Poor 2.5 | Reviews (25)
Company: Sharestakes, LLC
Founded: 2009
Country: United States
Prizes: Cash, iPad, Macbook Air, gift cards, etc.
TOS: 18+ residents of United States (including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico), Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and the United Kingdom
Email: members@uwinit.com
Phone: N/A

UWinIt Exposed — What Can I Win at This Free Prize Site?

UWinIt Exposed

UWinIt Review

Do you have the time to do into a website each day and click, click, click to win? UWinIt has a good range of prizes to win ranging from $5000 cash down to $25 gift cards. Okay, you might end up with a heck of a lot of ad-sponsored spam mail, but then again, the games are free and the only way to win is to play.

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What Is UWinIt?

UWinIt is a free prize giveaway site with daily prizes. They have a catchphrase of “no catches” but at the same time, the reality is this is an advertising site. There appears to be a limit to how many entries are permitted for each of the prizes available, though I did get a bit suspicious when all the prizes remaining have 5 or 10 entries remaining. There is no information on exactly how many entries are permitted in total. The winners’ page doesn’t help as it also simply posts more prizes to win.

Who Can Participate?

Here’s another prize play that it’s important to read the small print. UWinIt.com says you must be a legal resident and living in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, or the United States (including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico) and must e 18 years or older.

What Are the Prizes Offered by UWinIt?

There is a heap of prizes to win at UWinIt.com ranging from daily to longer term. Basically, the bigger the prize the longer the contest period. Their biggest prize is US $5000 and it looks like that runs for six months. Other prizes include an IPad Mini 2, LG 49”1080p LED TV, Samsung Chromebook 2, and Amazon Gift Cards ranging from $500 down to $25. There are Mcdonalds’, Gap, and Chipotle gift cards, plus money ranging from $100 upwards. There are two $25 Amazon gift cards given daily.

Who Owns UWinIt?

It looks like UWinIt is owned by Sharestakes, LLC., a company out of Hicksville, New York. There is a snail mail address and online form. There are no phone numbers or online chat. There was an email address in the terms and conditions for canceling membership. There was some information on other sites that it might have originally been owned by Amazon.com which sorta makes sense given the type of prizes.

What Are the Terms & Conditions?

Each of the prizes has its own terms and conditions though there are some general things that seem to apply to all. Players can submit ten entries per day (though there are a few that only allow 5). Membership can be canceled at any time by email. Keep in mind, this site is free so there really isn’t anything to cancel except the chance to win.

How to Collect a Prize?

Each of the different prizes has its own rules though there are some general things that seem to apply. In most cases, the draws take place within ten days of closing the contest. Some of the smaller prizes take place within 1 day (Amazon $25 gift cards). Winners are notified within thirty days by email plus have thirty days to file the necessary documentation. For Canadians, there is also a skill-testing question that has to be answered.

UWinIt Feedback and Complaints

Looking at complaints, things got a bit interesting. The biggest complaint seems to be for all prizes, postage is applicable. There were several complaints saying that they went all the way through an ad-sponsored site and got down to winning something, paid the postage, and then waited to no avail. The prize didn’t come. They contacted customer service but simply got the runaround.

Why You Should Register with UWinIt


Lots of Prizes

Free to Play

Daily Prizes

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Why You Shouldn’t Register with UWinIt


What Are the Odds

Ad Sponsored Spam

Postage to be Paid

Is UWinIt.com Legit?

It looks like the prizes directly related to UWinIt are pretty straightforward and there aren’t any complaints that players didn’t get their prizes. Though, it would be better if they actually posted some of the winners on their website. But, this site links to ad sponsors who are outside of UWinIt. There could be some questions on whether these folks deliver. If you’ve got the time and don’t mind getting spammed with ads and other game opportunities, then UWinIt could be a place to win some prizes.

UWinIt.com gets a reserved thumb’s up. If you’ve got the time to go in regularly and play and deal with the anticipated spam email from other ad sponsors, you will have a chance to win some prizes.

  1. Uwinit is a total scam. They declared me as a winner of a laptop on 03/19/24, but stated that they couldn’t send it thru the postal service so a check for $200 would be sent. When I inquired as to when it would arrive, I was treated as a piece of garbage for asking and told to unsubscribe. I was assured that it was mailed on or before 03/29. It is now 04/11 and I am still waiting, and uwinit refuses to answer my email.

  2. The site is real. I won a check for the $222.00. The check was real. The prizes on the site are real. That is if you are lucky enough to win. I won this prize about 3 months ago…

  3. I’ve been playing UWinit for a few months. I finally won the daily $25 Amazon card giveaway back in September. I entered my information and got a confirmation email later that same day. I received my check within about a week. So, I think it’s legit.

  4. These reviews have put everything in perspective for me. If I could give them 0 stars I would.

    Fortunately, I only used the website for like 3-4 days. Maybe a week at most. But what really aroused my suspicions was that I received an email claiming that I was one of the two guaranteed winners for the Cash Prize that day. However, I got a follow up email stating that I had forfeited my chance to win the Guaranteed prize. The reason for this was because I did not use my Winnit points I guess.

    Now the first time around I believed that was on me. I was saving the points up to maximize my chances of winning after like half a year or so. Figured they implemented something like that to make the odds more fair or something. But I received yet another email today claiming that I forfeited my chance yet again because of the same reason. Now this time I can say with absolute certainty. This is impossible. I made it a point to empty out my points 2-3 times a day. In order for me to have had any points left. They would have had to put more in. Which by their “rules” would have forced me to forfeit my chance to win.

    It’s very obnoxious and honestly infuriating that IF the other person who was competing with me to win the guaranteed cash prize even actually won it (or exists). Said person only won because its rigged for them as they are a friend or family member. I have far more crass words I’d like to use to describe this. But I won’t use them here as the tone seems to be different. I do wish that the lotto exposed review would have been MUCH LESS NEUTRAL when describing this website. As not many people will scroll down to actually read the reviews that are telling the whole truth. I was suspect about Sweepzilla as well. Though none of their emails really set off any alarms. So I wouldn’t have stopped wasting my time there had I not read these reviews.

  5. I have played at UWINIT for several months before I realized they are thieves and UWINIT is a National Scam Artist, I went on UWINIT recently and I got 1 winit per ticket, then my winits started doubling, suddenly I had more Winits than tickets that I put in, I started watching closely they were giving me my winits and holding back my tickets by taking all my tickets back and doubled my winits. I’m familiar with this type of scam artist after allowing Sweepzilla to steal my tickets, they are giving those tickets to friends, family members, or keeping them! Report to FTC online, Report to BBB online, Facebook is a Social media site warn all people who may be their customers!


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