Cheap-Postcards.co.uk – New and Improved Website to Help Compers Win Prizes

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Details of a new and improved website at Cheap-Postcards.co.uk

– Online compers in the UK now have a new and improved comping resource.

Cheap-Postcards, an online comping website, now offers its customers more features, including more free competition listings, regular updates and newsletters.

“The new site and improved features have already received a lot of positive feedback.” Said Rebecca Lomax – Owner of Cheap-Postcards.co.uk

Comping is a growing hobby in the UK with thousands of prizes being given away every week. http://www.cheap-postcards.co.uk is helping its UK customer base find a winning edge. Its postcards are full colour and printed on high quality card. The range uses eye-catching pictures designed to help customers win prizes. The postcards are priced competitively and range from £1.50 for 25 cards up to 10,000 cards for £245.

For anyone new to the world of comping it couldn’t be simpler to join in. Just pick a competition you’d like to enter from the details at http://www.cheap-postcards.co.uk, write your name and address on a postcard, pop it in the post and wait to see if you’ve won.

Imagine winning a TV, DVD Player or even a car for the price of a stamp. That’s just what UK compers are doing each and every week. A customer recently emailed in to say they had won not one but two iPods. For anyone thinking that they’re not lucky enough to win anything, the first thing to ask is, do you ever enter competitions? Remember – you’ve got to be in it to win it!

Unlike similar online competition resources all the online content at Cheap-Postcards.co.uk is completely free. The Gloucester based family run business has been online for nearly 2 years and also runs http://www.howtowin.co.uk

Find out more about the postcards and competitions at http://www.cheap-postcards.co.uk
For additional information contact: Rebecca Lomax

Cheap-Postcards.co.uk

0777-991-9444

http://www.cheap-postcards.co.uk

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