Poor 2.9 | Reviews (98)
Company: New Beginning Children’s Home
Founded: 2003
Country: United States
Prizes: Car and shopping prizes
TOS: 18+ residents of the U.S. and Canada (except Quebec) and of other countries
Email: info@dreamgiveaways.com
Phone: 866-600-0646

DreamGiveaway Exposed — Enter and Drive Away in that Dream Car!

DreamGiveaway Exposed

DreamGiveaway Review

Ever dreamed of having a shiny red corvette? Well, Dream Giveaway aims to make that dream come true. This is a prize site that offers some really amazing chances to win that dream car you never thought you could get.

What Is DreamGiveaway.com?

They offer some really amazing car and shopping prizes. The downside, however, is that there is no limit on how many can play in each contest. The upside is even the taxes are considered and covered by Dream Giveaway. And just take a look at what you can win. On top of that, the ticket costs go to charity. Nice!

Who Can Participate?

Anyone can play at Dreamgiveaway.com as long as you are 18 years or older, though it does seem targeted at residents of the United States and Canada (excluding Quebec). I’m not sure how they’d deliver the cars if you’re somewhere else and/or whether there would be costs associated though you could simply opt for the cash value option. The odds are based on 1 prize against how many tickets are sold. There is no cap on it.

What Are the Prizes Offered by Dream Giveaway?

Whether you choose to go for the Bandit Dream Package, Corvette, Mustang, Camaro, or Shopping Spree, the ticket prices are the same. They all come with extras including cash to pay the taxes. Players can opt-out for a cash value instead of a car (are you crazy). These are serious dream packages including some one-of-a-kind cars. Their website is really basic with just the necessary information included.

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Who Owns Dream Giveaway?

Dream Giveaway is operated by New Beginning Children’s Home (NBCH). This is a charity registered in the United States that provides assistance to foster care. They all support a variety of other charities including MADD, and Smile Network International Bright Pink, to name a few. Reaching out to them is quite easy as there is a snail mail address, two phone numbers (direct and toll-free), and an online contact form on their website. DreamGiveaway.com can be reached Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 5:00 EST.

What Are the Terms & Conditions?

DreamGiveaway.com’s terms and conditions are great in outlining each of the ways the contests happen. The rules are the same for each excluding the draw date. Each car or shopping spree you are vying for has its own time frame. How it all works is pretty straightforward and clearly set out.

How to Collect a Prize?

Each of the prize options has its own draw date so definitely check the small print to put it on your calendar. One “conditional” grand prize winner is drawn along with three alternatives. The winner will be contacted by email within three business days of the draw. The alternatives are just in case dreamgiveaways.com can’t reach you so they’ll go to the next person.

DreamGiveaway.com Feedback and Complaints

This is a charity fundraising site that provides an opportunity to win things that you wouldn’t normally get to. It’s legit and the only complaint I could find is a few that would like second and third prizes. For now, these guys only offer the main prize.

Why You Should Register With Dream Giveaway


Check Out the Car Prizes

Applicable Taxes Covered

Anyone Can Play – Over 18 Years Old

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Why You Shouldn’t Register With Dream Giveaway


No Cap on How Many Can Play Each Game

Only a Grand Prize – no Secondary Prizes

Waiting For The Draw Date!

Is DreamGiveaway.com Legit?

I’m sorry, but I keep flicking back and having another look at that Shelby (Mustang) on a poster I have had on my wall for years now,  and the idea that I could buy a bunch of tickets supporting a great charity and maybe win – well, what can I say? The combination of supporting a good charity and the chance to win a Camaro package or one of the other prizes is great. Okay, take the Camaro out and put Shelby, and Mustang in. That was one of the hardest things about this site. Refining the choice of my dream car.

DreamGiveaway.com gets a thumb’s up and I am already dreaming about that dream car!

  1. Dream giveaway website states you don’t have to buy anything but they do not show where are you can enter for free makes me think it’s a phony web taking advantage of people who want to be charitable. Ted.

  2. No transperancy. No prior winners. Details purposefully vague. Not member of BBB. No requirements to actually award prizes. After “electronic random” drawing, notified by email. If email doesn’t work for any reason, prize forfeits. If you do get email (odds are it will be broken those 3 days) you have 7 days to return several NOTARIZED forms that are nowhere to be found. If you can’t find or are not provided with forms, you forfeit . Contest rules full of grammatical errors and misspelled words (red flags everywhere). Extremely vague “charity” information. 8 bed house is the “charity.” Just think about it… all this for an 8 bed house? Anything that makes it this difficult, that hides details, uses trickery, doesn’t provide any needed details that otherwise would be EASY to provide is fooling you. It’s painfully obvious, but doesn’t stop them from raking in huge dollar amounts all year long for each SIX MONTH duration. With 100,000 entries (easily stacked up) you have a .000010001 “chance” of winning and actually being awarded the ONE main prize. As they can legally state… you do have a chance. That “chance” is per person, not every entrant. So, you have a .0001% chance with minimal entries. Or something ridiculous. Fun fun. Dreams are free. 😉

  3. They are not a BBB member or a member of charity navigator which rates non profits by how much of the money raised is actually given to the charity vs how much is spent on salary’s. The fact they are not monitored by either of these two watchdogs makes this organization very suspicious on where the money raised is going

  4. Reading the fine print is key. One note to take into consideration is you must be at the awards ceremony and they offer a round trip flight set to their dates. If you can’t make their assigned dates then you forfeit the prize. Simple as that. You also have to sign and return forms by a certain date or an alternate will be picked. I don’t think their is much time to get these forms back to them. You better be quick about it. And it’s like a year to wait to see who won. Just take your money and donate straight to charity.

  5. I enjoy reading the prize descriptions and getting the opportunity (slight as it is) to own one of the gorgeous vehicles.


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