Affiliate links in this post will be clearly marked with a * and if you click one of these links I will earn a discount or receive payment.
i-Say is a slow burning survey website for me. My regular readers will know that I talk about ‘slow burning’ websites quite frequently. These websites are ones where I may only cashout once a month, or sometimes less. Obviously this doesn’t make me rich but these vouchers usually pay for Christmas, Birthdays and Anniversary gifts throughout the year. *Sign up to i-Say now!
Surveys range in frequency but I usually receive at least 3 or 4 every week. The value of surveys tends to range from 30 – 300 points (£0.21-£2.10).
Each of the surveys will tell you roughly how long they take to complete before you start. The times are usually overestimated I find, but then again I’m quite fast.
Payment from i-Say
The payment for surveys from i-Say comes in the form of points. 138 points is equal to £1 with the lowest cashout being £10 gift vouchers.
Personally I cashout for Amazon vouchers, as these are most useful for me, but there are other options available including Leisure Vouchers, John Lewis and Compliments vouchers.
Add additional family members to i-Say
If you have more than one person in your household who is interested in surveys you can sign them up. You can create a profile for each of the members of your household and then you will be asked to allow them to complete surveys. Their points build up your balance so if you have teenagers or adults living with you this can be great.
I personally just have my husband added and from time to time he will receive a survey. These are usually on topics that I don’t get questioned about often such as lager and driving.
In all I quite like i-Say but I have one small gripe. When completing a survey there is often a % progress bar. However this is usually very very slow to move up until around 10-12% and then I will have finished the survey.
I would much rather see an accurate progress bar. I like to see what I have left to complete, particularly during a long survey.
If you would like to join i-Say you can do so by clicking *here.