Hobbies Contests SweepSheet: Sweepstakes Website Review SweepSheet Has Been Helping Subscribers Win Since 1990 Share PINTEREST Email Print SweepSheet's Newsletter Lists Mail-In and Online Sweepstakes. Image (c) Chemistry / Photographer's Choice / Getty Images Contests Basics HGTV & Scripps PCH Taxes & Finances FAQs Tips and Tricks Dream Vacations Win Money Win Electronics Home and Garden Lotteries Win Vehicles Jewelry and Clothing Types of Contests Creative Contests Scams Learn More By Sandra Grauschopf Writer University of Maryland Sandra Grauschopf has been working in the contests industry since 2002. She is a passionate sweeper, with tens of thousands of dollars worth of prize wins to her name, and she has been sharing advice about how to be a winner for over a decade. our editorial process Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Sandra Grauschopf Updated June 29, 2021 If you'd like to spend more time entering sweepstakes and less time searching for new giveaways to enter, a website like SweepSheet might be your answer. SweepSheet offers lots of ways to win for a reasonable fee. Here's what you need to know about this sweepstakes newsletter and website. What Is SweepSheet? Founded by Sandy Gulliver in 1990, it is one of the longest continuously running sweepstakes companies. Patti Osterheld took over as the editor from 2008 until her passing in 2020. The company is now owned and managed by Christi Rechtsteiner, SweepSheet started out as a mail-in sweepstakes newsletter delivered by postal mail. Over time, the company added a website with even more giveaways. In 2019, they replaced the postal newsletter with one delivered by email. Each week, the website offers around 250 new sweepstakes to enter. The giveaways are broken down into categories like mail-in sweepstakes, "Hot Flash!", or local, sweepstakes, instant wins, and more. Newsletter issues are sent out every other week. They include helpful information like profiles of "sweepstakes fanatics," hints and tips to win more often, trivia answers, and more. It focuses on sweepstakes that are open across the United States so that all subscribers can be assured of having a variety of sweeps to enter. Sweepstakes with especially high chances to win are marked to help members with limited time or postage enter more efficiently. To get a better feeling for the newsletter, you can check out a sample issue online. SweepSheet's Website: Additional Benefits for Members A subscription to SweepSheet includes not only the newsletter but also access to members-only areas of the website. Here are some of the benefits for subscribers: A carefully proofed list of sweepstakes to enter.The Conversation Corner, where subscribers can exchange hints and advice,Hot Flash!, which features sweepstakes that are especially exciting or have higher chances of winning.Curated picks of good sweepstakes to enter.Additional information to help enter giveaways, like puzzle answers and UPC codes.Informative articles.The ability to sort sweepstakes into your own custom lists. How Do Sweepstakes Get Listed on SweepSheet? SweepSheet has a staff of about 10 employees who find and verify sweepstakes. Members can also submit sweepstakes for consideration. It doesn't seem that SweepSheet accepts payments from sponsors to give their giveaways extra promotion. How to Join SweepSheet In order to use any of SweepSheet's features, you must become a paid subscriber. You can find the current prices here. As of this writing, you can choose to sign up for a one-month, three-month, or yearly subscription with rates of $15, $36, or $60. Should You Subscribe to SweepSheet? As more and more sweepstakes directories turn their focus solely on online sweepstakes, SweepSheet is especially attractive to people who like to enter sweepstakes by mail. But their online listings are valuable as well, especially the roundup of local giveaways. Joining SweepSheet might also make it easier to beat sweepstakes burnout. The editors take great pains to ensure that the sweepstakes they list are accurate, and they work hard to motivate their readers and make entering more fun. On the other hand, many other sweepstakes directories offer similar services without charging a subscription or membership fee. If you're living outside of the United States, this might not be the newsletter for you. The printed version of the newsletter only ships to American addresses and the sweepstakes are mostly open only to U.S. residents. Is SweepSheet worth the money to you? If the newsletter sounds appealing to you, you can always try signing up for a single newsletter to see if you like it before you commit to a longer subscription. If you're interested in other reputable sweepstakes newsletters, check out TheBalance's review of Sweeping America as well.