Tickets to a Molly Hatchet concert.
I've never won a contest prize.
A houseful of furniture, a trip to Manzanillo & Acapulco, and a couple thousand dollars on the t.v. Game show "Name That Tune" back in 1975.
A bottle of vodka for coming in second in a dance contest back in the 80s. We should have won, but I was dating the guy making the pizzas in the back of the bar and my dance partner was a bartender's brother. They said people were complaining we were allowed to enter so they couldn't let us win. 1st place was $100.
I was gonna say I never won a contest...... Till Gator answered and I remembered I did win a contest once but it wasn't for a prize. It was for a spot in the finals. I didn't even know it was a contest til I was standing in what I THOUGHT was a line and they made me sign that I understood the rules to this contest..... An ameture pole dancing contest! Lol! I almost chickened out but respectfully won. Lol!
I won a trip to a NASCAR race in Dover.
two tickets to the Police concert (along with other bands)
I gave them to my friend. I never went.
I won my section of the NSW Open Chess Championship in 2005. The prize was $700.
Lottery : $ 100.00 was the biggest.
Mail in/ ballot box contests: A crock pot, basket of hair care products, a vaccume,a garden ornament, gas gift certificate$100 , a restaurant gift certificate meal for two and a trip for two to Minneapolis.
Darn good reason to live.
I won a nice amount of cash on Reel Rush if you've ever heard of that. It's a good game with some nice bonuses and features.
I'm definitely lucky, because fortune loves me. I play in an online casino and every time I come out with a good win. People say that newcomers are lucky. Maybe it's true. Some time ago, I found some very interesting strategies for online casinos in this blog Free roulette. I have studied a lot of information on this topic and know that my luck is based on my knowledge. This is true.
Nothing at all. I'm not very well endowed in the raffle department. Now if you asked me about my friend Wickle instead, there's a story for you.
Just over three years ago, all the students in our year were holding a charity fair in our school. We’d organized dozens of stalls and game booths, including a lucky draw or raffle.
All the lucky draw prizes were pooled together by us students. I don't remember what other prizes there were, but Wickle donated a brand new iPad mini for the grand prize. We also bought some tickets of our own for laughs, and to get rid of extra fair-specific currency.