Let's face it: you're already bingeing anyway, so why not get rewarded for it? Viggle listens for your music and TV shows and recognizes what it hears, giving you points for each song and show it can identify. You can convert those points into gift cards, cash or prizes, but be warned: it takes a while to accumulate enough points to cash out. Rihanna's "Desperado" only merits two points, but it takes 20,000 to get a $20 Amazon gift card.
Claim it! is a product giveaway app that offers you the chance to enter weekly sweepstakes. The app offers localized giveaways that change each week, which users can enter by selecting a product and clicking "Claim it!" The app lets you know the chances of winning each giveaway, how many people have entered and the value of each item, but just like in a lottery, your chances vary: I had a 100% chance of getting a free coconut water, but less than a 1% chance of winning Powerbeats 2 headphones.

b)     Free Method of Entry: During the Promotion Period, to enter without making a purchase or having a Code, hand print your name, address, (no P.O. Boxes), phone number, Account username (email address), age and “Coca-Cola $20,000 Sweepstakes – Free Entry” on a 3" x 5" piece of paper and mail it in an envelope with proper postage to "Coca-Cola $20,000 Sweepstakes – Free Entry," c/o HelloWorld, Inc., P.O. Box 5035, Dept. 843049, Kalamazoo, MI 49003-5035. Limit: 1 request per envelope. For each mailed-in entry, you will receive 25 entries into the Sweepstakes. All mail-in entries must be handwritten, postmarked by July 31, 2018 and received by August 7, 2018. All mail-in entries become the exclusive property of Sponsor and none will be acknowledged or returned. Sponsor is not responsible for lost, late, incomplete, invalid, unintelligible, illegible, misdirected or postage-due entries, which will be disqualified.


Limit: 100 Sweepstakes entries per person per day during the Promotion Period, regardless of method or combination of methods of entry. Multiple entrants are not permitted to share the same Account or email address. Any attempt by any entrant to obtain more than the stated number of entries by using multiple/different email addresses, identities, registrations or logins, or any other methods will void that entrant’s entries and that entrant may be disqualified. Any use of robotic, repetitive, automatic, programmed or similar entry methods or agents (including, but not limited to, sweepstakes entry services) will void all entries by that entrant. In the event of a dispute as to any entry, the authorized account holder of the email address associated with the Account used to enter will be deemed to be the entrant. The "authorized account holder" is the natural person assigned an email address by an Internet access provider, online service provider or other organization responsible for assigning email addresses for the domain associated with the submitted address. Potential winner may be required to show proof of being the authorized account holder.
There is a tradition of office sweepstakes (known as office pools in the U.S.), which are usually based on major sporting events such as the Grand National and the World Cup. Entrants pay an equal stake for each horse/team they draw out of the hat before the event. The winner then takes the pot. For horse racing events, the pot may be split between the horses which come first, second and third.
Want to get a tattoo by the New York crew? Now’s your chance! Realize your ultimate tattoo goals with the Crew Cover Up sweepstakes and turn your tattoo from hell into a masterpiece. The Grand Prize Winner will receive a trip for one to New York City to visit the Black Ink Crew tattoo shop and receive one (1) tattoo consultation and one (1) tattoo session (up to six (6) hours of services) at a to-be determined date in January 2019. Unlimited entries allows and the sweepstakes promotion ends on October 11, 2018.    
Wilman's own innovation is her method of sorting contests into folders. "When I first started entering contests and sweepstakes, I would often get confused and enter one that was already over or enter more times than was allowed," she said. Now she enters one-time sweepstakes and puts them out of her mind. But for sweepstakes that allow multiple entries, she creates daily, weekly and monthly folders to keep track of how often she is allowed to enter. Then she enters as many times as she can for herself, friends and family.
There are lots of other databases, but in my past searches for easy ways to win money and other prizes, I've found these two to be the best. Online-Sweepstakes has a paid membership option (roughly $3.50/month) that gives you access to lots of other sweeps as well as ways to organize the sweeps you've entered in the past. They also have a feature for paid members that will open up several different pages of contests at once to cut down on page load times.
