Win two tickets to SuperLucky LIVE!

Yes, it’s the competition you’ve all been waiting for – you could be the lucky winner of a pair of tickets to my sold out SuperLucky LIVE comping day in Brighton, on Saturday 26 October 2019!

SuperLucky LIVE is going to be a great day out for compers – with entertainment, comping tips, and special guests including Jordon Cox (MSE), Steve Middleton (Compers News), Jeremy Stern (PromoVeritas) and successful comper (and busy prize unboxer!) Emma Gough.

There will be loads of prize-winning opportunities thanks to sponsors which include Quidco, Latest Deals, Compers News, Shopmium and Latest Free Stuff, plus an epic prize raffle raising funds for the amazing Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice.

If you’d like to join 160 other keen compers at this exciting event, here’s your chance to win a pair of tickets (worth £120). The ticket includes hot drinks, a buffet lunch and a goody bag as well as entry to all the day’s quizzes and competitions. 

How to enter

For your chance to win, simply leave a comment on this blog post telling me why you love comping – please keep your comment to 50 words or less.

The most original and inspiring answer – as decided by myself and an independent judge – will win the tickets! Closing date is 20th June 2019. 

If the winner has already bought a ticket to SuperLucky LIVE!,  I will refund them £60, and also refund the cost of one of their nominated friend’s tickets too!

Please note that I may contact entrants to ask permission to use their comments to promote our wonderful hobby – this may be on SuperLucky, my social media channels or in my next book.

Thank you and good luck! 

Terms & Conditions: 

  1. There is one prize of a pair of tickets to SuperLucky LIVE.
  2. Open to UK residents aged 18 and over.
  3. One entry per person
  4. Closing date for entries is 10.00pm GMT on 20.6.19
  5. Entrants must leave a comment on this blog post answering the question ‘Why do you love comping?’ in 50 words or less
  6. The most original and inspiring entry will be chosen by Di Coke and one other independent judge.
  7. The winner will be informed by email within 7 days of the closing date and will need to respond within 28 days or a new winner will be chosen.
  8. The winner’s name and entry will be published on the SuperLucky blog and social media accounts.
  9. Two tickets will be sent by email to the winner.
  10. The promoter is SuperLucky, Brighton.
  11. By participating in this competition, entrants confirm they have read, understood and agree to be bound by these terms and conditions




140 Responses

  1. maxine Kirk says:

    To win prizes that I could never Afford to buy and to share my Wins with family and Friends

  2. Paul Cartwright says:

    Comping – Great fun, you can win stuff and make friends with similar like-minded comper – What’s not to like!!!!!

  3. EMMA FURNISS says:

    Imagine having an adventure holiday of a lifetime in Australia and Tasmania, poshing it on the Orient Express, sipping champagne in your own pod on the London Eye and bringing a family member back for Christmas from Sydney. Comping turns imagination into reality and I now love Mondays!

  4. Zoe Goodwin says:

    it has given me so many money can’t buy experiences that I will remember forever!

  5. Rosie Peskett says:

    I love comping because it makes every minute a potential winning moment – what an exciting way to appreciate life!

  6. z webb says:

    So lets be silly and enter in, And receive the text that says!! Congratulations.
    It turns your frown up side down.

  7. Jo james says:

    Comping helps me escape reality, forget the mundane and a bit of me time, but best of all is the chance to give my family things that we normally wouldn’t buy whilst being part of the most amazing group of people I have ever been SUPER-LUCKY enough to know

  8. Angela Linge says:

    Friends are made while comping day and night,
    From taking selfies for a Pringle bite,
    To timing winning moments just right.
    Tags and likes might get me shadow banned,
    But I love that winning feeling that others misunderstand.

  9. Sue Kirk says:

    I had a dream to visit America, comping made this a fabulous reality, not once but many times. Along my comping journey, I have won countless treasures but most of all I have made lifelong friends.

  10. Elizabeth Jones says:

    Football tickets, party planes,
    Hampers, shows, trips on trains,
    Exotic holidays, luxury cruising,
    Dreams of winning – never losing
    Fills my heart with joy and hope,
    If comping were a fella then we’d elope!!

  11. Lesley says:

    During the 80’s I loved comping most …
    To win with a slogan was something to boast!

    Now social media is the new ‘comp age’
    With ‘liking’ or ‘tweeting’ all the rage!

    Today though I’m back again slogan writing
    Attempting Di’s comp to join her in Brighton!

