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Our friends at Focus Pointe Global have a couple of upcoming paid focus groups that they’d like to see more Pocketeers participate in. One opportunity is a paid taste test for cereal and the other is a focus group sharing opinions about appliances. Both pay $60+ and require no more than one hour of your time.
We started partnering withÃ‚ Focus Pointe GlobalÃ‚ last spring to bring you updates of new focus group opportunities including these two happening in October.
These are 100% legit opportunities. My husband, my dear friend Laura who contributes here at Pocket Your Dollars and many of you have done groups through Focus Pointe Global and can vouch that the groups are easy, kind of fun and you really do get paid on your way out the door.
$60 and $65 Paid Focus Group Opportunities in October
Focus Pointe Global is looking for participants for these two upcoming groups. You can apply for both and participate in both if you are deemed eligible.
- $60 appliance focus group.Ã‚ This 45-minute focus group about appliances will be held in Edina during the week of October 10. Men and women ages 25-64 are encouraged to apply by completing this eligibility pre-screener.
- $65 for paid cereal taste test. This group requires you to participate in a 60-minute cereal taste test sometime during the week of October 17 (that’s my birthday!)Ã‚ at an office in Edina. Both men and women ages 21-65 are encouraged to apply using this eligibility screener.
For both of these studies, if you are eligible based on your pre-screening, then you’ll be contacted by phone to further establish your eligibility to participate. If you are invited into the study, then you’ll be provided with specific date and time options; each study is typically run several times during the week so you usually have some choice of dates and times. The best part is you’ll be paid on your way out the door after the group via a pre-loaded Visa debit card.
You can read more about the Focus Pointe Global process in this article where I introduced them to the Pocket Your Dollars’ community.