Sudocrem has launched their ground-breaking Facebook Treasure Hunt, where there are still 2 xiPad minis and loads of other top prizes to be won.
The campaign has been so successful that Sudocrem are in fact going to run a second treasure hunt with a further 10 x iPad minis to give away from 8th July – 16th August.
It’s really fun and easy to use!
There are 40,000 areas to dig within one of four virtual environments – The Forest, The Beach, The Park & The Lake. That’s a 1 in 5 chance of winning! You can gain up to 6 ‘digs’ when you share the competition and invite your Facebook friends to play as well
So what are you waiting for? Get playing!
I did not have a lot of luck winning any big prizes but I did win a money off voucher, which will help with my next purchase. I was digging in the Forest area.
Here is a list of other prizes which can be won:
5,903 x printable money off SAHC, Sudocrem Sunscreen Mousse & Moisturising Mousse coupons
2,000 x 2 FOR 1 Chessington World Of Adventures tickets
50 Bunny Puppets RRP £12.99 each
30 x Love to Swaddle UP suits worth £20 each
5 x Family of 4 Pass tickets for Chessington (valid for 1 day only)
2 x Annual Family Merlin Passes worth £500 each
2 x iPad Minis left for this moment worth £269 each but there will be 10 more!
February came and went, leaving me with few more lovely winnings. It was a shorter month and we had company for over a week, so comping time was limited, even more than it usually is.
In total I received 26 wins/freebies/samples.
My best win from February was: £100 cash from the Aviva Facebook competition. It was decided with a tie-breaker – the topic: What would you spend this extra money on? I believe there were a total of 20 winners.
One day my lovely postman delivered to me a huge envelope. As I was not expecting anything of this size, it was a nice surprise. After digging into it I discovered a huge bundle of BizzyBee products – a selection of different types of rubber gloves, sponges, scrapers, cloths, all useful stuff – from Your Home Magazine. A very nice and much needed win. It will last me for a loooong time.
Looking back at February I know that you have to be in it, to win it. More you enter = more you win, but even with very limited time when you organize yourself to maximise it, you can still stay in the game and hopefully win what you wish for.
For all the compers out there – stay frosty and wait for your postman!
I knew that following 2012 with wins will be hard but January was very kind to me and it for sure stand up to this test.
In total I received 37 wins/freebies/samples.
My best win from January was: £100 cash from Wonga in their Cash Friday Facebook competition, followed closely by £75 from Promod credit from their advent competition run back in December 2012 (I did not spend this money as yet, still waiting for the summer collection)
Mark declared his favourite was an ETI SuperFast Cooking Thermapen a digital Thermometer, which was the runner up prize in a recipe competition.
Unfortunately I also had a couple of “wasted” wins – 3 x £8 discount codes from TomTom. I asked them if there is an option of combining them, (unfortunately costumer service never got back to me on this one). I tried to give them away to fellow compers but there were no takers. This happens from time to time.
In February 2012 I spotted a competition from Triton Showers on Facebook to win an electric shower. At this time we had our second bathroom unused, ready for renovation, so I decided to enter the competition.
On 20-02-2012 I received my first ever winning email Subject: YOU WON THE TRITON SHOWERS T80Z FF COMPETITION!
I was over a moon! This was so easy. 1 entry and boooom, I’ve won!
After this, I started to look around the internet for websites which would help me find some more competitions to enter.
Firstly I stumbled upon:
– Loquax, which I have used ever since, despite all the changes happening to the website
– Hot UK Deals – good for deals but I never took to using it for competitions
These were my main sources for new competitions.
A few months later, after it all started, one of my Laquax friends advised me to be more active on the forum in order to “see” all the content, which was out there. I took this advice seriously and after a few days I had a whole new “magic tab” to look at, with mainly email or magazine competitions – it was like a Christmas morning.
Sometime during the course of the year I discovered Twitter and with this discovery a few extra sources of daily excitement: