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Please ask a question related to free entry competitions in the UK and I’ll try to answer them for you.
My promise to my visitors.
I promise that I will only feature contests, prize draws and competitions that;
- are totally free to enter.
- offer huge high value prizes.
- have no strings attached such as having to fill out lengthy questionnaires.
- do not require a purchase.
- are only available to UK residents.
- are genuine.
I research all the competitions beforehand and actually enter myself as a sort of quality control exercise.
This helps me to weed out the scam artists and marketing fiends (they do exist!).
Please help me improve this site by giving me a few questions that you feel need attention.
You can submit your question in the comment box below in and in any post.
Q: Will my free entry count ?
A: Yes, by law every entry received either free or paid must have an equal chance of being drawn as a winner.
You can see legal confirmation of this in my page named Does Anybody Ever Win Free Entry Competitions?
Q: What if submit too many times and I exceed my number of free entries?
A: If you exceed your free entries, you will get a message explaining that you have done so.
However, your previous competition entries will not be disqualified and will still have a chance to win the prize on offer.
Q: Do I have to accept marketing material in emails?
A: No and you won’t be disqualified or barred from being entered into any UK based prize draws or competitions.
Q: What if I have accepted marketing emails by accident or I am no longer interested in their products and services?
A: If you accidentally subscribe to emails from the promoters, you can un-subscribe to them in the emails they send you.
The un-subscribe link is usually found at the bottom of the email.
Q: Do I have to be a member to use this website?
A: No not at all. You can come and go as you please. No login in or membership will be required… ever!
Q: Have you won any competitions yourself?
A: Not as yet but you’ll be the first to know if I do.
By the same token, I’ve played lottery for many years and spent a small fortune to win next to nothing.
You won’t risk a penny with the competitions listed on these pages.
You should consider every free entry you submit into a competition as the equivalent of a free raffle ticket.
Q: What does Tax Free mean?
A: Cash prizes won in the UK are tax free. This means that it is not considered as an income by HMRC. However, once you deposit your winnings into a UK bank account you will be liable to pay income tax on any interest earned.