Find any sweepstakes to enter. It's not too hard to find sweepstakes. You can enter them at the grocery store, at the bank, at fundraisers, or on the internet. You might even get invitations to enter sweepstakes in the mail! You probably want to enter most of these sweepstakes of course, but if you're really serious about winning, you need to actively seek out sweepstakes.
The HGTV Urban Oasis 2019 Sweepstakes will award one Grand Prize Winner a Scandinavian-inspired dream home located in Minneapolis, Minnesota that is featured in the “HGTV Urban Oasis 2019” special that includes home furnishings, fixtures, artwork, and merchandise (ARV: $716,164). In lieu of taking title to the HGTV Urban Oasis home (and the contents of the HGTV Urban Oasis), winner will have the option of receiving $300,000 cash.
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If you're going to enter online sweepstakes, consider getting a separate email account just to use for those entries. You'll still have to sift through spam, but it won't be in your personal account. Moreover, having more than one email will come in handy for internet sweepstakes. if you do not have an email, or more than one, create two or three. Enter a different email in each entry, if possible. This will help if you cannot enter more than once with the same email.
The Orvis Barbour Range Rover 2019 Sweepstakes will award one Grand Prize Winner a fully restored 1995 Range Rover County Classic Long Wheel Base (LWB) vehicle. FIRST PRIZE: An exclusive Men’s 125 Year Anniversary Orvis Barbour Beauchamp Jacket. Winner may substitute for an Orvis Gift Card of equivalent value. ARV: $629. SECOND PRIZE: An exclusive Women’s 125 Year Anniversary Orvis Barbour Bedale Jacket. Winner may substitute for an Orvis Gift Card of equivalent value. ARV: $629. 7 THIRD PRIZES (1 per month): A $500 Orvis Gift Card.
Space out your entries. Assuming that the number of times you can enter is constrained, either by the rules or by your budget, don't send in or drop in all your entries at one time. Wait a few days or weeks (depending on the contest) between entries so that when the entries get mixed together you've got a better chance of one of your entries landing on top.