Better Homes and Gardens Sweepstakes
Some examples of the prizes you can win through the daily sweepstakes are candles and lamps, blankets and throws, tablecloths and other kitchenware, rugs, pillows, wreaths and gift cards. There are also plenty of cash prize sweeps that often are given a home or shopping theme such as $5000 cash to makeover a room in your home or a $15,000 Black Friday shopping spree sweepstakes. For most of them, you can enter more than once but you're limited to one entry per day and according to the rules I've seen, you need to be 21 years of age to enter. There are also links to some of the other sweeps for magazines that are published by the same company such as Midwest Living, Scrapbooks Etc., Traditional Home and Disney's FamilyFun.
There is a daily sweepstakes to win kitchen and cooking prizes. On the sweeps page are banners from sponsors with current shopping offers, as well as, contests and sweeps from those companies. Contests could include submitting recipes or essays to win prizes such as school and quilting supplies, furniture, home makeovers, craft supplies and trips.
One possible negative for some people could be the popups when you visit the site. But a pop-ups blocker could filter this out if you choose to install one for your web browser.
It's easy to enter at the Better Homes and Gardens website. You'll find a link to the sweepstakes section at the top of the page. There, you'll find links and banners that will take you to the daily sweepstakes, as well as, the most current sweeps and contests. You will need to give your email address to be informed of a win. Along with these updates, you will most likely receive emails with magazine subscription offers. This may annoy some people but I haven't found the frequency of these emails to be too much to handle. Good luck!
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