  12. Vicky TURBIN says:

    I love comping because it makes my life EXCITING! The chase, the find, the anticipation, the creativity, the disappointing lows, the surprising highs and the elation. Who knows what’s next!

  13. Tim B says:


    Dear Di,

    I’ve caught the bug. You’re my favourite comping medicine, I can’t believe I’m still not sick of you? It’s too bad there is no cure for trying to be a winner. The prescription I’m wishing for – 2 tickets to Brighton!

    From Your SuperLucky Chronic Comper!

  14. Robin Whelan says:

    Become unlike the Americans we don’t crave winning but that feeling when you do win is superb. Getting that phone call telling you’ve won is a great feeling and can lift the darkest day.

  15. Jennifer Stevenson says:

    I shazam my crunch, when I’m eating my brunch
    peel some stickers just to win funky knickers
    dress like a candle to win on heart
    eat food I wouldn’t normally that make me fart
    a LWE or WEM they all make me dance
    I love comping, I’ll never give up

  16. Jennifer Stevenson says:

    I shazam my crunch, when I’m eating my brunch
    peel some stickers just to win funky knickers
    dress like a candle to win on heart
    eat food I wouldn’t normally that make me fart
    have giggle fits when my costume doesn’t fit
    its all in the fun and I’d love to win rum
    the postman comes and the excitement fills
    to find a surprise that may pay the bills
    a LWE or a WEM they all make me dance
    I love comping and I’ll never give it up, I hope I have the chance
    to keep comping forever

  17. Sally Lunn says:

    I believe it’s better to be born lucky than born rich, and the harder we comp the luckier we become.
    Maybe if politicians were compers, with one party, the Lucky Party, we would all be better off and happier.
    Although I hate voting comps – I’d vote for this!

  18. Alison Humphreys says:

    I love comping, I’ve got the bug
    It’s not a hobby – it’s an addictive drug.
    Sharing tips with Lucky Learners
    For ‘TOP PRIZE’ we all are yearners.
    Shopping now is no longer a chore
    As I scan the aisles for “WIN”s galore.


  19. Carol Burgess says:

    Experiences, Anticipation, Exitement that money can’t buy
    Anything is possible if you give it a try!
    Lifelong friendships with passionate souls,
    Positive vibes, wishing dreams & accomplishing goals!

  20. Bobby Davison says:

    For me it’s the thrill of the find, locating that elusive qualifier that has played on my mind.
    I joined a club and attend comping days, for total inspiration in so many ways.
    I follow Di’s blog and read Compers News, all of the above are my comping muse

  21. Laura Farnworth says:

    I love this hobby because – winning prizes, even small ones, has made me believe I AM lucky and this can totally change your outlook on life – on top of this I’ve made some wonderful friends.

  22. Rita Mistry says:

    I love Comping because it means I can live a Champagne lifestyle on a Lemonade budget. I have had so many wonderful experiences because of it.

  23. What other hobby let’s you go round the world or have a Mediterranean cruise for sending a 10p text. Or have tea at the Ritz for sending your name On a postcard or win lots of money for entering a code from products Fill your house with a washing machine fridge freezer dish washer and a TV IN every room. Best of all a new family of comping friends who share this amazing hobby helping each other with qualifiers and tips. Comping has enriched my life and given my my family experiences money could not buy

  24. Janice Papworth says:

    My children are just about grown up now. Comping has meant that we have been able to enjoy quality time as a family and make unforgettable memories that we can all look back on. I’ll never forget my son’s face when he met Pluto at Disneyland Paris or the pride as my other son became the ringmaster at Blackpool Circus. The time I spent with my husband on a rare ‘date’ to a VIP suite at Wimbledon. These memories are so precious to me and were only possible through comping.

  25. Anna Lord says:

    It is just what the doctor ordered for the over 60’s:
    EXERCISE – walking around numerous supermarkets looking for necessary purchases
    LEARNING NEW SKILLS – developing a competency in IT and mastering social media
    RELAXATION – taking daytime naps after getting up in the small hours to catch ‘winning moments’!

  26. Evelyn Cooke says:

    Our Comping Mates group announce their wins at monthly meetings to share & encourage each other!!
    We’re not just about the winning but have enjoyed genuine support over the years!!
    We started out as an evening class over 25yrs ago and my life is enriched by knowing them!!

  27. Corinne Marsh says:

    The buzz is immense,
    The excitement compelling
    My creations get better if not my spelling!
    I don’t win a lot but am not a quitter
    And I’ve made new contacts on Facebook and Twitter!

