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- 1 Introduction
- 2 What is a point site?
- 3 What is Moppy?
- 4 What is Hapitas?
- 5 Comparing Moppy and Hapitas
- 6 Which is better?
- 7 And finally,
What is a point site?
I will explain what a point site is in the first place.
It is a service that you can receive points by taking various actions such as applying for a service through a point site, applying for a monitor, or answering a questionnaire.
For example, if you make a credit card, you get 5,000 yen worth of points, if you shop at Amazon, you get 1% back, and if you go on a trip through a point site, you get 3% back of your travel expenses.
You can redeem the points you earn, redeem them for other points services such as ANA Mile or Rakuten Points, or redeem them for gift vouchers.
Moppy and Hapitas are two strong
Talking of point sites, there are 2 first names, Moppy and Hapitas.
It can be said that it is the second best point service in Japan both in name and reality.
In this entry, we will compare these two services to see which is more economical.
Moppy and Hapitas Specs Quick Reference
Before we get into the details, here’s a quick spec chart.
|上場||TSE First Section||Unlisted|
|Point||1pt = 1 JPY||1pt = 1 JPY|
|Expiration date||Half Year||No
1 Year from last login
|Number of Project||Private||more than 3K|
|refferal||300pt / Person||100pt – / Person|
What is Moppy?
First, I will introduce a moppy.
Moppy is one of the largest point sites in Japan and has over 7 million members.
You can register for a moppy for free.
Company that operates the muppies
The operating company of the moppy is a company called Celes Corporation.
Ceres was founded in 2005 and is now listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
You can exchange 1 point for 1 yen for a moppy.
The point of moppies is to say, “moppy point”.
You can exchange your moppy points from 1 yen per point.
Also, the minimum replacement fee is 300 yen, so the hurdle is low.
You can read more about moppies in the following article.
What is Hapitas?
Let me introduce Hapitas.
Hapitas is one of the largest point services in Japan and has already partnered with more than 3,000 companies.
You can exchange the accumulated points for cash, gift vouchers, points of other companies, etc., just like a moppy. I think it is still fresh in your memory that it became a topic of conversation in a TV commercial featuring a comedian, Yurian Retriva. Registration is free.
operator of Hapitas
The operating company of Hapitas is a company called OZ Vision Co., Ltd.
OzVision was founded in 2006 and is now an unlisted company.
The starting time of the service is almost the same as that of a moppy.
Hapitas, like moppies, can receive points for using their partner’s services.
Here’s how to save points:.
- use of partner services
- word of mouth
You can exchange 1 point from 1 yen to 300 yen.
Hapitas, like moppies, can be exchanged for 1 point for 1 yen.
Also, the minimum exchange fee is 300 yen, which is the same level as the moppies.
Comparing Moppy and Hapitas
The number of members is Moppy.
Hapitas has 2.3 million members, but it is still large enough, but the number of members is overwhelmingly large at Moppy’s 7 million.
Number of projects: Hapitas
As for the number of projects, Hapitas has 3,000 projects.
I don’t know because the number of moppies is not disclosed.
The muppies have strong game elements.
It can be said that moppy has a strong element to play and earn money.
Hapitas is basically a lottery only game.
Both companies exchange for ANA miles.
The rate of return for ANA miles is the same for both Moppy and Hapitas.
The exchange rate is 81%.
Pex → World Present → G-point → LINE Point → Tokyo Metro Point → ANA Mile
G-point → LINE point → Tokyo Metro point → ANA
Which is better?
Hapitas will win in terms of number of cases and number of cases if selected as an advertising case.
On the other hand, in terms of the quality of services other than advertising, such as games and English words, Moppy wins.
If you want to use advertising projects more and more, you should choose Hapitas, and if you want to accumulate points steadily, you should use mainly moppies.
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