This article is about purchasing credits for recruiting testers from the Maze panel. You can always test your maze with your own testers for free.

You can buy credits for your account to order testers from the Maze panel whenever you need them. When purchased, credits are added to your balance and you can use them across all your projects.

You can recruit testers for a maze by using your credit balance or ordering testers directly on a live maze page.

Purchasing Maze credits

1 credit = 1 tester

You can purchase credits in bundles of 50, 100, 250, 500, or 1000. The price of credits gets cheaper the more you buy. If you need more than 1000 credits, please contact us at

To buy credits:

Access the Credits Page on the left corner in your Maze Dashboard
Select one Credit Package and click Buy.
Complete your order.

Ta-da! The purchased credits will be added to your account balance. You'll now be able to use the credits to order testers for all your projects and mazes.

Purchasing Maze credits

Frequently Asked Questions

What are credits?

Credit is a currency used on Maze to source participants from our panel to use on your different projects. One credit equals one response from a participant. You can buy credits from a bundle, or directly when ordering testers. The price of credits decreases with volume.

Do credits expire?

No, the credits you purchase never expire. You can use them at any time, for all your projects.

How fast do results come in?

You get the results as soon as your order is placed. Orders are usually fulfilled in hours—sometimes even minutes.

Where are testers sourced from?

Maze uses Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk) to source testers. All participants are carefully sourced to provide real-value insight.

What demographics are covered?

All test participants are English-speaking and located around the world. You can filter responses based on sex (all, male, female) and age (18-70) when you place an order.

Can I spend credits on multiple projects?

Yes, you can use the credits you purchase across all your projects, and for all your maze tests.
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