  28. Michelle McCullum says:

    It gives me and my family the chance to have things and experiences that we could never afford to buy. I love the excitement I feel when I win and the apprehension I get when I enter a competition. I love my hobby ❤(ӦvӦ。)

  29. Marie Powell says:

    Making things, taking snaps.
    Now your phone has lots of Apps.
    The excitement, of prizes turning up at your door.
    Shopping for things you’ve never bought before.
    The bonus prize is it has a great community too.
    Which opened it arms to me and it will also to you.

  30. Stevie Walters says:

    Savoy for dinner? A musical or two, with Lucky Learners support dreams can come true. Strange things we eat to gain a receipt, crunch crisps for a flight. A bit of cash, a laugh! trip for the kids or flowers for granny! Brighton sounds great, put me in the hat.

  31. Lucy Robinson says:

    Mummy mummy I’d love …… can you win it for me? Mummy I’ve found this piece of rubbish on the floor with a comp on it. Mummy I love your hobby. I love seeing my kiddies faces when they receive or experience something new, that I couldn’t normally afford.

  32. gavin smithers says:

    Comping is for me, for you- let’s let those dreams come true! Activity, plus serendipity, yields prizes of all shapes and sizes! Sloganising is agonising, but happy days bring bouquets, or hotel stays. What’s coming next? A win by text? Or wistful thoughts of the holiday that got away?

  33. Anna stimson says:

    There was a young(ish) comper from Skegness,
    Who was feeling a little luck less.
    Joined a group with Di Coke,
    Made up of wonderful folk,
    Now is having a lot more success!!!

  34. Comping gives me a fire in my belly, every win makes my legs turn to jelly! Who can I treat with this win, as I chose I get a tingling on my skin! When times are hard and I feel low, I get entering and have a happy glow!

  35. Judith says:

    I love comping because when life is stressful and getting me down, the thought of a win, no matter how small, gives me a boost. I also love to share with my family and friends, love to see others who have won, with happy smiles . Better than Prozac!!

  36. Tiff Jordan says:

    A recipe for comping.

    You need:
    Lots of Lucky Learners friends
    Endless enthusiasm
    Plenty of perseverance
    Sprinkle of inspiration
    A large pinch of karma
    Some Google know-how
    A dash of determination

    Swirl together with a selfie stick and serve immediately.

  37. Melanie slater says:

    I love comping, I have made so many friends and have won items I could only dream of having, the thrill of winning is amazing and the best bit is I get to share with my family

  38. Laura Reed says:

    Experiences, vouchers and goodies,
    I love comping and all my comping buddies,
    There is comps for every kind of hobby,
    We share them all in compers news lobby,
    With help from Super Lucky Me and all your helpful tips,
    I’m enjoying all my wins and lots of exciting trips!

  39. Sammie Jade Richardson says:

    Spontaneous days out
    Unbelievable trips abroad
    People forming a community
    Everlasting friendships
    Rafflecopter prizes

    Lucky learners (Fab Group)
    Unreal experiences
    Can’t believe I won that
    Keeps me busy
    Years of fun to come

    Lucky people sharing tips
    Inviting friends to comp too
    Variety of prizes
    Everyone’s a winner one day

    (Exactly 50 words and if you check out each first letter of the sentence, you’ll find a nice surprise)

  40. Jade barnhurst says:

    Comping gave me focus in my life when I needed it most, struggling with my mental health and a new baby, entering competitions helped me through the sleepless nights. Now I feel better years on, I can continue to do it out of pure enjoyment

  41. Gemma Laird says:

    I love comping cos it gives me a buzz every time the postman comes. You can win experiences that you would never get to normally do, and win prizes that can change your life

  42. Hazel says:

    Comping for me is winning the unexpected, from the smallest treat to amazing life experiences, comping is life enriching, Laugh, love and comp ❤️

  43. Nicola France says:

    I gives my family the chance to do things that we wouldn’t normally do, it’s a lovely comping community – sharing comps and offering advice. I love watching the un boxing videos – it keeps motivation going through the lean spells!! X

  44. Judith says:

    Comping helps me cope with my anxiety. I struggle to get out some days but the comping community is so friendly and helpful they are an enormous help! I would never have imagined the crazy stuff I would have got up to if it wasn’t for comping.

  45. Clare Baskott says:

    I love comping because it takes you into takes you into world’s and experiences that money just can’t buy. I’ve made loads of amazing and funny friends through comping, we all love the thrills and spills of life and fantasising about where it’ll take us next!

