Bad 1.9 | Reviews (10)
Company: Prizeo US, LLC
Founded: 2009
Country: United States
Prizes: Events
TOS: 13+ individuals
Phone: (310) 309-5780

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Prizeo Exposed

Prizeo Review

Play Prizeo’s raffle and win that amazing experience to attend an event with your favorite TV or Sports star and at the same time, support a charity.

What Is Prizeo?

Ever imagined getting to meet that celebrity from TV or sports? is your opportunity to play in a raffle to win just that. Just imagine playing golf with Bill Murray, recording a voice for Charming with Avril Lavigne, or attending an after-show party with Lin-Manual Miranda. Prizeo is a site where players purchase raffle tickets for sharing an experience with celebrities.

Who Can Participate?

Anyone can play here, though there are some restrictions on specific ages depending on the prize. If you are over the age of 13 but under the age of 21, that might mean your parent or guardian has to attend with you. For people from outside of the US of A, it might mean you might have to top up the airfare cost to get to the event. Oh, the only downside is there doesn’t appear to be any limit to the number of people who can participate/purchase tickets in each prize event.

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What Are the Prizes Offered by Prizeo?

Most prizes include a ‘friend’ which you choose to invite to share the fun. You can do this through Facebook or email. Most prizes include airfare to an event for two (and in some cases more) and tickets to an event. In some cases, the prize can also include a sports experience, meeting a celebrity or participating with a celebrity in something, and accommodation. Each prize package is unique. Depending on your buy-in for raffle tickets there are other giveaways depending on the value of the tickets you purchase. Take the current Ellen DeGeneres context. If you purchase $50/500 raffle tickets, you automatically get an “Ellen” Black Crew Neck T-shirt.

Who Owns Prizeo? is based in Los Angeles, California with a snail mail address and phone number. It looks like it is run by a group that refers to itself as the Charity Network through Join the Light Foundation. The income from each raffle/contest goes to a charity. Each celebrity gets to choose the charity. After Prizeo takes 3% off for credit card processing, 77.3% of the raffle tickets sold go to charity with the other 19.7% for administration.

What Are the Terms & Conditions?

Players purchase raffle tickets where you get a ticket for each $0.10 you donate to the raffle. In most cases with purchases of tickets over $25, you get a giveaway. Players can purchase any amount of tickets and/or have the option of submitting a free entry form to win. Prizes must be taken on a specific date (most are for an event), are not transferable, and cannot be taken in cash.

How to Collect a Prize?

Winners are determined by “Random Number Generator” software and notified by email. There will be a deadline for confirmation for you to respond. And again, remember the prize must be taken as described in the specific contest.

Prizeo Feedback and Complaints

The comments from people who have won previously are great. I thought it was hilarious that Bill Murray decided to pause in the middle of playing golf and give the winners a few golf tips on the course. How about joining Nicole Kidman and Dev Patel for a toast and a photo at the Weinstein Company Cocktail Party for the awards? Winners to date all couldn’t believe their luck and you can read about their experience on the site.

Why You Should Register with Prizeo


Unique Prizes

Helping A Charity with a Chance to Win

Anyone Can Play

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Why You Shouldn’t Register with Prizeo


No Limit to the number of Entries

Events/Prizes are for Specific Dates

Paying the Additional Cost fly from the UK

Is Prizeo Legit?

Not only do they post their comments, but winners have their names and pictures posted on the site. Plus, given the profile of the celebrities involved, this site is very legit. What a great way for a chance to win once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, at the same time support specific charities. Plus there is the added value that if you purchase over $25 worth of tickets, there is a takeaway.

I’m getting all excited about what the next campaign/contest is going to be. This site gets a thumbs up for creativity and combining a cool way to help a charity and win something unique.

  1. I bought entries (tickets) for a Prizeo draw for a car. Prizeo sent me a message confirming the purchase but there was no where on their website (after signing in) that I could confirm or see my entries. I had to call Prizeo to find out that if I clicked on my name (registered at time of purchasing entries) I would see my purchase details. No where on the home page does it say MY ACCOUNT….the logical & intuitive indicator for checking one’s details. During the phone call I asked the Prizeo rep how does the draw actually work since you don’t actually receive a hard copy ticket or even a ticket number. The rep was very vague in this regard saying only that the entries (‘tickets’) are computer generated (not printed) and a computer will select the winning entry. No indication of how the computer selects the winner. The draw is not viewable live on the net. It may be legit but their methodology lacks transparency. Go ahead and call them to find out for yourself. Also, I bought my entries in November 2019. The winner was to be drawn on Feb 15, 2020. On Feb 6, 2002 I visited the Prizeo website. At the top of the page for the draw for the car was a note (not a big banner or something indicating a major change) saying the draw has been delayed until JUNE 15……5 months from now!!!! They did not send me a PM indicating the draw date had been changed. I stumbled on it by accident. And extending by 5 months! What kind of Mickey Mouse business is this? No doubt the change of draw date is permissible (in the fine print) but to me this is ridiculous. BTW I get that it’s for a charity and they likely haven’t sold enough tickets to cover the cost of the car but Prizeo is a business not a charity. I rate Prizeo as a poor company and I would not recommend them.

  2. Literally no customer service, I never received any confirmation that the $10 I was charged was received. Essentially they took my money and gave me nothing in return. I have no proof I entered a contest and Customer service never got back to me. DO NOT RECOMMEND

  3. I paid money to enter a Prizeo contest. The drawing was for October 2nd 2019. It’s October 22 and they’re still advertising and taking money. Don’t get scammed like me. Prizeo seems very sketchy.

  4. I donated to a Rogers Cup related promotion for a chance to meet a player and a guarantee of receiving a shirt. ONE YEAR AND COUNTING AND I STILL HAVE NOT RECEIVED MY SHIRT!!!!
    I have sent numerous emails. When I occasionally receive a response, it is always ‘Be patient, we are just about to send it to you.’

    Donate at your own risk.

  5. Great company and concept. Won a Garibaldi painting at KISS concert in Birmingham, AL…the communication from Prizeo (in Los Angeles) and their ground team on site was amazing.


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