Help support charities when you enter to win this Python Green Porsche Cayman 718. It packs a 4.0L flat-6 engine with 414 hp, a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, and lots of upgrades, like adaptive sport seats in Race-Tex and leather, carbon fiber interior trim, LED headlights, BOSE audio and more. Awesomer readers earn double entries.
How’d you like over 1500 hp in your garage? One very lucky winner will win BOTH a 2021 Dodge Charger Hellcat Redeye and a 2021 Dodge Durango Hellcat. This dynamic duo of supercharged muscle car and SUV are both fully loaded, and ready to roar. Entries help support veterans and kids charities, and Awesomer readers earn 2x entries.
One lucky winner will take homa a Sony PS5, an Xbox Series X, a Nintendo Switch, a Sony X900H 65″ 4K TV, a Bose QuietComfort 35 gaming headset, an Oculus Quest 2, and 5-year subscriptions to Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo’s online services. A portion of donations helps support the Playing for Change Foundation.
What’s better than winning a 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1? Winning a 1969 Mach 1 to park next to it. The new car has a 480hp V8, a 6-speed manual, and is just the 10th off the assembly line. The ’69 Mustang rocks a 428ci Super Cobra Jet V8, Ram Air, power steering and brakes, and a Traction-Lok rear. Awesomer readers get double entries.
You could win this tricked out 2021 Tesla Model S. This high-end EV comes with Ludicrous and Ludicrous+ modes, self-driving capability, 21″ Sonic Carbon wheels, a premium interior with carbon fiber, and red multicoat paint,. Packing 778 hp, the sedan zooms from 0-to-60 in 2.3 sec. Awesomer readers get double entries.
Enter now for your last chance to win this awesome muscle car. This custom 2020 Dodge Charger Hellcat Widebody has been upgraded with a 1000hp Forza Stage 4R tuning kit, over $10,000 in factory options, custom LED lighting, and carbon fiber aero. Awesomer readers get double entries. Sweepstakes ends 3.30.2021.
The 2020 GMC Sierra 3500 HD Denali is one badass pickup, and this tricked-out heavy-duty truck could be yours. With a Duramax diesel making 445 hp and 910 lb-ft. of torque, it’s ready to haul anything and does it in style. One lucky entrant will win this truck while helping to support charities. Plus, Awesomer readers get double entries.
Throughout 2020 and 2021 so far, Bitcoin has continued its meteoric rise. While you can’t get in on the ground floor anymore, you could win $8000 worth of the cryptocurrency if you win this sweepstakes. The lucky winner will also get $2000 in Ethereum, and other goodies. Donations support the Playing for Change Foundation.
In 2019, Subaru Tecnica Int’l. built just 209 of the STI S209, a rocket of a car powered by a 341hp Boxer engine, a 6-speed manual gearbox, and all-wheel drive. Enter to win this one in Crystal White Pearl with Satin Gold wheels, and support veterans and children’s charities. Awesomer readers get 50% bonus entries. Ends 2.23.2021.
Enter to win this special car and support Cruise for a Cause and their fight against cancer. The Shelby GT500SE has the carbon fiber track pack and tech package, along with pulley and cooling upgrades to make more than 800 hp. This 1-of-1 “HOPE Edition” will come in deep Antimatter Blue metallic. Readers earn bonus entries.
Enter for a chance to win over $5000 worth of home fitness equipment, including a Peloton Bike+ Basics, the Mirror, an Oura Ring, Bowflex SelectTech 552 dumbbells, a TRX PRO4, a Theragun Prime, and a $100 Choose-Your-Own-Fitness apparel gift card. Donations help support the Playing for Change Foundation.
The American Heritage Museum is giving away a 2-day adventure where one lucky entrant and a friend will drive three authentic tanks at their Hudson, MA facility. In addition to driving the M24 Chaffee, M4A3 Sherman, and M26 Pershing, they’ll tour the collection of over 95 tanks, military vehicles, and rare artifacts.
The BMW Car Club of America teamed up with watchmaker B.R.M Chronographes to create this limited-edition chronograph celebrating the club’s 50th anniversary. Enter for a chance to win this unique watch, and help support the TechForce Foundation, which helps students grow their skills as professional technicians.