Limited Time: Nielsen Consumer Panel is BACK {Share Your Opinion, Get FAB Prizes}

 

Nielsen Home Scan Consumer Panel has new openings in select markets for the next 3 days! If you missed it last time you’re in luck!

What is Nielsen Home Scan? 

  • A National Consumer Panel where you as a member will be provided with a hand-held scanner.
  • Every time you or members of your household shop, you’ll use the scanner to scan the barcodes on all of your purchases.
  • Once a week, you’ll send in your purchase information.

You’ll earn gift points that are redeemable for…

  •  name-brand merchandise
  • electronics equipment
  • jewelry
  • household items
  • toys
  • and much more!

Head on over to sign up HERE.    Please note that many of our readers LOVE this program. That is why we continue to post about it.  But we have also heard from a few readers who have felt it was too much work.  If you get accepted, keep us posted on how you like it & what you’re earning!

Were you accepted?  Do you love this?  Hate this?

Comments

  • Sarah

    I got picked!!! Just waiting for the scanner now! I am so excited!

  • Aimee

    I just got picked also, waiting for the scanner. Very stoked about the program. Any helpful tips from anyone who already is part of this?

  • Jenn

    I registered with NCP on Nov. 15, got the scanner email on Dec. 2, and received the scanner via FedEx earlier tonight (Dec. 31st). Because of the huge font and different sections, the directions on how to do a scan is turned into 3-4 pages in the manual, so if you’re like me and likes to be a “I like to see everything on one page” type of person, write up your own directions via Microsoft Word, etc & print it out. I tested it on a bag of shrimp chips I purchased earlier today – it’s pretty simple actually. What most people get turned-off by is that it may be seem like a long and drawn-out process for each item (they do ask about coupons and sales). But hey, I look at it like this – if you can set some time aside to make your game plan of attack on the best deals with coupons, you’re giving back to the company(ies) by taking out some time to record and report your purchases. They do provide all support and contact information (if something goes wrong), they provide a mailing label in the box, and they do explain how you can report on “sick”/vacation time or if you haven’t purchased anything. This looks pretty interesting, so we’ll see how far it goes!

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