It's now November and there's another chance for you to win cash on my UK money blog!
Below you will be able to enter my blog giveaway for a chance to win £20 from my PayPal account directly to yours. Every month at the moment I give away a cash prize, so keep an eye on my blog for so many chances to win big!
There are also Amazon giveaways too, so lots of great prizes at the moment.
On my @lyliarose Twitter account there's also a chance to win a ferry trip for two. That giveaway ends on 17th November so don't miss out!
Win money in my cash giveaway!
This is the place where you can win £20 to spend on anything as I'll simply transfer £20 cash from my PayPal account to yours!
This giveaway runs for the whole month so you have plenty of chances to win.
There are one-off entry options, but there are also lots of entry options you can come back and do each day to increase your chances of winning, such as reading a new blog post of mine or retweeting a different tweet of mine.
I've recently had a lucky reader win three of my giveaways, so it's definitely worth returning and trying your luck as much as possible!
All winners are picked at random by Rafflecopter so every entry counts. How amazing they have managed to win at random three times!
Who doesn't love some free money right?
The prize cash will be paid directly to your PayPal account. It is sent as £20GBP, but anyone can enter!
If you are from a non-GBP country then you can still enter, but conversion fees may reduce your winnings slightly. It's still free cash, so you really have nothing to lose!
Please let all your friends know about my amazing giveaways every month and bookmark my website so you never miss out free cash and vouchers.
I also have more prizes up for grabs in my giveaways section, including a chance to win a £10 Amazon gift voucher which runs from the middle of each month.
So what am I giving away today?
Well, today I am giving away the ultimate prize….
Win £20 PayPal cash
This month I am going to give one of my lucky giveaway entrant’s £20 cash directly to their PayPal account!
I couldn’t think of a better prize for my money blog giveaway than money itself! Just make sure you have a PayPal account to receive the funds if you are the lucky winner.
You can then withdraw the money to your bank account from PayPal or leave it in PayPal where you can spend it with a large number of online retailers.
Be sure to keep an eye on my blog as I regularly run giveaways with great prizes like Amazon vouchers and cash. You'll also find lots of ways to make money in my menu bar up above including:
- Matched betting
- How to make money blogging
- Make money at home
- Lots of ways to get free money
- Tips to save money
Thank you very much for taking the time to come and read my blog.
Blog posts on how to make and save more money
One of the entry options is to read one of my blog posts. You can discover my favourite blog posts at the bottom of my website in the footer or use the money menu bars at the top of my website.
Or visit my main blog page to read my most recent money blog posts. You'll find all my blog post titles and categories in the side bar when using the archive drop down menu.
Enter here to win £20 PayPal cash
The full terms and conditions are below, but simply enter using one or more of the entry methods in the Rafflecopter widget below.
Best of luck! Don't forget to bookmark my blog and pop back regularly to check for my newest giveaways!
Terms and conditions
- There will be one winner
- The prize is £20 sent to your PayPal account
- The winner will be picked at random by Rafflecopter & notified by email within 28 days of the giveaway ending
- The prize must be claimed within 28 days of the first notification email or it will be forfeited
- There is no limit on the number of entries per person. Follow the instructions for multiple entries
- All entries must be received by the date and time specified
- This giveaway is open worldwide, however the £20 will be send in GBP only and from a UK PayPal account. Any fees such as conversion fees are the winner’s responsibility.