Winning all those great prizes from sweepstakes is just a matter of numbers: how many entries you can enter, how many you do enter, how many other people enter, etc. The people who consistently win prizes from sweepstakes are the people who have learned to work the numbers and find the most easily won sweepstakes. To do this, they work from a set of principles; rules that can help you find the best contests for yourself. Use these factors to find the best sweepstakes out there;
- Prizes: Focus on sweepstakes that not only offer high-value grand prizes, but offer as many 2nd, 3rd, 4th place prizes as well. Remember, each entry is a chance at winning 1 prize, and if they are giving out a lot of prizes, there will be a lot of drawings, and thus, a lot more chances for you to win. And if you want a specific prize, go after the sweepstakes that offer that prize first.
- Number of Competing Entrants: If you are the only person to enter a sweepstakes, you are going to win. If you are competing against 100 people instead of 1,000,000, your chances are much better. In other words: the smaller the sweespstakes the better chance you have at winning.
- Number of Entries: A contest that allows you to enter once is not great. One that allows you to enter once a day for 30 days is better. One that allows you to enter as often as you like is the best thing since sliced bread! You see our point.
- Length of Entry Period: In general, a shorter contest is a better contest. Everything else being equal, you want to concentrate on short contests. Short contests mean fewer people will enter. Maximizing your entries for short-contests is one of the best ways to start racking up wins.
Of course, these are just a few examples. Sweepstakers come up with their own list of factors, and they know exactly what they are looking for. If you want to learn more, click on the link below. Our Sweepstakes guide has all the insider information that can have you entering hundreds of sweepstakes per day in about as much time as it takes to watch a re-run of Seinfeld.