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Blog Websites 1,381 Dinners won so far!

1,381 Dinners won so far!

by Chris | Competitions, Freebies, Giveaways, Websites

Like PMP? Winadinner.com is our other site, and Like PMP, it’s an advertiser-funded daily draw site. Unlike PMP, we give away 3 dinners a day, from favourites like Nandos, Pizza Express, Jamie’s Italian. Sounds good right? Sign up here!

At 4pm every day 3 winners are selected, a daily reminder email goes out, and winners can claim a choice of £30 restaurant vouchers, a 3 month Simply Cook membership, or just £20 via PayPal if you haven’t got any of the restaurant options nearby… Or you just can’t be bothered to go out. There’s even an option to “Double & Donate” £60 to a food charity (currently FareShare). If you don’t claim before the next 4pm draw, your dinner (or “leftovers”) go to a new winner. There are currently 11 dinner winners!

In amongst the “dinner winners” are food offers which should satisfy your hunger if you’re not a winner this time. And, unofficially, Winadinner.com has become the go-to place for terrible food jokes… Have a look in the Facebook comments! We regularly suffer eruptions of laughter in the office.

WAD has been a little neglected by us – what with the GDPR and nasty legal stuff. The worst of this seems to be over so it’s time to celebrate the good stuff, and we’re super proud of it. So far we’ve given away 1,381 dinners and the more mouths join, the more mouths we can feed.

Bon appetit!

Chris et l’équipe x

PS. Don’t forget out other “sister” site Freemoji Lottery, which so many seem to have… The current prize pot is up to $880! That’s 43 rollovers. Ouch!