The Windough Sweepstakes System: How to Win Online Sweepstakes Over and Over Again Forever! Kindle Edition
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Microsoft held a weeks-long spring and summer sweepstakes promotion by text message entry for it's Zune products for students at colleges that were Microsoft partners. Daily entries were allowed. I set a reminder to enter daily and I did. I won five 8GB Zunes (First Prizes) and six $25 Visa Gift Cards (Second Prizes). There were only 12 Zunes available - I really wanted one of the 3 XBox 360s (Grand Prizes)!
Keeping my eye out for that sweepstakes - daily entry by text message only by college students at Microsoft partner universities for a couple months late in the term. The eligible entrants were few and my odds good!
I've done the same with free t-shirt drawings (TBS, Conan) I won 5 in just two days of trying. Here, speed, multiple browsers and Google Toolbar auto-fill features came in handy!
I honestly don't have much time or patience, but I am winning a couple sweepstakes a year with minimal effort. Using some of the sites in the book, I have made some progress in larger contests with a minor prize here and there, but I applied the general advice about real world and online sweepstakes in order to apply it to my lifestyle. I can't devote time (or manage to focus long enough) to try to win at the sake of my day job. Some day I may have free time and it would be more productive than Pogo!
THAT SAID, for the time I HAVE put into sweepstakes, probably an hour over the last year or so, I think I've done pretty well! Thanks Scott!
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