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Oxfordshire Press provides the very best comping services around, giving you access to the UK’s latest competitions. We know everything there is to know about entering genuine competitions from genuine promoters – without all the spam!

What's more, you can try all of our services absolutely FREE OF CHARGE. So if Advent Competitions 2016 has given you the bug for comping, pick the service that suits you and start winning prizes all year round!

 

 

Coffee Break Winner is perfect for the busy comper. We list over 135 short closing competitions every week, with big value prizes up for grabs. And each day is themed, with everything from weekend newspaper comps, to puzzle comps all covered. And even better, it'll take you no longer than 5-10 minutes a day to enter them - the perfect way to spend your coffee break!

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Social networks are a hotbed of competitions, as long as you know where to look! Competition Club hunts down the very best Facebook and Twitter competitions, bringing them together on one easy-to-use website. That's over 200 comps PER WEEK!

Click here for your 14-day free trial of The Competition Club

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Simply Prizes is quite simply the best comping service in the UK. Now exclusively online-only, our weekly updates are packed full of  over 150 comps, ranging from traditional postal comps, to shop and online comps. Our bespoke members-only website is full of guides, updates, in-house competitions and video blogs from our editor Sammy Fairman too - giving you all of the tips, tricks and updates that will give you the best chances of winning. It's the home of comping online!

So why not join our friendly comping community now?

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