Ed H won a $25 Hormel Gatherings deli tray from a Facebook contest, a Fuel Your Day cookbook from Leite's Culinaria, a $10 gift card from the Bio Steel Sportchek Score Like Connor contest, a Northeast USA Gift pack from KrollTravel, a Playmobil NHL carry case from a Playmobil Facebook contest, a 1-night stay at the Sleep Inn and Suites Medical Centre in Fargo ND from their October Facebook contest, a Connoisseur Kids Cookbook prize pack worth $75 from Pausitive Living, 3 DK Canada books worth $75, a $10 gift card from the Imobile Halloween Trick or Treat sweepstakes, and lots of food/drink prizes from RockPaperPrizes.com
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How to Win Contest of Mayors?
Online sweepstakes are an easy, fast, and free way to win all kinds of prizes, from life-changing mega sweepstakes to prizes that make sticking to your budget easier like gift cards or movie tickets. Once you've figured out how to get started, your next step is finding plenty of good, safe, and reliable sweepstakes to enter. Sweepstakes websites make this process much easier.
When you enter a sweepstakes, you run the risk of having your contact information sold to multiple mailing lists. This may be true even if the sweepstakes claims to respect your privacy, because mailing address information is not always considered "private information" such as your bank account number. Unfortunately, the truth is that there really is no such thing as a "free" when it comes to sweepstakes. In this case, you are paying for "free" prizes with your contact information, and though other profit generated by advertising. These kinds of contests are the bread-and-butter of spammers and the chances of winning anything valuable are remote. Even in cases where your privacy is supposedly guaranteed, it's quite likely that your personal information will be sold to a mailing list collector somewhere. When you enter a sweepstakes, you can expect your volume of junk mail to increase dramatically. In addition to a "spam-trap" email address, you might consider using a mailbox drop or PO Box (PO Box is cheaper) if you plan to enter a lot of sweepstakes. However, note that many internet contests now recognize most of the freebie mail services, and disallow them. One way to get around that is to have your own domain, and use an address that is easily filtered. Some contests will disallow PO Boxes, but a mail-drop address ("Suite #, etc.) is not as easily detectable.