Earn Redeemable Points for Watching Ads With Beezag

by Anna T · 13 comments

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Update Aug. 3, 2012: Beezag is going away! If you have at least 2,000 points in your account, you can cash out. You’ll have until November 12, 2012 to do so.

I have a love/hate relationship with redeemable points. You can cash them in for all kinds of cool things if you are active on the rewards sites that allow you to earn redeemable points, but sometimes it seems like it takes forever to build up enough to actually get anything. In many cases, you lose interest in the site before you have enough points to cash out. The bottom line here is that I would MUCH prefer cash, but I’ll take the points if I can get them for doing something easy — like watching short little commercials. Beezag is a site that will give you redeemable points for watching ads. Don’t get it confused with Varolo — in my opinion, Beezag is a much better ad viewing site to get involved with. I have some issues with Varolo because it seems like you can’t really get anywhere on there unless your referrals are watching ads, too. But Beezag is different.

Beezag is open to U.S. but apparently not U.K.

 

How Beezag Works

 

  • Create an account. They have the option of going through your existing Facebook account to make the login process easier, but that’s not a requirement. I just signed up the other way.
  • Log in daily or whenever you can to watch short commercials. You’ll have to answer a three question survey before you get access to your commercials. Each commercial is worth a certain number of points and a sweepstakes entry.
  • While you’re watching a commercial, watch for two numbers to flash across the edges of the screen, one at a time, and make a mental note of what those numbers are. You’ll be asked to enter them at the end of the commercial. This is how Beezag can be sure that you sat through the whole thing and paid attention.
  • If you put in the wrong numbers, don’t worry. You can re-watch the commercial. If you put in the right numbers, you’re awarded your points/sweepstakes entry. If you’re lucky, they might also give you a special offer related to product/service in the ad you just viewed.
  • Accumulate points and redeem them. You must have 8000 to redeem for anything and you can get cash, music, or convert your points to charitable donations to various causes. 8000 may seem like a lot of points, but it will add up quickly if you log in and watch your commercials every day. It also helps if you have referrals!
  • Refer your friends. You’ll get 10 percent of the points they earn when they watch videos. This doesn’t take away from your friend’s points — just adds a little more to yours as a bonus for you.

 

My Experience With Beezag

I signed up to try this a few months ago and I do like it. The site is very easy on the eyes as well as easy to navigate. The commercials have been funny and entertaining for the most part, so sitting through them has surprisingly not felt like a chore. I have not accumulated enough points yet to redeem so I can’t say how long it takes to get the things you ask for personally, but I’m hearing some good feedback on this from others I know who are trying it out. I plan to continue watching videos here as I have time (which unfortunately isn’t every day) and I will update this post once I cash out with more details on the process.

 

 

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{ 13 comments }

1 Katie Jones August 18, 2011 at 8:06 am

Are the videos unlimited to watch every day or is there a certain amount given to you? I have been wanting to try this out but I definitely want to sign up under one of my close friends (such as you) instead of others who just earn money from others all the time (not going to name names, but a certain someone knows who I am talking about ;)

2 Anna August 18, 2011 at 9:50 am

Katie there is a limited number every day you can watch. I usually get 5 to 6 I am thinking? And the points for those are between 20 to 50 for each video, so if you do it daily it does add up. I’ve been slacking on doing it daily but have managed to remember to do it the past few days. I’m anxious to see what I can get once I hit the 8000 pt mark. Pls let me know if you have any more questions on it!

3 Katie Jones August 18, 2011 at 10:22 am

Awesome! I will definitely have to sign up! I love all the different ways to earn money! :)

4 Dion Lynk August 18, 2011 at 5:55 pm

Beezag is one of the more unique ad watchers out here. They appear to have a good team and the site navigates like a startup should. I signed up and I’m looking forward to viewing more vids. This is yet another good one from Real Ways :)

5 Anna August 18, 2011 at 6:07 pm

Thank you Dion! Please come back and let me know how you like it after you’ve tried it for a bit. I admit that I actually look forward to logging on and viewing ads daily. Seems like the points add up fast.

6 Susan August 19, 2011 at 7:33 am

Anna, you have added so much to this super informative blog. Keep up the good work!

7 Sergeantrom August 20, 2011 at 9:39 am

I have that same love/hate relationship with point sites! That is, until I found Swagbucks (SB). I only use SB for searching on the internet and the points add up fast. Another good thing, cash payments to paypal and the minimum is just $5. SB also has videos and lots of other ways of earning. Perhaps a review on this great site? :)

8 Anna August 20, 2011 at 10:22 am

@Sergeant, I would love to do a review of the site you mention as I use it, too, but unfortunately if I’m going to have Google ads on my site I am not allowed to. They prohibit content on those types of sites per their program policies: https://www.google.com/adsense/support/bin/answer.py?answer=48182 “Sites with Google ads may not include or link to: Content regarding programs which compensate users for clicking ads or offers, performing searches, surfing websites or reading emails” that part is underneath “Content Guidelines” on the link I mentioned. However, I have another website called Extra Cash and Rewards that is full of reviews of sites like that if you want to check it out. It’s fairly new, but I’m slowly getting it built up. The link is underneath the “Recommended” tab at the top of the page.

9 Sergeantrom August 21, 2011 at 8:46 am

I will certainly check out the review site. I love reading reviews, especially honest and detailed ones such as yours.

10 Princess Negin October 13, 2011 at 8:53 am

This site is really informative. Thanks.
View my blog about another ad viewing method:

http://earncashonlineeasy.blogspot.com/

11 Princess Negin October 13, 2011 at 8:53 am

This site is really informative. Thanks.
View my blog about another ad viewing method

12 Phil March 4, 2012 at 12:23 pm

No mention that they do not let the UK join, even now.

Unlike sonme of your other reviews that include that useful information about who, and who cannot, join.

13 Anna March 4, 2012 at 6:07 pm

Sorry you can’t join Phil. I don’t think I realized it wasn’t open to UK. Sometimes companies don’t make that information easy to find.

Maybe at some point they will open it up worldwide.

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