Shoppers Needed in Honolulu
hiring new secret shoppers in Honolulu and surrounding
area for various retail and restaurant assignments.
Mystery shopping is a $1.8 billion a year industry that
employs over 1.5 million people worldwide.
Get Paid to Shop and Dine Out. Earnings up to $28.00 per
Open to American residents (male & female), 18 and
No Experience Required.
Mystery Shopping in Honolulu
As a mystery shopper, your job will be to evaluate and
comment on customer service in a wide variety of stores,
restaurants and services in your area.
Hundreds of retail operations in and around Honolulu are
eagerly seeking new mystery shoppers to rate the service
of their locations. All you have to do is spend a little
time in their establishments then give your opinion of
the service and youll be paid for your input.
Mystery shopper jobs range from retail stores and
restaurants of every kind - to service, entertainment and
hospitality-based operations such as movie theaters,
grocery stores, gas stations, day spas, pizza delivery,
hotels and much more.
Youll be paid to shop and dine out - plus you can
also get free meals, free merchandise, free services,
free entertainment and more. Secret shopping offers great
pay, fun work and flexible schedules. No previous
experience is required.
Mystery shoppers in Honolulu arent just limited to
working in the big shopping centers. Wonderful shopping,
dining and entertainment districts in the area like
Kalakaua Avenue that can provide countless fun and
exciting paid shopping and dining opportunities.
Interested in a mystery shopper job in Honolulu?
Mystery Shoppers America can get you started today. We
specialize in connecting new shoppers with mystery
shopping jobs in Honolulu and area. Through our extensive
network of over 180 mystery shopping companies,
youll have plenty of mystery shopping jobs to
choose from every day!
To become a secret shopper, visit our registration page.
You'll learn about our secret shopping companies, what
kind of shopping jobs are available and how much you can
Sign up by
here to Become a
Mystery Shopper in Honolulu
Mystery shopping in Honolulu can take you to
some of the areas most exciting
destinations like Ala Moana Shopping Center. This
enormous open-air shoppers wonderland is
Hawaii's largest shopping center with over 230
prime retailers and services.
On the beautiful island of Oahu, is Honolulu -
the capital and largest city of Hawaii. Famous
for its glorious Waikiki beach, Honolulu is an
energetic tourist, cultural and commercial center
with spectacular mountain and ocean views.
Honolulu is Oahus heart of culture and
entertainment with museums and palaces just
minutes from the exciting downtown with its
modern clubs and lounges, galleries, sensational
restaurants and vibrant shopping opportunities.
Oahu is Hawaiis mystery shopping capital
and mystery shoppers are in demand in Honolulu.
Honolulu mystery shoppers can expect a wide
variety of fun and exciting shopping and dining
assignments that can take you to superb locations
like Ala Moana Shopping Center, Kahala Mall,
Pearlridge Center, Windward Mall, Royal Hawaiian
Shopping Center, Ward Centers, Aloha Tower
Marketplace, Koko Marina Shopping Center, Waikele
Premium Outlets and Pearl Highlands Center to
name some of the leading destinations in the
Beyond the large malls and shopping centers,
Honolulu also has an abundance of excellent
shopping, dining and entertainment districts and
neighborhoods such as Kalakaua Avenue, Restaurant
Row or Hilton Hawaiian Village Shops, for example
that are loaded with countless shops, services
and restaurants - all of which could benefit from
a mystery shoppers evaluation.
Yes, is Honolulu is rich with mystery shopper
jobs. With all of Oahus great malls,
beautiful shopping centers, big box retailers,
specialty outlets, marvelous restaurants,
services, entertainment venues and so very much
more - Honolulu truly is a secret shoppers
||Large national retail franchises
use mystery shopping services regularly. Kahala
Mall features 90 big name retailers and services
including Macys, Banana Republic, Barnes &
Noble, Aveda, Ann Taylor and an 8-screen movie