  46. Debra Etchells says:

    Heartbeats and breath taking prizes to be won.
    The family have fun.
    Even our little grandson.
    We win big and small.
    We love them all.
    Comping can make me feel 10 feet tall.

  47. Pam Champion says:

    I love comping for social networking. As a mum to 3 children, one with disabilities and I am her carer so I don’t work. I therefore have limited friends, social life and money. Comping fulfils all 3 for me. It allows me to socialise, make friends and treat my family with prizes x

  48. Donna Bellis says:

    I enter comps for the buzz of winning to share with family and friends. I love every morning watching postman coming down the garden path. It might just be today the biggie comes. I also enjoy hearing about other people’s wins.

  49. Elanor Rice says:

    From the crayons I won at 4 years old in a Tony Hart colouring comp to todays adventure 5* break away. Every win makes me feel joy. Must admit I also love to read others elation at their wins. What other hobby brings such a feel good, cheer-on community

  50. Sue Cole says:

    I love comping because it opens up so many experiences that money just can’t buy : my first ever win was a trip to the Olivier awards complete with after party and a hotel stay and I met the amazing Mandy Mason who also won and who intridyced me to the wonderful world of comping! Without her I wouldn’t have been to Vietnam on a wonderful foodie tour, to Spa days, to London Fashion Week, film premieres and so much more. A competition win really makes life special and that’s why I love it.

  51. Mei Suen says:

    I just love the challenge, as much as winning. So many experiences that I could never imagined doing, or sharing. It is fun, entertaining and very addictive! I cannot imagine not entering a comp now! It gives me so much enjoyment. Best thing I have ever discovered!

  52. Natalie Crossan says:

    Not sure if you know but I am a massive introvert. I was home with a small child, alone and secluded. Discovered comping in 2013 and it’s quite literally opened up my whole world. I’ve met fab people (including you!) and discovered a talent for something that is so magical.

  53. Claire Simmonds says:

    Comping Makes Me…
    (T of C’s (Traits of Comping))
    *Determined: 100%
    *Inspired: by other winners
    *Think wishfully: 175%
    *Look a twit for a comping photo: regularly
    *Jump for joy when I win (anything): 500%
    *Wish I was Just Plane Lucky: all the time
    *Love Comping camaraderie: 1000%

  54. Rosie Postle says:

    No spare cash for the luxuries in life,
    all I get is trouble and strife.
    I care for my family and their special needs,
    Comping is my energy source, and daily feed.
    Keeps my mind focused, and alert.
    Making friends on the way, is a cert.
    Brighton my way. X

  55. Gill chilton says:

    I love how comping is open to all. You can start today and win tomorrow! Turning free time into prizes and money can’t buy experiences… what’s not to like? Even when you lose (often!) there is fun with new comping friends and the thrill of the (next qualifier) chase.

  56. Sue Ocock says:

    Comping has given me new experiences, new things, new friends and much fun.
    It is never boring and at difficult times has provided a comforting distraction.
    Nothing beats the excitement of a winning message or delivery, no matter how small the reward and that dream prize could be next….

  57. Jenny Kallin says:

    It sounds strange but I love the anticipation. For example, if I enter a competition to win a trip to Paris, I actually feel happy imagining myself there whether I win or not! And if I actually win then even better!!!!!

  58. Cath Lord says:

    This wonderful hobby has taken me to places I would never otherwise have been from cruising the Caribbean to the west to sights and sounds of Hong Kong in the east plus making many new friends who share this passion too

  59. Lian Hunt says:

    A comper I am
    A community we are
    A winner I’ll be
    And praise from afar

    We stick together
    Through a peak and a trough
    The prizes we win
    Are our amazing payoff

  60. Laura says:

    I love the variety and excitement of comping, as well as the community surrounding it.

    • Lauren Smith says:

      Life generally revolves around having to be quite selfish to ‘win’, but the comping community is the antithesis of that.

      We share, cheer and praise others from genuinely good hearts.

      We congratulate without bitterness
      We can be envious without jealousy

      We are a community others should aspire to be.

  61. Tony Smith says:

    From teens with my dimples
    to old age and pimples,
    I’ve entered competitions galore.
    Now Brighton Super Lucky
    has made me feel plucky
    to find fun, frolics and more.

