I didn’t know where to find contests, how to speed up the entry process, how to choose the right contests that gave me the greatest chances of winning, the mistakes to avoid (I made some big ones!) and so forth.
Where to find them, how to enter, the mistakes to avoid, which ones were easier to win, the in’s and out’s and more.
In addition to smaller prizes, they win handfuls of gift certificates, expensive trips, large cash prizes and even brand new cars.
By using their sweeping skills and insider knowledge, they’re able to enter hundreds of sweepstakes in just an hour a day.
They know every secret, every shortcut, every website and every tool needed to win, win big and win often.
Annalisa says, “So here’s my dirty little secret. I am a "sweeper," as aficionados call it. Entering sweepstakes is a hobby for me and 55 million other Americans. But it’s a hobby that frequently pays off. Among many other prizes, I’ve won a Toyota Prius, three trips to the Caribbean and one to space camp, jewelry, spa treatments, gift cards and cash.”
Jennifer won stacks and stacks of gift cards including $1000 Merry Maids, $500 check from Reader’s Digest, a home theater system, $1,000 check from Kewl Cash, appliances and cookware, DVD’s, makeup, $7,500 cash and a brand new Toyota Camry.”
Dianne won £300,000 in prizes including an all-expenses paid trip to Brazil, a new car and £7,500 cash.
Carol says, “I have met some wonderful special friends through comping(sweepstakes), one in particular who has become like family to me. It’s great to share competitions and encourage one another.”
Patti has won tons of trips, riding in the pace car at a NASCAR event, throwing out the first pitch at a Cubs game and playing golf with the pros.
Steve won a trip to Las Vegas and a $12,000 check, $6,000 from Nestle, trips to Paris, Lapland to meet the real Father Christmas, Australia and Bulgaria.
Rachael said she never used to win anything through the usual methods, but when she started searching for specific prizes and changing the filter… it opened up so many smaller, less obvious comps. Since then she’s won tons!
Lorraine won a champagne breakfast on the Concorde, a brand new Toyota Prius, a trip from Europe to Florida, a personal trainer for a month, £5,000 in vouchers. Plus she was featured on television, treated like a celebrity, had another entire trip paid for, met famous people in the “green room” and a whole lot more.
Wendy won a truck, several luxury trips and numerous smaller prizes. And a $25,000 trip to France where I stayed in a 400 year old castle and received $6,500 in spending money.
And if you’ve been told (like I was) that entering sweepstakes is a waste of time, then I’ve got great news for you:
What you know and how you use that knowledge will give you a far greater edge than the luckiest charm.
Simply knowing WHERE to find these sweepstakes and HOW to enter can make a tremendous difference in how often you win.
There are even sites that will do the bulk of the entering for you – but choose wisely or you won’t be winning anything of value.
There is even an entire sweepstakes community where you can get the inside track on many sweepstakes, share tips with others, make new friends for life and get the encouragement and motivation to continue winning for years to come.
There are effective strategies known only to ‘professional’ sweepers that increase your odds and help you to win more fantastic prizes.
You’ll discover how to speed up your entry process, advanced strategies consistent winners use, and previously undisclosed tactics that help you take action and start winning fast.
Trips and vacations: These might range from simple weekend getaways to round-the-world trips and everything in between. I’ve even seen month long luxury trips with all expenses paid, plus $10,000 in spending cash!
Electronics: The newest and biggest TV’s, computers, stereos, smartphones, camera systems, iPads, iPhones and a lot more.
Personal care: Spa treatments, spa vacations, make-up, make-overs, haircuts for a year, new wardrobes and too much to list.
Gift cards and certificates: These are usually for a specific store or website, and they can range from a few bucks to a few thousand dollars.
Smaller stuff: Books, t-shirts, hats, watches, jewelry, pet products and just about anything you can think of.
Cash: Okay, it might actually be a check made out to you, and these can vary from $25 to thousands of dollars. I’ve seen sweepstakes winners get $10,000 paydays and higher – not bad for a 10 second entry.
Things for the home: New appliances, new siding, new roofs, a complete home remodel worth $50,000 to $100,000 and a lot more.
New cars, trucks and motorcycles: Imagine winning a brand new model, fresh off the showroom floor. I’ve seen just about every make and model imaginable in these sweepstakes. Somebody is going to win these cars, trucks and motorcycles – why not you?
I’ve barely scratched the surface with this list, but it gives you a good idea of what’s waiting for you if you know how to get it.
There are hundreds of sweepstakes you can enter every single day of the year, when you know where to find them.
We’ll show you how NOT to get disqualified. Imagine winning a big prize and then having it taken away from you – it can happen if you don’t know what you’re doing.
Or you can grab my book and instantly shave off a six month learning curve, going straight from newbie to sweeping ‘pro’ in just days.
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