GetitFree is nothing but a fake. They say in emails that you either qualify for a certain sample or that they need your info to verify it, but once you get that far, you do offers and surveys. Normal and fair, right? Guess what? Once you run that gamut, you get matched to some OTHER samples, on another website, just to run the whole thing again….and again. It’s all fake!
Enter Dreamfields #HealthyPastaMonth 2018 Program Sweepstakes daily until October 31, 2018, for your chance to win a Samsung 55″ 4K Ultra HD SMart QLED TV plus a year supply of Dreamfields. Other winners could receive a June oven and a Dreamfields family pack or a tailgating pack including a Coleman Portable Grill and a $200 Omaha Steaks Gift Card and more! Enter today for your chance to win!
Enter the Bonus Cash PCH Sweepstakes. Prizes will be paid as follows: If the matching winning number for Giveaway No. 18000 is assigned to a timely entrant from this Bulletin, the winner will receive $25,000.00 a year for 29 years and a final payment of $275,000.00 in the 30th year. Present value of Giveaway No. 18000 will vary depending on interest rates and market conditions at the time of the award. All other prizes will be paid in full by check at time of award, unless otherwise noted. PCH sweepstakes expressly reserves the right, at its option, to award merchandise prizes in cash at the stated value. You may increase your chances of winning by entering daily in the Bonus Cash PCH Sweepstakes. 

UltraContest.com, UltraContest.com logo, and all UltraContest.com related marks are trademarks of UltraContest.com LLC intellectual property and/or UltraContest.com LLC affiliated companies. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. Entering any sweepstakes or contests from this site will not increase your chances of winning. Pictures, displays, or other representations of any prizes used in this site are not depictions or promises of the actual prizes which may differ substantially.
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?
Among the most popularly known sweepstakes in the United States were the American Family Publishers Sweepstakes (now defunct), Publishers Clearing House and Reader's Digest Sweepstakes, each of which strongly persuaded entrants to purchase magazine subscriptions by placing stickers on contest entry cardstock while promising multimillion-dollar (annuity) winners who will be "announced on TV." The American Family Publishers sweepstakes used paid advertisements during NBC's The Tonight Show to announce its grand prize winners (for many years, its celebrity spokesman was Ed McMahon). All three companies eventually paid fines and penalties to a variety of states who initiated legal actions against them. Of those three companies only Publishers Clearing House continues to use sweepstakes as a promotional device, and as recently as 2010 paid $3.5 million to settle charges that it had violated the terms of a 2001 multi-state agreement for which it was fined $34 million.[14][15]
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.

Adds Clarke: "I see some people on these sites who enter everything, and I'm like, 'Why are you doing that?' One time I think it was for a beach towel. You're spending all your time on a beach towel? I'll go get you a beach towel." Not to mention, sometimes sweepers go after a grand prize and end up with a much less appealing second or third-place options. That's how Ambrea Kuhn ended up with her worst prize: "It was one of those fold-up Frisbees. I had no idea what it was, and it flipped me in the face." Sweeper Dawn Dodge's oddest prize was a bacon-scented alarm clock iPhone accessory. (She doesn't own an iPhone.)
Enter the Guitar Center Presents The Bohemian Rhapsody Sweepstakes by October 10, 2018, for your chance to win a trip for two to New York for a private VIP screening of the movie Bohemian Rhapsody on October 30, 2018. This prize includes round-trip airfare for two; a one-night stay in a hotel; tickets to the film; ground transport whilst in New York City to/from airport/hotel; a signed Vox amplifier; a Bohemian Rhapsody engraved Shure microphone; a Queen Vinyl album collection set; and Bohemian Rapsody film soundtrack on CD. Enter today for your chance to win this $3,700 musical getaway! Good luck!