  62. Lesley Andrews says:

    Previous life – Comper was me
    Postie delivers an LWE
    20 years later – back in the game
    Sense of anticipation the same
    Now ‘Insta’ and Twitter bring the surprises
    “Congratulations you’ve won” – parcels and prizes
    Tech-savvy hobby – we’re no fuddy duddies
    What fun! And a network of new comping buddies ❤️

  63. Jose Allison says:

    I have been comping a long time, it’s an AMAZING hobby.
    I have won experiences that money SIMPLY can’t buy, and pleasures for others.
    I will never forget the look on my late dad’s face when I won him organic fruit and vegetables for a year ……JUST PRICELESS………

  64. emma pearce says:

    I am not sporty or crafty and I am tone deaf so all the other hobbies seemed unappealing.
    I joined the ones who didn’t fit else where, who had determination, hidden skills and motivation. Not only to win but to build a welcoming community who I now call my friends.

  65. Danniella Somerville says:

    The suspense and excitement of entering competitions has really driven me to keep comping as a hobby.
    I have followed Super Lucky Me throughout my comping journey and the opportunity to come along would be absolutely amazing!
    To win this of all competitions would be next to none!

    • joanne farman says:

      I look like a normal person, I live like a normal person, But sometimes Party like a celebrity. Food shopping in the morning followed by a trip to Amsterdam to play footy with the holland team. Im just a not so run of the mill mam and i love it.

  66. Helena says:

    I’m proud to be a comper, it really has changed my life.
    My top prize, I won my wedding. So when I became a wife!
    From holidays galore to the carpet that covers the floor.
    The tension. Who will win these tickets? You can cut it with a knife.

  67. Heather Ellis says:

    Imagine the thrill as my 8 year old self found the needle in a haystack at the village fete, to win a basket of fruit! That’s the thrill I still get, sourcing, sharing, entering and occasionally winning those fantastic money can’t buy prizes … or the basket of fruit.

  68. Alexandra Sharples says:

    It’s fun,slightly addictive and a healthier pastime than others. Its aldi amazing to surprise family and friends with little gifts here and there. My daughters face lights up when she sees the postman.

  69. Donna Christman says:

    I’m bouncy, breezy, bonny and bright,
    eternal comper from morning ’til night.
    I dream at work, food shopping too,
    of all the incredible trips I’ll do.
    And this weekend, another show!
    (Another win for kids in tow)
    Next month: a hotel for two,
    Our fantastic win – all thanks to you!

  70. Christine says:

    Dolphins swimming beside our boat, walking the red carpet in Cannes. VIP guest at the World Cup? Go on then! Aceing Wimbledon, or the thrill of a kids new bike, thats why l love comping. ‘Just Plane Lucky’ no its Di’s fab tips!

  71. Sarah Prescott says:

    Dressed up silly to win a prize,
    Instant wins I love a surprise,

    Collecting tokens for a big draw,
    Or meeting fellow compers is brilliant for sure
    Knowing we’ve got this fabulous group,
    Exiting times ahead for members woop,woop

  72. Jennifer Davies says:

    I started comping 8 years ago when I first was diagnosed with several illnesses it became like a new friendship in my life and was always there when I couldn’t sleep at night because of chronic pain and sometimes completely distracted me from feeling distressed and depressed
    Wins for me always seem to land when I’m having a tough week and gives me the spur on to keep entering….I’ve managed to convert so many friends into comping too
    If you know anyone with chronic illnesses or depression or even the elderly definitely recommend them to start this fun hobby.
    Everyone needs and deserves a pick me up from time to time….and I think it teaches us all a valuable lesson not to give up.
    I would really love to visit and meet Di as I’m a huge fan as I’m sure most are on here

  73. Vicky M says:

    Comping makes dreams come true!
    I’ve always been lucky and whisking my friends and family off to amazing experiences thanks to winning money can’t buy prizes is such a brilliant feeling. My life improved the day I started comping. I’ve never looked back!

  74. Richard Beesley says:

    Comping for me is not only about the wins, for where the competitions end…is where true friendship begins.

  75. Polly Powers says:

    As a singleton with two kids my hobby is my time out which enables myself and my children to experience some amazing things that money can’t buy! Like my trip to Rana, and my sons FA Cup Mascot experience a few years ago, that is why love comping!!!

  76. Hayley Pemberton says:

    I love comping because it enables me and my family to experience things i wouldnt normally be able to and give my friends and family wonderful presents

  77. Clare Moloney says:

    Dressed as a clown
    let Cushelle block my loo
    been zoo keeper for a day
    even climbed the 02
    no stone unturned in hunt for qualie
    buying pepperoni sticks
    and expensive bolly
    meeting WIN -derful friends my Ulit-MATE win
    so Di-amite Di, PLEASE LET ME IN !

