Advantages Selection of surveys to fill in to have a chance of winning a good range of prizes
Disadvantages Get junk email as a result
My Offers is yet another website for all the competition addicts out there (and I’m sure there are many!), with a range of competitions every month. It’s very easy to navigate, designed with navigation buttons down the left hand side, in a nice array of pastel colours!The categories of prizes are:
· Holiday and Travel – at the moment this includes a week in the Greek islands (haven’t entered this though as I have no passport!) and a trip to Eurodisney.
· Cash – some of these are for charities where you can win £250 for yourself and £250 for your chosen charity.
· Cars – including a Toyota Yaris
· Electrical – including cameras, a camcorder, a cordless phone, and DVD players
· Lucky Dip – including a BUPA health screen (which I don’t want to win as it would scare me!)
There are over 30 different prizes on offer at the moment. Many of these prizes will also be on offer again next month, but since I have not yet won anything so far, I am more than happy to enter them again and again. I am confident that I will win one day – someone has to after all! You never know, I might even win the car.Unlike theprizefinder.com, for example, My Offers does not link to other sites for you to enter the competitions. Each one is entered on the my offers webiste, simply by filling in a survey. These are very easy to fill in, and don’t take too many minutes. There’s also a new feature on the site which can also save time, as since many of the competitions from month to month are sponsored by the same companies, there is an automatic re-entry feature, where you don’t have to type in all your information again. Indeed, the site itself, since it doesn’t link to any other websites, is generally pretty speedy, with only a few occasional hiccups – which means you’ll probably be able to fill in all the surveys during a lunch break. There are no difficult questions to answer either, unlike most competitions - it really is just a case of putting in details.
You can see on the site when you’ve entered a particular competition, as it will be marked with a big red tick. No entering twice to double your chances (unless of course you sign up with another email address – I do this sometimes and enter giving my mum’s name and address details). To use this site, you need to log on each time with your email address and password – it’s a very quick and painless procedure!There are very few restrictions on the competitions – this month, I have come across only one that I was ineligible to enter, and that was because it was for over 40s. I was a bit miffed because it was to win £1000, but I got my own back, as there was one which was just for students to enter. I’ve just checked the terms and conditions too, and it says that you have to be 18 or over to enter – but I’m sure all the under 18s could enter for their parents.
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