No purchase or payment is necessary to enter or to win. Participants are not required to opt in to Sheplers email marketing to enter. The giveaway is subject to applicable federal, state, local and municipal laws and regulations. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Sheplers also reserves the right to cancel, terminate, modify, or suspend the giveaway at any time if it determines, in its sole discretion.
Imagine if you ran marketing department at your organization and were able to get 100,000 people to try a new product using a coupon for free sample. Not only did you reach a wide base of potential customers, but you avoided expensive traditional advertising costs such as billboards, newspapers, magazines, or even radio and TV commercials. Now imagine that 5% of those 100,000 individuals ultimately decide to buy the product outright. That is 5,000 sales for the Company! Now let's take it a step further, and put some dollars behind this example. Say the product that was originally being offered as a coupon for free stuff was actually priced at $10. You do the math. Those 5000 sales are going to result in $50,000 back to the seller! Better yet, if the product is of ample quality, those consumers will recommend the product to their friends family and so on,expanding the sales exponentially.
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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.
Sweepstakes must be carefully planned to comply with local laws and curtail forms of entrant fraud and abuse. Before home computers were popular, a common method of entry was a mailed, plain 3" × 5" index card with the entrant's name and address. Massive computer-printed entries resulted in a new requirement that entries must be "hand-printed".[citation needed] Laser printers which can mimic ink pen writing are also a problem for sponsors. In most sweepstakes, entrants and their relatives must not be related to the sponsor or promoter.
Swarm, which is powered by Foursquare, recently introduced Perks, which give you discounts on purchases just for checking in. Right now, the app only partners with national retailers, but users can get discounts at stores like Famous Footwear, Calvin Klein, and Toys R' Us. Participating retailers will have little bags of money next to their name when you check in on the app, so it's pretty easy to find discounts. Swarm also gives you the option to participate in challenges, like checking into three summertime locations (like beaches or amusement parks) to win a $10,000 vacation.
5. PRIZE ACCEPTANCE: The winner may be required to complete a W9 form for tax purposes, as all tax liabilities are the sole responsibility of the winner. Consult your tax advisors and/or financial advisors regarding the tax implications. The winner may waive their right to receive a prize. Prizes are non-assignable and non-transferable. Sheplers makes no guarantee of the prize value. Failure to comply with any term or condition of these Official Rules may, at the sole discretion of Sheplers, result in the winner's disqualification and the forfeiture of his or her interest in the prize. Except where prohibited, participation in the giveaway constitutes a winner's consent to the publication of his or her name and image (pictures provided by the winner or pictures taken by Sheplers) in online promotional announcements and other promotional material from Sheplers and to the inclusion of his or her name and image in any other related publications or websites for any commercial or promotional purpose, without limitation or additional compensation.
Even if you type something like "get free stuff no scam", or even, "free stuff online without surveys" you still might end up spending hours looking up and visiting websites offering freebies by mail just to find out that the offer that you recently found is yet another scam. Without a doubt, this can get old and frustrating, and in the end, you will find yourself at your nearest retailer paying full price for the item that you initially set out to get for free.
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She's not alone. There are "sweepstakes clubs" all over the United States and Canada where sweepers meet to trade tips. At a sweepstakes club meeting in Reisterstown, Md., members listed everything they had won since the last monthly meeting: Twelve Lindt chocolate bars. $30 worth of free makeup. Three movie passes. A one-gallon tailgate jug. And the biggie at this particular meeting: $500 in cash. The club awarded that member a prize . . . for winning the biggest prize!
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). 

