Instagram competitions ending January 2020

Welcome to my monthly linky list for competitions and prize draws hosted on Instagram. As an accompaniment to my popular Blog Giveaway lists this is where bloggers, influencers, artists and small businesses can advertise their Instagram giveaways for FREE. And of course, a great resource for compers who want to win prizes!

How to add a competition

To add your giveaway to the linky, scroll to the end of the list and click the blue Click here to enter text – you’ll be taken to the LinkyTools site. Then, in the Link Title or Blog Title box, put the closing date and prize (add your blog name if you like), and add the URL to the relevant Instagram post in the Link box. Finally, please leave your email address. You will ONLY be contacted if there’s a query about your listing – see my privacy policy).

If you make a mistake with your link, unfortunately you can’t make changes – so comment with the details or tweet me @superluckydi and I’ll fix it as soon as I can!

Please note, all giveaways added to the list MUST BE HOSTED on Instagram and be open to UK entries. See my post How to run an Instagram giveaway for guidance on hosting your competition or prize draw (and how to choose the winner fairly!) – and please try to avoid asking for excessive tagging in the comments.

How to enter Instagram competitions

To enter the competitions on the linky, simply click the name and you’ll be taken to the Instagram post! If you’re new to Instagram comping, you’ll find lots of advice in my post How to find, enter and win Instagram competitions.



4 Responses

  1. Ceri says:

    Hi, I can’t add with the Linky. It says Linky closed.

  2. K says:

    Hi there, I am new to comps, but trying out these daily ones this month. I’ve been checking my junk emails to see if they’ve emailed. So I have 2 questions. How do you know if you’ve genuinely won, will it be something to click on, or phone. And how do you tell what is real or fake comps in the emails now? I’ve got emails saying I could enter holidays in Lapland now, if I click on them. Do you do those?

    • Di says:

      A winning email won’t usually have a link to click – it will just be asking for confirmation of a delivery address, if you’ve not already given one. The important thing to check is the email address domain (the bit after the @) – sometimes this will be hidden behind a fake sender name. If you don’t recognise the address, then put it into Google and see if it’s a trustworthy site. There’s lots more advice in this blog post https://superlucky.me/spot-scam-email/

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