The best way to avoid this pitfall is by choosing a prize that will primarily appeal to users who may be interested in your brand. If you offer a generic prize such as an Amazon gift card you will likely be inundated with entries from disinterested users, but if you offer up your own product or a highly another highly targeted prize you are far more likely to limit entry to those with a real interest in your brand.
A sweepstakes can provide you with an outstanding opportunity to generate some user feedback. You can use our Question actions to ask users for product feedback, suggestions for improvement, personal preferences or anything else you would like. This is a great way to gain some useful insight into your customers and figure out how you can potentially improve your offering.
Enter the Poptoberfest Sweepstakes here to win a prize package consisting of a 55″ Samsung 4KTV, a Samsung Blu-ray player, Soundbar System, an Xbox One Bundle, a Theatre Popcorn Machine and a one year supply of Jolly Time Popcorn & Redbox movies (ARV: $2,925). Plus there are 3 weekly prize packs to be won and daily winners will receive a year supply of popcorn & movies.
We’ve written before on how to get free samples at Walmart. At the same time, there are several other websites dedicated to sharing how you can get free samples of many types of products. These products may be ones you already use on a regular basis or ones you wouldn’t mind trying out. There are also free giveaways of things you might want or need.

If you have your own product or products which you can give away they make for the ideal prize. By giving away your own products you can all but guarantee that your entrants have a genuine interest in your business, and you'll also be able to wring a lot of free product promotion out of the sweepstakes. If you want to add an extra layer of value to your prize try adding some exclusivity in the form of a limited or special edition product.
Freaky Freddies is another long-established listing site, and its freebies tend to be more valuable—and come with fewer strings attached—than the items other free-stuff sites dig up. It covers everything from teaching supplies to food samples. In addition, Freaky Freddies collects deals from other services that list free items, saving you the trouble of checking each website yourself.
Once I've grown a significant pool of contests to choose from, I can get pretty selective about which ones to enter, focusing on my favorite musical acts or prizes I might actually use. I usually don't spend more than five minutes checking in on any of my given lists, and once I'm done I can just wait for a friendly social media ping or mention to inform me if anything has come of it.
9. Release and Limitations of Liability: Except where prohibited, by participating in the Sweepstakes, entrants agree to release and hold harmless The Coca-Cola Company, Coca-Cola bottlers, HelloWorld, Inc., and their respective parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, promotional partners, prize partners, agents and agencies, and the officers, directors and employees of them (the “Released Parties”) from and against any claim or cause of action arising out of participation in the Sweepstakes or receipt or use of any prize, including, but not limited to: (a) unauthorized human intervention in the Sweepstakes; (b) technical errors related to computers, servers, providers, printers or telephone or network lines; (c) printing errors; (d) errors in the administration of the Sweepstakes or the processing of entries; (e) late, lost, or undeliverable mail; or (f) injury or damage to persons or property which may be caused, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, from entrant’s participation in the Sweepstakes or receipt of any prize. Entrant further agrees that in any cause of action, the Released Parties’ liability will be limited to the cost of entering and participating in the Sweepstakes and in no event shall the Released Parties be liable for attorney’s fees. Entrant waives the right to claim any damages whatsoever, including, but not limited to, punitive, consequential, direct, or indirect damages. If, for any reason, an entrant’s entry is confirmed to have been erroneously deleted, lost, or otherwise destroyed or corrupted, entrant’s sole remedy is another Sweepstakes entry, if it is possible. If the Sweepstakes, or any part of it, is discontinued for any reason, Sponsor, in its sole discretion, may elect to hold a random drawing from among all eligible entries received up to the date of discontinuance for any prize offered herein. No more than the stated number of prizes will be awarded. In the event that production, technical, seeding, programming or any other reasons cause more than the stated number of prizes as set forth herein to be available and/or claimed, Sponsor reserves the right to award only the stated number of prizes by a random drawing among all legitimate, un-awarded, eligible prize claims.