  78. Jamie Edwards says:

    After having children my previous hobbies became difficult to continue with most of the time and I felt like I lost a bit of myself, when I found comping and a community of compers to go with it I felt like I got something back. I have a hobby that I can do around work and my family and it has given all of us experiences and things we never would have had as a bonus!

  79. tina saunders says:

    I’ve Comped since 1981 – fantastic hobby! It’s supplemented my income & I’ve won trips to Malta, Switzerland, Scotland, Majorca & Los Angeles twice. I also won trips to Argentina & South Africa for my brother’s family! I’ve met celebrities, flown in an airship, & treated friends to weekends away.

  80. Laura Bryant says:

    1. It’s a FREE hobby
    2. Anyone can do it!
    3. You can comp – anytime
    4. Choice of entry methods
    5. Compers are friendly
    6. Enjoy sharing winning tips
    7. You can involve the family
    8. Gifting wins is rewarding
    9. It’s good fun
    10. Nothing beats winning!

  81. Margaret Saunders says:

    Comping for me is fun and creative time with my little boy with the hope of winning something magical!

  82. Hannah Igoe says:

    Creative, fun
    Outrageously thrilling
    Money can’t buy experiences
    Pick me – I love winning
    Incredible things, I would never otherwise do
    New books and gadgets, for me and you
    Good fun all around, no day the same, a real life funny imaginative game!

  83. Amanda w says:

    I stumbled upon lucky learners one day and thought to myself ill never win anything but why not give it a go! That was 2 years ago now and I haven’t looked back! I love that I can get the whole family involved too!! Best hobby ever!!

  84. Juliet McArdle says:

    Honolulu, Perth, Bangkok, Charleston, Wellington, Dubai, Montreal, Sydney, Chicago, Jamaica, Phuket – just a few of the amazing places I have been to thanks to this incredible hobby. Before I was a Comper I’d never left Europe and my passion for Comping has given me a lust for travelling.

  85. ELISHA says:

    Coming from a cynic world & being told competitions & winners were not real as a kid… Now an adult & a lone parent, comping has saved my bacon with gifts and shopping, stumbling across you & your winnings inspired me.. 6 years in I am happy to part of this community.

  86. Sophie hyatt says:

    I never used to enter competitions as I thought I would never win, since being off on maternity it gave me a push to start entering them everyday and I bloody love it! The thought of winning something for my little one to put away for his birthday etc and the odd few wins for myself is great! And now I am totally addicted haha! I’ve even got all my friends into it!

  87. Elaine Saberi says:

    I used to be a very successful comper (I won cars, holidays etc.) but I gave up because of work commitments, now that I have retired I enter competitions everyday, but I just can’t win, I would love the chance to get some advice and help from modern day competition experts.

  88. Amelia McCreith says:

    Comping has not only provided me with money can’t buy prizes and experiences but has welcomed me into an amazing community of people who share the same passion and are prepared to share advice.

    A truly special hobby that brings people together and provides happiness in more ways than one!

  89. Claire says:

    They open my eyes to a lot of products and places I wouldnt have known about or tried otherwise!

  90. Nichola Jones says:

    A fabulous hobby that keeps me busy and winning gets me in a tizzy. Treats I couldn’t afford to try or amazing experiences money can’t buy. This comping world I love to be in even in dry spells when I can’t seem to win.

  91. iirene blair says:

    I love comping because at my age of 79 it keeps my brain active and gives me a real buzz when i receive an email or a letter informing me i have won.

  92. Jane Berrow says:

    What can I enter for today? That question gets me out of bed and eagerly looking forward to some comping. I love it.

  93. Andrea Clarkson says:

    Comping brings that extra sprinkle of sparkle to our lives. We work hard to pay for day to day life, the time spent comping is time spent dreaming, in anticipation of once in a lifetime opportunities, it lifts the heart and motivates the mind. Most importantly it has given us experiences that we would never have dreamed of, let alone to have as memories to last a lifetime.

  94. juliette morrison says:

    Comping is fun and therapeutic, good for the soul and great when you win prizes.
    Brings friendships and fun, experiences that you dream of and opens the horizons to possibilities that you could only wish for.

  95. Bec James says:

    I love comping for the fun
    For unforgettable prizes to be won
    From my giant inflatable pretzel to my Maldives holiday
    Comping is great in every way
    From trips with Rylan and jet2
    Meeting so many compers just like me and you!
    To theatre trips with my mum and Nan
    With unforgettable holidays with my man
    Is a hobby I love and adore
    A great and fulfilling hobby which gives more and more!

