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Win Your Way To Wealth : Win Competitions and Sell Your Prizes Online Paperback – 16 Oct 2008

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Can be really helpful to anyone who hasn't tried comping yet...and it's well written and easy to read. -- prize-competitions.com

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In October 2008 alone, Debbie won a big box of Mexican food (which kept her family fed for a week), two theatre tickets for Beauty and the Beast (which her daughter thoroughly enjoyed), plus several books and DVDs which she sold online to raise extra cash. Earlier successes included a brand new bike and £500 worth of toystore vouchers!

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Very thorough and informative 25 Jun. 2012
By Faye L. Bowring - Published on Amazon.com
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This is about my fourth "how to" book on sweeps, contests, etc. and thus there is a lot of good advice, tips, and warnings that I have read in the other three "how to" books. That said, I still gave Debbie Loton a decent rating because if this is your first or second book on winning, then she will have scads of information that you will find useful even for those who do not live in UK. One of the subject matters she does go into more than the previous books I read is how to sell your unwanted prize winnings. She also provides a very generous amount of abreviations and definitions of words that could be used in the rules and regulations or at forums, blogs, etc. so that you aren't scratching your head trying to figure out what the seasoned compers or sweepers are talking about.

If you already own several "how to" books on the subject, I would advise you to pass on this one. But if you are a beginner or in a quandry as to whether you should even begin this hobby, then this book would probably be one that you should read.
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