Expect junk snail and email. The Sponsor is using the Sweepstakes to increase their visibility and prospective Customer Base.  Their goal is to create a mailing list, increase their FB page 'likes' or develop qualified leads to sell their products. The Sweeps Prize is an incentive for you to Sign Up for their newsletters or get on their mailing lists. Most Sweepstakes give you the option to Opt Out of future communications before you hit the Submit button so take advantage of that when possible. However, some sweeps mandate that you are a "current subscriber" to their website, blog, FB page, etc. in order to be eligible to win the prize.

The moderators themselves are worthless. They are of no assistance when a problem arises, they can never answer any serious questions, they do such a poor job of editing and verifying sweeps that a good portion of members miss out on a large percentage of them. If you question a moderators response, you are warned, accused of being overly aggressive and threatened with banning.
Entering a SHOP.COM contest or sweepstakes is easy. Just click on the contest(s) you're interested in, and fill out the required contest information. To ensure your security, SHOP.COM does require that you have a SHOP.COM account (it's free!) to enter any SHOP.COM contest. Please come back and visit our contests and sweepstakes page frequently; we are always updating it with brand new contests that we know you'll love!
Enter the Win a Trip to Kennedy Space Center Sweepstakes by December 3, 2018, for your chance to win a trip for two to Kennedy Space Center in Florida! This prize includes round-trip airfare for two; two single-day park admissions to Kennedy Space Center including lunch with an astronaut; a two-night stay in a hotel/ and a three-day car rental. This prize is valued at $3,000! We’re crossing our fingers for you! Good luck!

Enter Dreamfields’ Healthy Pasta Month Contest here to win the Grand Prize: a Samsung 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart QLED TV and a year’s supply of Dreamfields (Value: $1,500). Two runners up win a June oven and Dreamfields family pack (Value: $620) and three winners receive an Ultimate Tailgate Party Pack including a Coleman Portable Grill (Value: $430).
Hey, It's Free! has been hawking free goods—movie tickets, beauty products, magazine subscriptions, groceries, gift cards, and more—since 2006. It stands out from other freebie sites because of its human curation: The Hey, It's Free! community submits a lot of the deals, ensuring that the offers are vetted and good-quality. The site also clearly states any hoops you have to jump through to obtain your free prize.
Then there is the problem with the forums themselves. Full of increasing negativity and crackpots. Racist jokes are allowed, anti-gay, bigoted comments are allowed, and if reported for being offensive, the person reporting them are told they are aggressively attacking the racist and that they will be banned. Over the last 18 months, it has only become worse, reminding this member of websites like Stormfront. Any member who publicly challenges those members, is immediately banned, as are their spouses. It does not matter if you are a paying member. Any attempt to contact the owner about this development has gone unanswered.
AMEM for about five years I have answered so many questions and a lot would be repeated over and over. Those questions were like that just to get information so they could try to sell us something. I would answer so many till I would give up and just stop. The ones like this should be made to delete their website. The reason I say that is because you waste your time
Entering a SHOP.COM contest or sweepstakes is easy. Just click on the contest(s) you're interested in, and fill out the required contest information. To ensure your security, SHOP.COM does require that you have a SHOP.COM account (it's free!) to enter any SHOP.COM contest. Please come back and visit our contests and sweepstakes page frequently; we are always updating it with brand new contests that we know you'll love!
Luckily for you there are other ways for you to get free stuff online. Using coupons for free stuff is one of the great ways to save money on products that you find on the Internet. Often times, organizations use these coupons to offer their clients free merchandise for trial use, and occasionally these coupons will provide the consumer with a product that they can keep. These coupons offer benefits both to the seller as well as the consumer. Sellers often use this tactics as a marketing tool in order to get new products in the hands of thousands, and in some cases millions, of consumers, without all of the expenses associated with traditional marketing methods. This is actually a brilliant approach if you stop and think about it.

