Christmas is a busy time, it's also an expensive one.
For years, savvy consumers have targeted competitions as a way of scoring stocking-fillers, and 2021 is no different - except for one difference. Timing.
From November we urge our members to seek out competitions with multiple, smaller prizes. These are not only easier to win, but also have a much better chance of being delivered before the big day.
Christmas prizes arriving in early January hardly have the same impact.
This year there are reports of lengthy delays in deliveries of all types, and prizes will be no different.
Competitions Guide is urging all entrants to hone in on competitons ending on or before the 12th of December.
Equally we are suggesting companies running competitions do not delay in drawing, judging and delivering prizes.
Top 5 Tips for Winning this Christmas:
- Look for Competitions with the most prizes on offer
- Make sure the end date is before Sunday December 12th
- Read the terms, some competitions allow daily entries
- Look out for flash competitions that start and end quickly
- Check your emails frequently for winning notifications
Craig Seitam from CompetitionsGuide.com.au has a final insider secret. "Sundays have always been the main day of the week for closing competitions. A lot of competitions with large prize numbers often haven't allocated prizes evenly and will use the last day or two for catch up."
This Christmas, www.CompetitionsGuide.com.au has well over 180,000 prizes on offer. That’s a lot of presents under heaps of trees.
For interviews, Craig Seitam can be contacted on 0416 160 080 or [email protected]
CompetitionsGuide.com.au is Australia's favourite competition website, listing over 300 new competitions every month, and updated every day of the year.
Craig Seitam, appears regularly in the media discussing all aspects of how Aussies can win competitions regularly.