* No purchase or payment of any kind necessary to enter or win. A purchase or payment will not increase your chance of winning. Odds of winning depend on number of eligible entries received. The Fall into Cash Sweepstakes begins on August 23, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. ET and ends on October 23, 2017, at 5:00 p.m. ET. Void where prohibited. Open to legal residents of the 50 U.S./D.C., ages 18+. One entry per person daily in addition to 30 bonus entries available during the sweepstakes period. See official rules for details. Three winners will be randomly selected on or around October 27, 2017. The grand prize winner will receive a check for $5,000 dollars. The second prize winner will receive a check for $500. The third prize winner will receive a check for $250. Approximate retail value of all prizes is $5,750. Sponsor: Quicken Loans Inc. 1050 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48226. Subject to full rules available here.

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?


Almost SIX years! I’ve gotten everything from household items such as laundry soap to personal care items like deodorant and shampoo, clothes for me and my kids. I even got a free mattress – twice!! Many freebie sites such as GOFreebies give the runaround and claim they’ll send samples when in reality they DO NOT. Gofreebies does list some real samples, but it’s so hard to figure out how to actually get them and they mislead us into believing they have “warehouses full of free stuff to give away.” That is just not true. That’s not how freebie sites work. Real free sites may do giveaways (such as sweepstakes which have a limited number of prizes to random winners), but mostly they aggregate offers from real companies who are offering free samples or free things, or they may figure out ways to get free things in stores using specific coupons on items on sale so the item ends up being free. In short, most of the websites on this list are not actually very good!
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Purchasing does not improve your chances of winning. The Dream Big Sweepstakes is open to residents of the 50 United States and D.C., age 18 or older. Void outside the United States, in Puerto Rico, and wherever else prohibited by law. Sweepstakes begins at 12:00:01 AM ET on 6/01/18 and ends at 11:59:59 PM ET on 11/30/18. Drawings held on/about 9/14/18 and 12/14/18. Click here for Sweeps Facts and Official Rules. Sponsor: TI Media Solutions Inc., 225 Liberty St., New York, NY 10281.
FanDuel is more than just fantasy sports. It’s the best way to watch the games, win real cash, and bring the action right into your living room. After each contest ends, the tentative winners are announced (generally by the following day) but remain subject to final verification. The players in each contest who accumulate the most fantasy points and comply with eligibility requirements and applicable rules will win prizes as set out in the posted contest details. Prizes are added to the winning player's account balance. In the event of a tie, the prize is divided evenly between the tied players, unless otherwise specified. On Fanduel you can win cash without even paying a cent. From Big Game Bingo to Bracket Pick'em to our regular free play contests. Plenty of options to play for free.
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
You, average reader, have probably entered a sweepstakes at some point in your life, but generally tune them out, assuming that no one ever really wins a lifetime supply of Victoria's Secret lingerie or pricey diamond studs. But that's where you'd be wrong. This year alone, Wendy Limauge, the proprietor of Sweeties Sweeps, has won a car (her second) and a trip valued at $10,000. Other sweepers have won visits to movie sets, thousands of dollars in cash, and the chance to meet celebrities.

Sweepstakes with large grand prizes tend to attract more entries regardless of the odds of winning. Therefore, the value of smaller prizes usually total much less than that of the top prize. Firms that rely on sweepstakes for attracting customers, such as Publishers Clearing House and Reader's Digest, have also found that the more involved the entry process, the more entrants. Businesses often obtain marketing information about their customers from sweepstakes entries. Here, products are for free as well as company does not ask for specific knowledge for giving the answers in the contests.
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.
Announcing your winners is a great way to let everyone know that your sweepstakes has come to a close and publicly reward your winners in an engaging and personal way. In the immediate aftermath of your contest you don't want to neglect the other entrants, so consider using your announcement as an opportunity to offer all your users a bonus reward or promote your other upcoming contests.
"A lot of companies don't like sweepstakers. They think they make for poor engagement," says Contest Queen's Carolyn Wilman. Thompson says she has seen giveaways on Instagram banning sweeping-only accounts. But sweepers argue that they're consumers too, and are just as likely as anyone else to try new products or pass on recommendations to friends.
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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.
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.

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. 
10. Disputes: Entrant agrees that: (a) any and all disputes, claims and causes of action arising out of or connected with this Sweepstakes or any prizes awarded shall be resolved individually, without resort to any form of class action, and exclusively by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan (Southern Division) or the appropriate Michigan State Court located in Oakland County, Michigan; and (b) any and all claims, judgments and awards shall be limited to actual out-of-pocket costs incurred, including costs associated with entering any Sweepstakes, but in no event attorneys' fees. All issues and questions concerning the construction, validity, interpretation and enforceability of these Official Rules, or the rights and obligations of the entrant and Sponsor in connection with the Sweepstakes, shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of the State of Michigan, without giving effect to any choice of law or conflict of law rules (whether of the State of Michigan or any other jurisdiction), which would cause the application of the laws of any jurisdiction other than the State of Michigan.
In the United States, sweepstake sponsors are very careful to disassociate themselves from any suggestion that players must pay to enter, or pay to win, as this would constitute gambling. Sweepstakes typically involve enticements to enter a consumer promotion with prizes that range from substantial wins such as cars or large sums of money to smaller prizes that are currently popular with consumers. There should be no monetary cost to the entrant (although some sweepstakes require entrants to subscribe to a promotional mailing list, potentially exposing the entrant to an increase in junk mail, spam email, or telemarketing calls) and sweepstakes winners should also not be required to pay any kind of fee to receive their prizes.[12]
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).
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.
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).

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."


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."

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For those of you who are new to this site, let me tell you a bit about myself: I love to enter online sweepstakes and I love to win, even if it's something small like a movie ticket or a football. I spend hours each day finding and entering contests on the web and I've won lots of prizes. I have won trips, Xbox 360s (2 of them), electronics, books, games and much more. Every once in a while something turns up in my email box telling me I've won another contest and sometimes I'm surprised when I pick up my regular mail and find a prize parcel that has arrived unannounced. It's a lot of fun.
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