UK Competitions

Win! Win! Win some more!

Do you ever sit and watch TV and see the huge prizes with exotic holidays and massive cash prizes on offer? They sound great but always seem to come with a premium rate phone call as an entry fee. Did you know you can enter to win these huge prizes for free?

For example, while the big number splashes across the screen for your premium rate entry for the day’s Good Morning Britain competition, there’s almost always a chance to enter the competition online on the web. The same goes for the viewer’s This Morning competition – find out more at entercompetitionsonline.co.uk about how to enter for free.

Gadget Filled Lounge

Some ‘professional compers’ kit out their homes with their prizes!

It does tend to be daytime TV shows that offer the biggest prizes, so if you want a rundown on the current prize draws running, check out the TV network websites.

There’s also a number of big sites that are run by companies that only do free competitions like Get Me A Ticket at getmeaticket.co.uk. You can often win prizes that are just as big as the TV shows offer, but where the real chance lie are in the smaller competitions like the daily prizes which attract less entries, meaning your chance of winning is greater!

While the holiday competitions and big cash prizes attract tens or even hundreds of thousands of entries, some of the smaller ones like kitchen gadgets only attract a few hundred entries. By all means enter the big ones, as someone has to win, but take the time to enter a wide range of prize draws, after all, every additional contest you enter means your odds of winning something get better! Some even give you the chance to reduce the cost of daily life, like www.SupermarketCompetitions.co.uk to contribute towards the cost of your grocery shopping.

The one thing to remember, though, is that there are thousands of free draws out there waiting for you, so you never need dial a premium rate number again!

 

Get Me A Ticket are running a competition to win an amazing Kindle Fire HD tablet. Unlike the original Kindle range, the Fire models act more like tablets like the iPad. Of course, they’re still able to read Kindle books, so whether you’re a fiction fan or looking for a reference book such as self help title such as Susan Jeffers Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway, you’ll be able to settle down with the device for a quiet reading session as well as surf the web or play games.

As the name suggests, the device comes with a high definition (HD) display, and is, of course, touch screen to make the experience really straightforward and intuitive. Connectivity comes from the Kindle’s built in wifi, so you can buy your books from the comfort of your armchair as well as catch up on the latest news and sport with the device’s built in web browser.

You’ll get at least 16 gigabytes of storage to use, along with Amazon’s specially designed cloud storage service, which is a techie way of referring to more storage that you can access over the web. There’s no danger of the battery dying half way through a movie either with up to 11 hours of use from a single charge.

You can enter the competition to win your very own Kindle Fire HD here.