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.
This same contest is what exhausted Thompson enough to make her take a month-long sweeping break. She is sitting out October, but plans to start back up November 1st. "I usually back off for a few months and then hit it hard again," says Thompson, who has won almost $10,000 in prizes this year. "The burnout rate is high when you enter for four or five hours a day."
Aside from the drama, the burnout, and the potential for riches and glory, some people think sweeping is just plain fun, relaxing even. "Instead of going out with my friends this Saturday night, I literally just canceled my plans," says Nicole Tantype, a 22-year-old from St. Louis who has been sweeping for four years and estimates she's won over $4,000. "I'm gonna stay in. Little do they know I'm entering sweepstakes." She pauses and adds, "Well, they probably have a clue." Audrey Bernhard echoes the sentiment, "I hate to say it's like a gambling high, but in a way it is."
Imagine if you ran marketing department at your organization and were able to get 100,000 people to try a new product using a coupon for free sample. Not only did you reach a wide base of potential customers, but you avoided expensive traditional advertising costs such as billboards, newspapers, magazines, or even radio and TV commercials. Now imagine that 5% of those 100,000 individuals ultimately decide to buy the product outright. That is 5,000 sales for the Company! Now let's take it a step further, and put some dollars behind this example. Say the product that was originally being offered as a coupon for free stuff was actually priced at $10. You do the math. Those 5000 sales are going to result in $50,000 back to the seller! Better yet, if the product is of ample quality, those consumers will recommend the product to their friends family and so on,expanding the sales exponentially.
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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.

Google Alerts let you receive an email when new information that matches a specific search term is posted to the internet. If you set up a Google Alert for terms like "sweepstakes" and "contests," you can sit back and let notices of new sweepstakes come straight to you. Read this article for tips on setting up Google Alerts (they're free and easy).
Contest managers want a winner who promotes the brand, is excited, and will spread the word to his or her followers after winning. For social media contests especially, there's a big benefit to choosing a winner who has a decent personal following. Often the rules favor those who best represent the brand by meeting some arbitrary criteria for the "best" comment or entry.
Shopkick gives you points (or "kicks") for visiting retailers. When you walk into participating stores, all you have to do is turn on Bluetooth and enable location services and the app will add kicks that you can later redeem for gift cards. You can also get rewarded for scanning the barcode on an item, linking your Visa or MasterCard, or submitting your receipts for rebates.
Swarm, which is powered by Foursquare, recently introduced Perks, which give you discounts on purchases just for checking in. Right now, the app only partners with national retailers, but users can get discounts at stores like Famous Footwear, Calvin Klein, and Toys R' Us. Participating retailers will have little bags of money next to their name when you check in on the app, so it's pretty easy to find discounts. Swarm also gives you the option to participate in challenges, like checking into three summertime locations (like beaches or amusement parks) to win a $10,000 vacation.
UltraContest.com, UltraContest.com logo, and all UltraContest.com related marks are trademarks of UltraContest.com LLC intellectual property and/or UltraContest.com LLC affiliated companies. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. Entering any sweepstakes or contests from this site will not increase your chances of winning. Pictures, displays, or other representations of any prizes used in this site are not depictions or promises of the actual prizes which may differ substantially.

Many state lotteries also run a second chance sweepstakes in conjunction with the retail sale of state lottery scratch cards in an effort to increase consumer demand for scratch cards and to help control the litter caused by the improper disposal of non-winning lottery tickets.[16] As lottery tickets are considered to be bearer instruments under the Uniform Commercial Code, these lottery scratch card promotions can be entered with non-winning tickets that are picked up as litter.
NOTE: You will be entered into the Publishers Clearing House Win $2,500 A Week Forever Sweepstakes after you complete the online entry form and your entry is processed. There is no purchase or fee necessary to enter. If you do not want to subscribe to anything, keep clicking "Continue" and "Skip" until your entry form processes. **Upon receipt of you entry, a SuperPrize Number will be assigned to you at Publishers Clearing House headquarters. If your SuperPrize Number matches the winning Prize Number in Giveaway 11000, you will receive the $2,500 A-Week-"Forever" Prize. GRAND PRIZE: $2,500 a week will be paid for life to the winner and thereafter to one other natural person designated by the winner. Winner may elect to take a lump-sum cash payment in lieu of all weekly payments - PCH.com Publishers Clearing House Win $2,500 A Week Forever Cash Sweepstakes.  
If you do have your own website then it's generally a good idea to embed your campaign within the site. All Gleam users have the ability to embed their sweepstakes in any page that accepts basic HTML. This could be a blog post, a page on your website or on a third party site/social network that allows you to insert code. Facebook for instance will allow you to run a sweepstakes within a tab on your Facebook page.
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