Irazoo is another site I use a lot to search and win. It’s something I participate in a few times per day, and so far I believe I have cashed out for $5 Amazon codes two or three times total since I signed up. And yes — they do send them, although unfortunately in my experience it took about a month after I requested the codes to get them, which is kind of slow.
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How Irazoo Works
Irazoo is a lot like Swagbucks, but not nearly as popular — at least not yet. Since I began participating, Irazoo has gone through a lot of changes and it’s clear that they’re trying to improve. Basically, you create an account (which can be integrated with Facebook) and start doing Internet searches to earn points. These points can be redeemed for lots of different rewards, the most popular of which is of course the $5 Amazon code, which you need 3000 points to get through Irazoo. Sometimes when you search, you will instantly win points. When you don’t instantly win points, you are still guaranteed to get a certain number of points per day by recommending the websites you visit. Basically when your search results come up after submitting a search query and you visit a landing page, there will be an Irazoo bar at the top of the page asking whether or not you recommend the site and also gives you a place to input comments. After you click yes or no recommend buttons, you’re awarded five points. In the past, people were awarded more than five points for their recommendations and the number of points per day was capped at around 150 or 200. I’m not sure I like this change because you now have to do a lot more searches per day to build up your points. I generally only use Swagbucks once or twice per day, but now with Irazoo I have to use it a lot more than that to really get anywhere with my points. Unless of course I win a bunch instantly (which doesn’t happen all the time) or they release a treasure code that’s worth a whole lot of points. Irazoo also has a toolbar you can download to make it easier for you to search and win.
You can refer your friends to sign up with Irazoo. You’ll get 50 Irazoo points for each friend you refer, and you’ll earn matching points on for every friend until they hit 3000 points. That’s when it caps off and you can no longer earn from that referral. I guess this is Irazoo’s way of keeping you actively seeking out referrals — which ultimately benefits them because it means more people using the site. This is no different than Swagbucks — they also cap the points you can earn from friends off at 1000 per friend. I really don’t like this, but I guess I get it
Treasure codes are similar to SwagCodes on Swagbucks. Irazoo will occasionally release a word (the treasure code) and post it on their Facebook page. This word can be entered into the treasure code field, which you can find by visiting the “Earn Points” tab at the top of your screen when you’re logged in. The code will only be valid for a certain period of time, which is specified on the Facebook page, and they’re usually worth a good bit of points, like between 25 and 50.
Offers, Surveys, Tasks, and Coupons
You can also get Irazoo points by filling out offers, answering surveys, doing tasks, and downloading and printing coupons. These are all features I haven’t bothered with yet, mainly because I don’t have time. However, if you’re interested in making the most of Irazoo, I would certainly recommend trying out all these things to maximize the points you can earn.
What I Think So Far
I like Irazoo so far — I usually do Swagbucks and follow it up with an Irazoo search or two because the points add up, and I like getting those Amazon codes. There are of course other prizes you can redeem for, but the $5 Amazon code does seem to be the best for your points.
Do you want to sign up?
Go here to get registered. Good luck, and please comment with your personal Irazoo experience.