1. Eligibility: The Coca-Cola $20,000 Sweepstakes (the “Sweepstakes”) is open only to legal residents of the 50 U.S. (or D.C.) who are 13 years of age or older at the time of entry and who have a Coke.com account before participating (“Account”). Employees and non-employee workers of The Coca-Cola Company (“Sponsor”), Coca-Cola bottlers, HelloWorld, Inc. (“Administrator”), and their respective parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, and agents and those prize providers and agencies that are involved in the development or execution of this Sweepstakes or any of its materials, and the immediate family (spouse, parents, siblings, and children) and household members of each such person are not eligible to enter or to win any prize in this Sweepstakes. The Sweepstakes is subject to all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations and is void where prohibited by law. By participating in the Sweepstakes, entrant fully and unconditionally agrees to and accepts these Official Rules and the decisions of the Sponsor and Administrator, which are final and binding in all matters related to the Sweepstakes.
The next contest-entering innovation is auto-complete software. Some Web browsers, including Chrome and Firefox, store your name and address and help you fill out forms with a single click. Wilman prefers software called Roboform, which she says has more features. She estimates auto-complete software cut her contest-entering time in half and points out that it eliminates typos that can disqualify you. "Auto-complete" software is different from "auto-submit" software. The latter promises to enter thousands of sweepstakes on your behalf but is prohibited by most contest rules.
Wendy, thats great info you saved me the runaround that i just started with them. I’m home on short term disability and need to supplement my life a bit and was hoping to find some legit opportunities to do from home but its really really hard to weed through the bogus ones. InboxDollars has been my go to site for years but I’m searching for something similar thats as consistent and reliable as Inbox is. Any ideas anyone have?
A Purchase Does Not Increase Your Chances of Winning.  Very important to note, especially when a Sweeps is run by a Magazine.  There is usually a link to click to Enter the Sweeps without Subscribing or Without making a purchase. Also, most Sweeps have an AMOE (Alternate Method of Entry) outlined in the Official Rules.  This usually involves printing your information on a 3x5 index card and mailing it to the sponsor before the Sweepstakes end date. I've won a few prizes like this because most folks do not like to put forth the effort of filling out and mailing the cards.
The more Sweeps you enter the greater your chances of winning.  Sweeps are an odds game.  Some Sweeps let you enter once a day, some once a week, some only once during the entire promotion period. If you have a sweeps that allows daily entries, enter every day to increase your chances of winning.  (This is a "trick" of most Publishers Clearing House Winners).
Then there is the problem with the forums themselves. Full of increasing negativity and crackpots. Racist jokes are allowed, anti-gay, bigoted comments are allowed, and if reported for being offensive, the person reporting them are told they are aggressively attacking the racist and that they will be banned. Over the last 18 months, it has only become worse, reminding this member of websites like Stormfront. Any member who publicly challenges those members, is immediately banned, as are their spouses. It does not matter if you are a paying member. Any attempt to contact the owner about this development has gone unanswered.
Melissa Cunningham spends 32 hours a week sweeping, often staying up until 3am and rising at 5am, taking a mid-day nap between self-imposed shifts. She's accumulated more than 200 wins for the year so far. "If you want to take a break for a few days, that's fine," says the Pennsylvania sweeper. "But if you're gonna take a break for two weeks, then you can really expect your wins to go downhill."
Greg Goodson cofounded Rafflecopter, a widget for running online giveaways, and has collaborated with companies like NBC and Gap on sweepstakes. In an e-mail interview, he said that companies typically decide to run sweeps for three reasons: "to grow their online presence, to drive some buzz for their brand, and to give back to their fans." But the relationship between brands and sweepers can be uneasy.
A sweepstakes can provide you with an outstanding opportunity to generate some user feedback. You can use our Question actions to ask users for product feedback, suggestions for improvement, personal preferences or anything else you would like. This is a great way to gain some useful insight into your customers and figure out how you can potentially improve your offering.
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