WIN Online Competitions in South Africa


These days you can find almost anything you are looking for on the internet. Whether you are looking for activities to partake in at your holiday destination or for information about your favourite restaurant, chances are that a simple online search will do the trick. We have searched around, and tried some of the online competition sites, these are our top pics for various online competitions in South Africa.

Premium Prizes

Premium Prizes is a specialist competition website that delivers the latest competitions, promotions and discounts.

By visiting the site you can get access to a prize for her, for him, gadgets, garden products, kitchen ware, home décor, jewellery, holidays, clothing, cash and fragrances.

Founded in 2003, the site specialises in curating online competitions in South Africa that comply with the Consumer Protection Act.

Premium Prizes also screens competition campaigns beforehand. They make sure that the competition only charges 20c/20 seconds or charges a maximum of R1.50 per SMS.


Win Stuff

Win Stuff is a competitions directory for South Africa. By visiting the site you can gain access to electronics, getaways, fashion and beauty items, items for the house and home, money and even cars.

Current competitions available on the site include a chance to win a R23 500 fashion voucher, a chance to win a R23 500 grocery voucher, as well as a chance to win a Clinique Skin Care Set worth R500 and a R1000 to spend at Nike.


Web Win

Web win is a leading South African competition directory.

Providing various online competitions in South Africa, Web Win is also offering people a chance to Like their page and win R1000.

Other competitions available on the site include:

  • A chance to win a vacation worth R38 000 in Zanzibar.
  • A chance to win a Cadbury Chocolate hamper worth R1500
  • A chance to win a Sealy Posturepedic, where you can win a bed set worth R5999

Visit to enter the competitions.


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