Seriously, there is no easier way to gain rewards than to check into music. Viggle allows up to 20 check ins a day which translates to 2,000 points plus any ads you watch. By only checking into music you could be getting a free movie every 14 days or a free $10 gift card every 15 days and that is just the beginning. You don’t even need to listen to the whole song you can simply switch to a new song as soon as you check in which means you could score those 2,000 points in under 5 minutes.
Viggle Live is where it is at; if you are really good with your TV and movie trivia you could be raking in 6,000+ points a night. Even if you do not watch a show you get a point for guessing and if you guess right you get 100 points toward your goal. Special shows and movies can bank you more than 6,000 points for a single show which can add up quickly. It is not really a gamble as you don’t risk losing anything and even if you forget to play for half of the time like I do you could still easily rack up 1,000 points or more toward your next goal.
Special Check Ins
Viggle awesomely gives a generous amount of special check ins from one time movie check ins to accumulating streak check ins. Just the other day I got over 1,500 points for checking into a movie that I didn’t watch a second longer than I needed to to check in. Then there is TV show streaks which award you points for checking into the same show every week for a certain amount of time and the quarterly check in bonuses which award you points for watching season openers or finales. All of these add up quick to equal a plethora of reward options.
This is so far down the list because it is obviously a seasonal thing, but it may be the single best way to get points on Viggle. You do have to be a bit more diligent as many of the points come through tedious predictions but the payoff is worth the time spent. At the time I am writing this we are closer to the new football season than we are to the Super Bowl and my wife is still using her points from last year’s Viggle Football.
If you are a truly dedicated Viggler I am sure you could make a killing off of checking into every show there is from sun rise to sun set, but seriously, I work from home and the TV is almost always on, but I still either forget or don’t find it worth the time to check in. Most shows will give you about as much as an advertisement for checking in, but I guess if you are that committed you could make a killing off of regular check ins.