Where Can I Find Competitions
You've already found the best place for online competitions - Loquax - but we would say that as we are biased! In fairness things have changed on the site since 2013 when we made massive changes to our listings service and passed the responsibility for listings to our users. Our priorities also changed at that time and we no longer aimed to be the UK's best competition site.
However, that doesn't mean we're not good! You can still find 100s of competitions to enter via our Competition Listings! Our amazing users post competitions daily so that means loads of new prizes to try and win. For specific prizes take a look at our Prize Directory. For those of you who like Facebook, Twitter, Blog and other types of competitions, then we can help you with those in our Comp Style Directory.
Our site boasts a brilliant tracker system too so that you can mark off the comps you've done and ignore the ones you don't like.
List Of UK Competition Sites
We're not the only competition portal or service online. Other sites, like Loquax, have their good and bad points so our advice is go and check them out and see if the grass is greener. Our only advice to you is don't pay for lists of online competitions!
Here are some of the sites we feel are worth a look
- Loquax Competitions - start here!!
- Super Lucky - competition blog by Di Coke
- MSE Compers - lots of competitions with tracker
- The Prize Finder - updates daily with 100s of competitions
- Competition Database - facebook, twitter and blog listings
- Compers News - UK's only comping magazine plus forum
There are a lot more listing sites out there but with the above and ourselves you should have more than enough to keep you busy!
Searching For Competitions?
If you still want more competitions then the best advice is search for them using Google.
Suggested 'Key Words' to look for when using Google include Competitions, Contests, Sweepstakes, Prize Draws, Surveys, Tiebreakers and combinations like "March 2020" "prize draw".
If the Search Engine allows for a second word as a 'filter' - it may be useful to include 'UK' to narrow the search results down to a more managable size.
Offline competitions can be found in magazines, newspapers, supermarkets, on labels of products - keep looking and you'll soon have a trained eye for words like 'Prize' and 'Win'!
There's also Facebook and Twitter to consider now too.