Below you will find answers to some frequently asked questions. If you have a question that is not answered below then get in touch with us here.
Quigz is our exclusive Virtual Tokens. It’s really simple – Head over to the “My Quigz” wallet, type in how many Quigz you want (1 Quigz is £1) and choose your payment method. Done! Once complete, your Quigz will update and you can then use them to buy any items for sale on the EliteSigz.uk website or enter any of the Competitions!
Great question! You can view the total number of tickets for each Prize Competition on the page itself. The maximum number of tickets available will be displayed just above “Tickets Sold” so you know exactly how many paid entries there are at all times.
We offer two forms of entry: paid entry and free entry. Our Prize Competition Policy includes specific information for both.
Absolutely! Head over to Facebook.com/groups/SigzUK and watch the winners be selected, at random, every Thursday and Sunday. To know which day your Prize Competition will be ran, just check out the date written into the Prize Competition title as soon as it is full/closed. Easy peasy!
We are guessing you will be watching our Live Facebook draws like a hawk to see if you have scooped one of our great prizes! That being said, if you happen to miss the draw we will contact you by email to notify you of any wins. Be sure to check your email.
By law, we are required to include an element of skill or knowledge. As a minimum, we require all our participants to answer at least one general knowledge question, which we consider to be very difficult. If you answer the question wrong your entries will not count and no refund is given, so take your time.
Don’t worry! Our draws are as random as it gets. We use the https://www.random.org number generator to pick our winning number. Random.org runs a specialised system using radio antennas which pick up atmospheric noise to produce true randomness. Very cool! Occasionally, we will take a handful of names (usually the Top 25) and throw them into a second random generator. Randoming the random!? Now that’s random!