Earnhoney claims to “earn money 3x faster than any other rewards site.” In this review we'll take a closer look at this site and tell you why we think Earnhoney.com just isn't worth it.
When you join Earnhoney, you get rewarded for taking surveys, watching videos, playing games, and other activities. You will be rewarded in HD$ or Honey Dollars, the currency system of Earnhoney. Started in 2015, the site is relatively new and has over 1000 members who join every day.
Earnhoney is run, without limitation, by Bay Bee LLC. Not much could be found on the company except that it owns and operates a number of smaller online sites. This particular site is only available in the US, although some data is processed outside of the country which prompts us to question its legitimacy.
The format of the website is pleasing to the eye, and you can find an informative promotional video on the homepage.
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Signing up for Earnhoney is completely free. New members receive a bonus of 30 HD$ (Honey Dollars) if they watch the 1 minute tutorial and answer 2 easy questions about it. Earn 10 more HD$ for taking a few extra minutes to fill out the profile survey.
To get the most out of the site, we recommend referring all of your friends to Earnhoney. Refer friends to the site and you'll earn 10 percent of their earnings for life.
The ratio of Honey Dollars to cash is 100:1, meaning that for every 100 HD$ you earn a mere dollar. Lower paying offers give out Nectars, partial HD$. A total of 9 Nectars equal 1 Honey Dollar.
Earn a total of $2-$6 every day by watching videos, sharing your opinion, shopping online, and playing games. Go to the redemption store to trade HD$ for cash and gift cards.
Your order will be sent via email within 2-3 business days, but once you sign up you can recieve pay-out on very first day for a limited time. Earnhoney is also releasing a feature that lets you donate your earnings to charities.
Turn points into gift cards from big companies like PayPal and Amazon. With Amazon, payouts come in $1, $5, $10 and $25 increments, while PayPal credit and comes in $5 or $25 increments.
Earning Honey Dollars
If you're still eager to join Earnhoney, we recommend that you take part in all of their offers to earn the highest potential amount. Earnhoney isn't a site buzzing with generosity when it's time to reward their users, but that's why we're here to help you by laying out all your options.
Give your opinion in their online surveys to earn HD$. The more surveys you complete, the more Badges you can potentially earn. Badges qualify you for surveys with an even higher profit potential, not to mention you'll receive an additional 5 HD$ for each badge you complete. Act fast because surveys on Earnhoney run out fast.
If you're looking for something more low-key, try watching their offered videos to earn rewards. There is a limit to only 10 videos a day and each video goes for a couple cents. Lots of users open multiple video tabs at a time to stay efficient, but proceed at your own risk. Many have reported being banned as a result.
If you're a social media addict try Tweetstorm. Tweet every time you redeem prizes and earn 5 HD$. One tweet per day may be submitted via your Earnhoney account. Enter Honey Codes found on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube to make even more.
Play games like puzzles and earn points for approximately every 10 minutes of play.
You give out your information when you sign up, fill out surveys, join the mailing list, enter one of their contests, join as an affiliate member, or submit a testimonial. Information that you'd have to provide includes your first and last name, credit card number, mailing address, email, and your phone number. Sometimes you'll have to share your credit card information depending on if you're withdrawing rewards.
As to be expected, there were a lot of complaints about Earnhoney. Most were technicality issues. Users complained that videos wouldn't play, or they wouldn't get credit for the ones that worked. Sometimes they'd get the blue screen, the page would fail to load, or they had to clear history and downloaded extra files.
If you do report any issues you have, prepare yourself to be ignored by “helpful” administrators.
Earnhoney: Is It Worth It?
In the end, Earnhoney is absolutely not worth it. Yes it's a popular site, but it's unreliable. For how unreliable it is, you can't afford to be counting on their low-pay rewards.