Claim £100 Free Cash with HappyBirthdates.com By Free Birthdate Lottery On 19/06/201719/06/2017 In Competitions 11 Comments facebook tweet google+
i believe that one day i will also be a winner
I wonder if anyone has ever actually won on HappyBirthdays.com. The chances of winning are so tiny with the winning initials and birthdays being totally random and not selected from the registered entries 1 in over 21 million chance!
Hi Hollie, In Happy Birthdates’ FAQ, it explains: “Every day at 12 noon GMT our system randomly draws ten unique birthdate sets which are compiled from data registered by members when joining. If any one of them is yours, then that’s it you’re an instant winner and can claim a £100 cash prize (no purchase required).” So I think the odds are similar to any free lottery and it doesn’t cost anything to play. When a member claims because they have seen their birthdate set displayed, the amount paid out can be anything between £100 (daily prize) and £5,000 (daily… Read more »
I do still check it daily just in case! 🙂 It is just one of the few lottery sites where I haven’t heard of anyone winning, and I’ve never seen so many names beginning with Q or Z! Do you know anyone that has won before?
I’ve never known anyone to win yet & have also thought the site is dodgy. Initials are a joke. I’ve took screenshots of quite a few draws & have over 180 in my One Drive. I am going to go through them all to check if any match, cos I’m sure some do. I have even thought about reporting them to see how genuine they are. I did a cashbook shop but it never registered. I emailed & did receive a quick response & my account credited. The second time the same thing happened but I’ve not told them about… Read more »
Have you seen today’s draw.. one of the winning birthday’s is 00/05/99 lol. I’m so convinced the draw isn’t genuine.
good observation! makes you wonder what we waste our time on x
did you e-mail them?
they apologised for mistake ?
yes i won a tenner a few weeks ago.
I’ve also won £10 from their “daily loyalty draw” (they’ve stopped doing those draws now btw). But I have never seen or heard of anyone winning the £100 prize.