Father’s Day: Appreciate Your Dad with a Gift from Paid Online Surveys

The celebration of fathers and other father figures in the UK falls on Sunday, June 21

Maybe you didn't realise how important it is for companies to know your opinion about their products and services. You would be surprised, but sharing your honest thoughts provides an invaluable insight for them and they are willing to pay for it.

Making money by taking paid online surveys is free, easy and completely flexible. And it can be a fun way to use your spare time. No qualifications are required. All you need to do is to answer questions based on your own personal views. You can take the online surveys any time of the day, making this way of earning money very convenient and adaptable to your schedule.

When you sign up for survey sites through SurveyBee.net your request will be registered with your chosen sites. You will then receive an activation email directly from them. Follow the instructions in the email to complete the sign-up process. Remember to click the activation link! Once you have completed the registration, you will start receiving survey offers and can start earning money. 

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Use paid online surveys to get gift cards and discount vouchers

Note that many online survey sites don't pay cash for every completed survey. Instead they reward you with points. The good news is that you can use these points to earn great rewards and redeem them for gift cards or discount vouchers.

Collecting points from taking online surveys is all about taking small steps to win. As you reach the magic payout threshold, you will be able to exchange your points for vouchers for a broad range of UK’s popular high street and Internet shops, including Debenhams, Barnes & Noble, Home Depot, Boots, Topman, UNICEF, Amazon, and more.

The more surveys you do, the more you will earn. A survey takes between 5 - 30 minutes and the payouts typically range between £1 to £4. Usually, the longer a survey takes to complete, the higher the payout. Register with multiple survey sites in order to build a steady stream of surveys into your email inbox. While it is entirely up to you how many surveys you choose to take, you will be paid for each that you complete. 

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Give your dad a special gift on this year's Father's Day

Father's Day is a celebration honoring fathers and other father figures in the family like grandfathers and fathers-in-law. Many countries, including the UK, celebrate this day on the third Sunday of June (therefore the date is never fixed), but many other countries celebrate the day on other days of the year.

People usually celebrate this occasion by expressing affection for their father and making a special effort to visit him, send him a card or give him a present. Some families treat their father to a special meal at a restaurant or go on a weekend trip. Popular experiences honoring father's include driving a rally car or taking a golf, football or cricket lesson with a celebrity coach. Little children often create handmade gifts for their dad. 

Picking an original gift can be difficult. Your father probably already has a full drawer of socks, a collection of 'funny' mugs and similar stuff that only collects dust. So, why not use the points you've collected on doing paid online surveys and do something really special for your father this year? The web overflows with articles suggesting cool ideas for Father's Day gifts and here are our suggestions: a home micro-brewing kit, the new generation multi-tool knife, a barbecue briefcase or a steel fire bowl, a DVD box set with his favourite TV series, an audio streaming device or a GPS, a popcorn bowl with kernel sifter, a hammock, original toiletry bag, or a Thai massage. Whether you choose to buy something or not, just remember to at least call your dad and say you think of him. The sad truth is that many dads in the UK are being completely ignored on Father's Day.