UKwins is one of the most popular amongst those who have little time to enter online competitions as they provide some of the answers and
the links direct to them. They also provide e-mail links which not only have
the answer, but which have the e-mail all ready for you to just
add your name, address and telephone number. I find it most helpful because of their
comprehensive daily competitions listing and daily e-mail service. There is a great search
facility for finding those prizes you really want. Visit www.ukwins.co.uk for more information.
Comp Hunter offers visitors a one stop source of free online competitions. Users can also enjoy the karma of sharing with fellow compers by submitting
others. By doing so users can earn their Karma points. Other ways to earn these include making a comment and sharing within this
community. They can then be redeemed for real life rewards. Providers of contests can also submit their own.
They are listed by most recent, top today, yesterday, last week and last month. In addition they list categories such as fashion and beauty, food and drink, books,
music, film, money, vouchers, gadgets, home, garden, toys, games and holidays to make entering so much easier. The links take you directly to those running the contest.
Top tags highlight the most popular and when borntoloaf wrote this review these includes cash, ipad, holiday and luxury.
The Grape Vine is a monthly publication run by Jane Willis, a long term comper and frequent contributor to comping
magazines. It gives up-to-the-minute advice on as many new postal ones as possible, along with solutions where needed. There are
lists of previous tiebreakers, general comping news and the chance to advertise local clubs and unwanted
prizes. Subscribers may also take advantage of the entry form swap service and a mid-month update for those
last-minute comps. You can claim a free sample copy at www.compersgrapevine.co.uk
Brita Bevis is an inspiration to all compers and those entering online. Over the year's Brita Bevis has won an incredible array of prizes, including
4 cars and 49 holidays. Her winnings continue to grow on a weekly basis. So how does she do it?
What's the secret and more importantly how can you start?
Brita shares her success and tips in her comping handbook of which you can read samples
on her site.
MyOffers has a range of prizes from cars, the latest technology devices and cash prizes. There are dozens listed which are easily found in their
latest and closing date sections as well as sections such as travel, motoring, money, lifestyle and household. Previous winners and their comments can be read on their site along with an archive of this year's. Visit www.myoffers.co.uk
Itchy City are aimed at the 18 to 35 age group. Itchy City is a fun online entertainment guide which provides its readers with down to earth reviews on a range of subjects. It has a range of prizes ranging from televisions and entertainment systems, DVDs, food, hampers, clothes, shopping vouchers and digital cameras.
An additional benefit of Itchy City that you may find of benefit is that they work with well-known UK brands through their channel to provide readers weekly offers. Visit www.itchycity.co.uk
A newsletter competition is perhaps the easiest that can be entered and real people do receive these real prizes. All you usually have to do to enter
is to add your name and e-mail address to a mailing list. You'll then be sent their regular newsletter which can be weekly, monthly or even yearly. So the only disadvantage
is that you will receive more e-mails in your inbox. It is worth reading these newsletters though because often the winner will be announced within and sometimes the organiser
expects them to contact them to make arrangements to receive their prize.