I'm not sure if this belongs here, but I'm sure it will be removed if it isn't. It isn't going to break the bank, but I've found PrizeRebel () to pay out consistently. It's proving a nice side-income for me while I'm hunting for full time employment. It could also be a useful supplemental income for those wishing to earn a little more on top of your current income.
Proof of payout: http://imgur.com/a/5MN1a
I posted this on the BeerMoney subreddit, but I figured it would be useful here too. Note, the above link IS a referral link, but I guess I'm chancing my arm while passing on a little bit of information to folks in the same situation! Anyway, at my current rate, I will probably make about $80 per month doing this, which is okay for something I only spend an hour on. I've only ever worked minimum wage, and I operate on a low budget, so having the ability to make this on the side is pretty great for me as I'm sure it would be for anyone else.
I started my account about a week and a half ago and so far I've made $40 and leveled my account up to Gold. It's a site that offers more than surveys, but honestly, surveys are the meat and potatoes. I only do those. Accounts "level up". There are various levels, and Gold seems to be the middle of the road level. You earn points per survey, and then cash them in for prizes. Gold accounts process prizes instantly (I'm only ever going to choose the $10 personally, but there are $5 payouts and gift cards) with a 1% discount on your 1k, and 1% bonus. This seems to go up at the higher levels, but I'm a ways away from those. Up until Gold, processing times took about 24 hours, but never failed to go over that.
Some days are hit or miss, but I generally spend about an hour a night farming points. The "Your Daily Surveys" tab and "Samplicious" seem to pay out the best and consistently. I seem to get rejected a lot by surveys, but this seems normal I think. Eventually you run out of surveys for the day, in which case I check the "Tap" or "Peanut Labs" tabs. Sometimes there are high earners in these, but mostly they're low payout. I've found that most of the Surveys are UK or US friendly, but every now and again I will get denied based on location.