  96. Ursula McDermott says:

    Friends you make, prizes you win, unforgettable experiences money can’t buy. What’s not to love.

  97. Bethany (Gee) Teasdale says:

    Let’s just face it,

    Usually people say… your so lucky!!

    Choice is my reply!! You could be to!!

    Kind and caring compers always there to help you through,

    Yes that’s really true, thank you each and everyone of you.

    Miracles really do happen,

    Entering competitions, that’s why I love you.

  98. Creative juices flowing,
    Overcoming the Odds.
    Money-can’t-buy prizes…
    Pinging into my inbox!
    Inspiring others…
    No other hobby compares.
    Giving loved ones memories to share!

    (I’ve written an acrostic poem spelling out COMPING above – just in case the formatting disappears when I press the button to submit comment).

  99. christine shelley says:

    For me it is the opportunity to share magical experiences with family that could never afford it ( swimming with the dolphins in Dubai ) , emotional ones you never forget ( Premier of War Horse with injured veterans ( £500 cheque for Homeless Hostel who requested we buy vests and pants !

  100. Karen Dixon says:

    I love comping as I enter competitions that I would normally read / watch / do and it opens to mind to other things. I love that feeling a receiving a surprise win through the post and getting that fantastic winning message.

  101. Charlotte Cauldwell says:

    I love competitions, low entry ones are my cup of tea, the feeling of only 3 entry’s excites me.
    Good morning Britain cash competitions and other well known ones I’ll leave that to the masses, whilst I look for Merlin passes.
    Comps are the best, find them before the rest

  102. Kirsty Connor says:

    I love comping, it’s true
    There’s no other hobby, I want to do
    I will even do it sitting on the loo!
    It’s such a thrill to win a prize
    Big or small, no matter the size
    Who doesn’t love a freebie; they’re telling lies!

  103. Corinne Marsh says:

    Wishes can turn to facts, Dreams can turn to reality, and my Bank Balance can stay in the healthy zone!

  104. Danielle Jupp says:

    I love comping because its a buzz. The thought of winning a prize that you would never be able to afford. I also love entering competions for gifts that i know friends and family will love so i can make there day and see the smile on their face.

  105. Merle Graves says:

    Comping ‘BRIGHTONS’ my every day,
    Following Di’s SUPERLUCKY way.
    This LUCKY LEARNER has lots of fun!!
    Even though she’s NEVER won…

  106. Natalie says:

    Having suffered anxiety, for me comping is a hobby I absolutely love as it enables me to focus my mind and attention on something else. It’s a fabulous way to lose your mind into something fun, whilst also winning a prize or two along the way!

  107. Oli Marshall says:

    Comping is the only thing on this planet that makes me feel alive (it truly does!). I can’t wait to wake up in the morning and enjoy my first coffee whilst scrolling through the sea of never – ending thrilling competitions. No matter how difficult my day may be, I always feel that it’s OK because, I know, at the end of each day, my comfy PJs and my laptop, my loyal friends, are waiting with a promise that something exciting is waiting for me.

  108. Jim Radford says:

    I love comping…it’s legitimises my madness to dress up as a banana and hang in a graveyard for a Halloween photo….

  109. stella noble says:

    I love comping because it gives me such a thrill, the best competitions are the ones you forgotten you had entered and you win!

  110. Kirsty says:

    Stumbled across di’s YouTube vids one day
    Now I love nothing more than a giveaway
    Bought the book, read the blog, joined the Facebook group
    The whole community’s a supportive troop
    With the help of others I knew where to begin
    Superlucky live is a prize I’d love to win!

  111. Cassie says:

    Although I’m relatively new to comping and so far just have a paddling pool to my comping wins. Comping to me is a little like Christmas when I was a kid, the surprise of having a parcel and not knowing what’s inside!

  112. Denise says:

    Michelin meals, luxury stays
    Mindblowing nights and bucket list stays
    Australia, Asia and America too –
    5 star wins I have won – these are only a few.
    Cars, cash and gadgets and please don’t scream
    Yep won them all and it isn’t a dream
    Met celebrities, premiers, my hobbies so cool
    Gonna keep entering and make my workmates DROOL

  113. Melissa hall says:

    No more mindless surfing the web,
    FarmVille and candy crush no more,
    I caught the comping bug and crave the postie at the door!
    The comping community are friendly and generous through and through,
    Comping is not just for me , all are welcome, yes and you!

