When we say “win the lottery,” we mean win big! Because let’s be honest, the chances of winning the lottery are slim. About one in a couple millions depending on the game and your state. To increase your chances of winning big cash, you may have searched the internet for how to win the lottery. And as a result, you’ll find a lot of tips that don’t work. We are not here to give you tips and an easy solution to take home millions. Instead, we want to give you 3 ways to increase your odds for your next IPG contest or promotion. And with our top cash prizes hitting up to a million dollars cash, it will be just like hitting the lottery!
1. Understand the Odds
No matter what’s your contest or promotion, you have to understand the odds of your fan or customer winning the grand prize. For example. If you are holding our Crack the Vault Contest, keep in mind that the more digits your fans have to guess, the less likely they are at winning. This also applies to the number of attempts you set up as well. If you only have 20 attempts at a person guessing a 7 digit number, the chances will be slimmer over 300 attempts at a 2 digit number.
2. Creative Combinations
Shake things up a bit! You don’t have to limit yourself to just number combinations. With our Dice Roll contest, you can customize 1, 3, 6 and 12 inch dice with your organization’s logo or a word of your choice. The more dice you incorporate into your promotion, the more challenging it becomes. If a participant can roll the winning set, they W-I-N!
3. Know the Risks
When playing the lottery, some people may feel the need to spend hundreds of dollars on tickets to improve their chances of winning. As a result, the end of waisting money. However, with IPG contests, their is no risk for the customer and no risk for your business. Knowing that we cover your prize amount if a participant was to win, gives you a risk free guarantee!
You can bet your bottom dollar on our promotions! With no risk and tons of fun, what do you have to lose? If you want to give our promotions a try, give us a call at 888-882-5140 or email us at email@example.com.
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