Advantages Opportunity for regular redemptions, points added quickly, vouchers arrive promptly
Disadvantages Need to be invited to join so could be a while before this happens
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I've been a member of the ConsumerPulse panel since early last year, and have so far received well over £100 worth in vouchers with the most recent of these arriving this very week.
Once you've ticked the relevant box(es) and informed them of whether you've not made any purchases in the other categories, the next screen will ask you to confirm the number of purchases that you wish to inform them of and lets you know how many points you'll receive for this.The next screen asks you for specific information about the purchase, such as the date of purchase, the price, the shop or website that it was bought from, who it was bought for and why. This may seem tedious and it certainly can be for multiple purchases, it's mostly a case of selecting from drop-down menus and occasionally filling in numeric values such as price. For books, you'll also need the ISBN number and you may sometimes need to enter barcodes. Once this section is complete, you'll be asked if you want to enter any more purchases. If you do, it'll take you back to the original screen to go through the process once more, but if not, your pending points total will be confirmed. All in all, it's a pretty simple process and doesn't take as long as you might think. I prefer to enter my purchases as they're made rather than wait to do a load at once as it's less tedious this way. There is a limit for how many purchases you can enter per month.
Points are added around 24 hours after your purchases have been entered so don't worry if you don't see them sooner than this. I've never had a problem with points being added. To view your points, click on the 'Rewards' tab in the navigation bar, but remember that you may be 24 hours behind as far as totals go depending on when you last entered purchases.The rewards are either gift vouchers or charity donations. So far, I've redeemed vouchers from B&Q, Boots, Next, Thorntons and Leisure Vouchers which can be used at a wide range of places (but I used them at Pizza Hut). All of these have arrived within a week of being ordered, and I always receive a confirmation email more or less straight away after ordering a voucher to let me know that it's being processed.
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