National Consumer Panel: *HOT* Enter to Win a $500 American Express Gift Card (115 Winners Every Quarter!) + More
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How would you love to win a FREE $500 American Express Gift Card?! Well, you may able to do just that if you join the Nielsen National Consumer Panel. Yep, the Nielsen National Consumer Panel is offering up 25 FREE $500 American Express Gift Cards to its members every month and 40 FREE $500 American Express Gift Cards to its members every quarter! So a total of 115 winners every quarter (when also adding in the 25 winners per month)! Wowza!
If you would like to be entered to win one of these awesome gift cards, head over here to try to sign up for the Nielsen National Consumer Panel. As a panel member, the Nielsen National Consumer Panel will provide you with a hand-held scanner and every time you or members of your household shop, you’ll use the scanner to scan the bar codes on all of your purchases (you can even have your kids join in on the fun and scan all your items while shopping!). Then, once a week, you’ll send in your purchase information.
In addition to earning points (which are redeemable for electronics, household items, jewelry, toy, gift cards, and more), you’ll also earn one entry into the monthly sweepstakes (up to 4 entries every month!); and as I said above, every month, 25 panel members win a $500 American Express Gift Card! Plus, every quarter an additional 40 panel members win a $500 American Express Rewards card just by sending purchase information in every week of a month. Awesome! :D
But wait…. it gets even better! For each week in a qualifying quarter that National Consumer Panel receives your purchase information, you will earn one entry into their Grand Prix Sweepstakes where you can win $20,000 (there is one winner every quarter!).
Interested? Head on over here and fill out the application and you’ll be on your way to becoming an NCP panelist! Keep in mind that not all areas may be needing panelists at this time, so you’ll need to first register to find out if they’re currently needing panelists in your area.
Side note, I know the National Consumer panel is not for everyone as I have heard good and bad reviews. However, lots of readers have signed up and been really happy with the program.