2 Companies That Pay People to Watch Movie Previews
We know it sounds far-fetched, but it’s possible to earn extra money watching movie previews.
In fact, if you’re really committed, you could earn almost $300 a month with the two companies below…
1. Earn up to $225/Month Watching Movie Previews
If we told you that you could get paid to watch movie previews on your computer, you’d probably laugh. It sounds too good to be true, right?
But we’re serious. A website called InboxDollars will pay you to watch short video clips online. One minute you might a preview for the latest and greatest superhero movie, and the next you might watch someone whip up a pan of brownies.
All you have to do is choose which videos you want to watch and answer a few quick questions about them afterward.
No, InboxDollars won’t replace your full-time job, but it’s something easy you can do while you’re already on the couch tonight wasting time on your phone. It’s possible to earn up to $225 a month doing this.
And unlike other sites, InboxDollars pays you in cash — no points or gift cards. It’s already paid its users more than $56 million.
2. Earn up to $30/Day With “In-Theater Checks”
When he was just getting started, The Penny Hoarder CEO Kyle Taylor used to get paid to attend movie premieres. He got $30 to go to a Harry Potter premiere!
Why? Theaters and movie studios want to collect data about the audience that attends their movie premieres. They want to know how many people buy tickets on opening day, which screening time is most popular and which previews are being shown. And they want independent data from third-party evaluators — that’s where you come in.
Movie premiere secret shopping is called an “in-theater check.” To apply, you’ll need to fill out an application with the mystery shopping company Market Force Information.
The application is just a few questions long, and nearly everyone in the U.S. and Canada is eligible.
Once you’re accepted as an auditor, keep an eye out for email alerts for new assignments in your area. You can accept or decline any assignments.
In-theater checks don’t come with huge paydays, but you’ll get a free movie and earn about $10 to $20 an hour for your time.
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