“Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.”
The amount of competitions and prize draws available online are growing all the time. There are no guarantees but if you want to win it’s a simple numbers game. The more you enter the more chances you have to win. You have the option of entering free or paid competitions or both. We would suggest you stick to free competitions as the only cost is your time.
The reason companies offer free competitions is because they gain not only traffic to their website by allowing you to enter a competition for free but they also receive your contact details so they can include you on their list of potential customers. It’s pretty much a win/win situation if you are comfortable to give up some personal data in order for a chance to win a prize.
Even we run our very own weekly prize draw where we give away real cash every Wednesday. After all, what sort of money making website would we be if we didn’t give you the chance to win some for free? Like our Facebook page or join our mailing list to get involved.
Paid competitions aren’t that different from gambling. There are only really two benefits to entering paid competitions over free competitions. Firstly the prizes are generally better and secondly there are usually less people entering. These aren’t always true of course. A lot of the large competitions that you see on prime time TV ask a really simple multiple choice question for a ridiculously amazing prize. The trouble is that so many people enter you pretty much have zero chance of winning.
Whichever competitions you choose to enter we wish you the very best of luck. Don’t forget to enter our free competition and check out the other competitions we recommend below
Most free competitions will use your details to market products to you so it is worth opening up a new email address exclusively to enter free competitions.
Sites to use
Make-Cash.biz Prize Draw – Our very own free competition
Pick My Postcode – Enter this free postcode lottery every day
Win Abode – Big prizes for small entry fees.