. Nancy

    Nancy Wasting away in Pegulaville

    Aug 19, 1999
    Figured I was over thinking, I tend to do that!

    Thanks for the information.
  17. rflorek

    rflorek DIS Veteran

    Oct 29, 2003
    I've NEVER had to click on a confirmation email for My Insider Deals or Generous Genie and have always received credit.:confused3
  18. Kycha

    Kycha <font color=peach>I'm a grouch with a heart <font

    Jul 4, 2005
    Thats why I said usually. I always click the confirmation e-mail, so I wouldn't know that you might not need it. Besides, I have read other people say that they didn't get the credit until they clicked on the conf e-mail. I figure, better safe than sorry. It doesn't hurt anything so I'll continue to confirm.

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