• mariposaman

    You should make it clear when you talk about legalities which country you are in. Laws vary between Canada and USA.

    The term sweepstakes to differentiate it from contests seems to be an American term. In Canada everything is termed a contest with a few exceptions.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=736217673 Serena Debolt Hay

    Great post. The only thing I really pay for is postage for my non-purchase entries which when you think about the prize amount you may win, a sixy cent stamp or two is not a big deal at all!

  • http://www.facebook.com/todd.reaves.35 Todd Reaves

    I have been playing for sweepstakes to long from 3 year and 2 month from now so i know i feel like a millionaires but it not it is billionaires so it tell me it last days isn’t impossibly cause i was trying to hurry up and finished it so i am having plm with my cell is burning up my phone so i am trying to finished it today because i know that i am feeling that it coming toe as i hit alot moneys for many times before so i knew i feel rich but not poor as am richer cause i am a billionaires so was told many peoples to sir or ma’am that to keep your look out for a *DEAF GUY* it would be me by: TODD REAVES and thank you for pch search and winner so much mean alot to mean you all… :)

  • Southern Belle

    You should never pay to enter a sweepstakes. If you are asked for money, it is a scam. I enter and win all the time. you can get my sweepstakes advice here. http://www.thesweepstakessouthernbelle.com/