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Win a Car competitions

by Di · Published 06/03/2020 · Updated 24/11/2020

Many compers dream of winning a car – and there are usually a few opportunities to win a new set of wheels in prize draws and competitions.

Keep in mind that you’ll regularly see car competitions on spam-generating sites like MyOffers, OfferX or Vaniki. I never share or recommend any prize draws promoted on websites such as these – see my list of UK competition websites to see which ones to avoid! You can also pay to enter car prize draws on the BOTB competitions website but I don’t recommend it (see my post Pay to Enter competitions – are they gambling?)

Win a Mercedes-Benz GLC

HeyCar are giving away a 2019-plate Mercedes-Benz GLC – all you need to do is upload a photo and a story about your festive car moment at Closing date is 18 December 2020 and the winner will be chosen at random from all entries. Read the T&Cs here.

Win a Vauxhall Corsa

Reynolds Motor Group are giving away a Corsa – visit the car at one of their locations around Essex, then guess how any toys are inside at The winner will be drawn from all correct answers on 18 December 2020. Keep an eye on their Facebook page to see where the car is!

Win a Dacia Sandero

The Sun are giving away a Dacia Sandero Stepway Essential (or you can take £8000 cash). Entry is by texting SUNWIN3 to 63320 (£2 cost + your standard network rate charge) before 30 November 2020. Or send your name and phone number by post to Sun Win Comp 12, P.O. Box 4445, Colchester, CO2 8GD – postal entry closes 2 December 2020.
Full details are at

Win a Mini Electric

Book a Christmas meal at TGI Fridays before 10 December 2020 (for dining between 23 November and 10 December) and you can enter a prize draw to win a Mini!
Book online at

Win a Volvo XC60

Buy 2 or more Pirelli tyres in a Kwik-Fit centre or at before 31 December 2020 to be in with a chance to win a Volvo XC60. After buying your tyres and getting them fitted, complete the entry form at

Win a Ford Fiesta

When young UK drivers (age 17-35) join the Marmalade email list, they will be entered into a prize draw to win a Ford Fiesta and Black Box car insurance. Sign up at before 1 November 2021.

ITV Comps

You’ll usually find a car or two to be won on the ITV Competitions website too. There are of course phone and text entry routes costing £2 each, but it’s cheaper to buy a stamp and enter by post – and YES, people do win big prizes using the free postal entry route! Find out more in my post How to enter ITV competitions for free.

Spotted any more good ‘win a car’ comps? Leave a link in the comments!

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Got 2kids need a car

I want car…but I don’t have a money …so I’m participate this

Hi Di, i entered the swift motorhome comp, in the t and c’s it states that multiple entries will be disqualified, my wife usually enters the same competitions as me, it doesnt state that it is one per household, whats your thoughts on this?

That would be absolutely fine for different people to enter – the terms just suggest that multiple entries from the same person would be discounted (eg. suspicious variations on the same name, with different emails and phone numbers – this happens in quite a lot of competitions!)

The Auto Trader comp has now closed early. No details as to why.

Strange! Thanks for letting me know, I’ve removed it and will look out for one to replace it!

Thanks for chance to get dream car if we lucky .

Have always wondered, when it comes to entering a Text competition and it states (standard message rate applies), are these included in your mobile plan “unlimited texts”.
I know ITV type competitions and other Premium Rate Shortcodes tend to be a lot more in cost, and therefore are not included in mobile plan minutes, but the 10p Standard Text, is that included or does it charge you at the end of the month for the text.
I only ask as I know you have entered many of these competitions and would know from your own mobile bill if you have been charged or not for a standard rate text?

Example: Simply text MAX plus your full name and postcode to 60110 (this is a standard rate message, so should cost less than 10p).

I am with EE and when I enter these type of text messages I get charged 13p per text and it is added to my bill at the end of the month. I have unlimited texts on my package and they are not included. However, last year the VISA text message comp didn’t cost anything!

All mine cost 8p on O2 Paul – I think its rare for a short code entry to be included in a free text allowance!

I won a MINI ONE with ITV. Sent a postcard, won a car!! So it absolutely can be done.

That’s fantastic news and congratulations !!

Plz I am winner to giveaway prizes gifts for my family

my dad just hit a kangaroo so his car might get written off so we need a new car

It may be naive of me but as we all know, present a promoter with a fraction of an inch to give cause for disqualification and they’ll drive the equivalent of a 20-ton truck through one’s error. So tell me please: when I enter a prize draw, my automatic form filler states my telephone number in the +44 format, omitting the zero: even though I receive an acknowledgement of entry DOES THE DECLARED PHONE FORMAT NONETHELESS MAKE MY APPLICATION VOID…? I’ve tried to alter the automated system to the UK phone format but without success. Yes, of course I can manually change it but that’s tiresome in that one then has to do it each and every time… so, repeat, leaving it to the automatic +44 format, does that go
against me? Or am I being paranoid?

Hm, that’s quite annoying for your David – with my Chrome autofill, I have a few different versions of my address to choose from, could you try setting up an alternative? To be honest though, I don’t think the phone format would affect your entries at all. It’s still the same phone number, and if the form has submitted then it will be fine!

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