Win Kindle or Nook
November is a month of gratitude, and we're thankful for all of our wonderful subscribers! Because of you we're able to bring discounted and free ebooks to thousands of readers every day. So to show our appreciation, we're giving away 10 ereaders to help 10 lucky bookwyrms read all the free ebooks they've been scoring! All you need to do is fill in your details in the online form in the website to go in teh draw. The giveaway ends on Thanksgiving evening, so start sharing now!
ReviewWin Kindle or Nook is a competition by My Book Cave and has a prize pool of $5,000 for 10 prizes. Nice overall value of the prize in this comp. Free to enter is best! If you'd like to raise your odds while helping another bookwrym find amazing ebook deals, make sure to share your referral URL that will appear after you enter, and you'll gain 10 additional entries for each person who signs up through it. We know they'll love our daily ebook deals as much as you do! This is really good competition for a book lovers like you.
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Tips for joining a Random draw CompetitionCheck out the overview of contest types to learn more on how to enter and find similar contests. Lucky draw or random draw competitions where the winning is based entirely on chance. The winner is determined in a raffle draw where all entries have the same chance. This is the most common form of Australian competitions. One big advantage is that entry is very simple. You just sign up with your contact details and your in the draw to win the prize. Sometimes you have the possibility of several entries which you can do to increase your chances. Or you get the rest of your family to sign up as well to increase your chances to win even more. Because participation is so easy you should sign up to many of them and indeed some compers have a routine to sign up with half a dozen random draw raffle competitions every day. In Australia random draw competitions are actually tightly regulated by the law at state or territory level. Legally these competitions are called trade promotion lottery. These law protects us as consumers as they are made to ensure the terms are not misleading and the prizes are really given out as stated. Also the authorities looking after these licences follow up if there are serious complaints about an errant organizer of such a competition. Given that you may win really high value prizes like $10,000 or even $100,000 cash, a $20,000 holiday or cars worth above $50,000 this really makes a lot of sense. To read more you can read our blog on rules for Australia trade promotion lotteries.
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