  114. Sandra Bevins says:

    Comping a simple word that can open the World to amazing opportunities. Travel, luxury, experiences you would never believe. That’s what makes me a Comper. Good Luck everyone

  115. Aimee leedham says:

    I LOVE because it is a way to unwind at the end of a long day. It is something to look forward to always. I get in my fluffy Pjs, get in bed and tune off from the world. It is my happy place! ❤✉ fingers well and truly crossed! P.s – Thanks di your article started it all off for me and your book is pride of place on my shelf.

  116. Emily says:

    I LOVE comping
    That’s a lie
    I HATE comping
    You’ll never hear me say that
    I enjoy that winning feeling so much

    But how boring is that?
    There’s so many chores to do
    People say
    Comping? A waste of time!
    What did you do today?

    (Read from bottom to top)

  117. michelle caspenenti says:

    One, two, three, four,
    The same four walls, I’m sure there’s more,
    Loneliness, stress and pain within,
    Until my comping does begin.
    Comping takes my mind away,
    From daily life and the same old day,
    Meeting friends and having fun,
    Lights up my life like the morning sun.
    Super lucky me!

  118. Adele says:

    Comping has become the addiction dream
    A prize arrives and hear me scream
    My work colleagues participate as a team
    I take prizes in and their smiles beem
    The Comping group are a force to be had
    Show and tell, questions and queries
    But one thing for sure your never alone
    thank goodness for super lucky me
    For keeping us in the loop wouldnt you agree.

  119. Gordon says:

    I love comping. This is my 19th year of this great hobby. When you receive a prize you get a buzz . Like Christmas every month off the year. Cheers see you in Brighton X

    • Jean Cass says:

      I love comping and would love to meet fellow comping. I’m looking to organise a comping day in the near future and would love to experience the Super Lucky day to see how it’s done ! Hoping I will be Super Lucky!

  120. Claire Plumb says:

    I love comping because it gives us as a family a little bit extra things we wouldn’t of been able to afford. The whole family have been getting involved even my Mum and husband. Love it. Thank you for all the helpful tips and advice.

  121. Kelly turner-chapman says:

    I love it because it gives me something to look forward to. I love the buzz it gives to you, the excitement you get from winning the prizes and also joy from helping others out if you don’t want the prize but it can put a smile on someone else’s face

  122. Laura antill says:

    I love comping here
    I love comping there
    I love comping for prizes small
    I love comping for prizes tall
    I love comping for me
    I love comping for my mini me
    I love comping mostly for gin
    I love comping lose or win!

  123. Hannah eaton says:

    I love comping as it gives me opportunities that I could never afford or imagine doing! It’s taken me on and adventure and would love to meet like minded people as all my friends think I’m crazy would love to make friends who enjoy comping too

  124. Jo says:

    Comping makes me exercise! Due to all the drinks and sweets I never normally buy, it gives me a reason to get up jig and move from side to side. Even if the win isn’t the reason for my jump, I need to move or I’ll turn into a lump!

  125. Courtney Randall says:

    I love comping as it gives me the joy of being able to win stuff I usually wouldn’t be able to. Every new win gives me a real buzz and wants me to keep on going. If I was to win tickets it would be a great time to come an meet many new compers as I haven’t been doing this long and a new place to visit in the UK 😀

  126. Alison Thackray says:

    Why do I love comping? The answer’s quite baffling to some.
    But if you never enter, you won’t have ever won!
    So for all those thinking ‘shall I try it’, I’ll give you a little clue
    The excitement’s quite exhilarating & I hope you find out too.

  127. I love the thrill of the chase, keeping my brain active and having fabulous fun. I have found firm friends and achieved so many money cannot buy experiences for myself and family the joy on my niece and her son’s face when he walked out at the FACup final with Raheem Sterling was priceless.

  128. ALFREDA EMERY says:

    Comping holds all the aces I dream of white goods cash and faraway places

  129. Linda spevick says:

    To do what I’ve never done,enjoying compings rollercoaster of fun…..Any prize large or small is better than no prize at all,winnng is such a thrill,a great tonic,a pick me up pill!

  130. Sarah Ware says:

    Comping has been a real life saver for me so please save a spot for me at super lucky live

    • Claire Rowan says:

      The excitement, hope, pleasure and desire of being chosen to receive a prize….it feels like you’ve been selected to be treated for all the hard work you do in your day to day life. It’s the pure elation of knowing something new and inspiring is possibly coming your way. Comping opens doors.

  131. Elloise says:

    As i get to experience things I never usually could afford!

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