9 Legit Ways to Win Money Everyday

I love to enter competitions in my spare time and have been lucky enough to win some amazing prizes (including cash, the latest tech, and even the odd holiday). Some have made a career out of comping, and enter hundreds of competitions each day. While I’m sure we would all love to win the big prizes it can require a lot of effort (and luck!). But there are tons of prize draw competitions that require very little effort and give you the chance of winning a daily cash prize. Here are 9 sites that offer you the chance to win money…

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Pick my Postcode (£800+)

Register with your email & postcode for a chance to win £800+ every day. The daily winner needs to visit the site and press the ‘Collect’ button before the next draw. If the winner(s) fails to collect their prize on the day their postcode is picked, the prize pot is rolled over onto the next day. You can set up daily email reminders to make sure that you don’t forget to check!


Gener8 Ads (£100)

Sign up to Gener8 and install the browser extension. I won the Gener8 daily draw back in February and received £100 via PayPal within 24 hours! Gener8 have changed their daily competition since then and now offer the equivalent of £100 in vouchers for Netflix, Spotify and more!


Win a Dinner (£20)

Sign up to Win a Dinner to win a money (either a £30 gift card, £20 straight to your PayPal or a charity donation). New winners are drawn every day at 4pm. Any unclaimed wins rollover and are offered to another user in the next draw. I check this one everyday as my mum managed to win a £30 dinning voucher in January!


Prize Pig (up to £50)

Register for a Prize Pig account and enter the draw each day to be in with a chance of winning the daily cash prize (along with a new monthly prize of £50). Find out instantly if you’re the winner and can claim your prize through either PayPal or an e-voucher.


Free Birthdate Lottery (£10/£5)

Sign up to Birthdate Lottery for 2 chances to win money (£10/£5) everyday. A birthdate is randomly picked as a winner everyday – the winner must claim their prize via the website.


My Lucky Patch (£100)

Once you register with MyLuckyPatch you will receive patches of land and these are what give you the chance of winning £100. You’ll gain an additional bonus of 50p, and 5 new patches for every day that you visit the Lucky Patch website. However, you could also lose 50p for each day that you don’t visit. There is the opportunity to win £100 if one of your patches of land is drawn for the daily prize! Bonus tip: if you read lucky bobs daily story you can bag an extra 3 patches and increase your chances of winning!


Free National Lotto (£5 + Jackpot Draw)

Just like its name suggests, it doesn’t cost anything to enter the Free National Lotto. There’s potential to win money every day (in the Daily Draw), with the bonus 5-Ball Draw running twice a week. After registering you’ll need to select your five lucky numbers. To find out if you’ve won a prize you’ll need to check the site every day. Free National Lotto send any winnings directly to your PayPal.


Spare Room (Win The Cost of Your Rent)

Every month Spare Room cover the cost of someone’s monthly rent. And once a year someone will win the cost of their rent for a whole year! The competition is open to any UK rent-paying flat or house sharer over the age of 18. SpareRoom also like to do good and donates an equal amount of the monthly prize to Crisis (a homelessness charity).

Enter to win the cost of your rent


Freemojilottery (Prize Varies)

Pick your favourite emojis & visit freemojilottery.com daily to see if you’ve won. Any winnings will be deposited via PayPal within 10 days.


Daily winners are chosen from all registered users and will require you to claim your prize within a set period of time. Most prizes will roll over to the next day if unclaimed. All sites mentioned in this post are safe and free to use – the majority of these sites are funded by advertising. New competitions are constantly being added to my collection on beemoneysavvy.com.


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