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Score 6 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend


I'd say that Rafflecopter is a good tool for a basic giveaway. It doesn't seem like they've made any substantial changes in several years. If you're looking to host a one-off or occasional giveaway, Rafflecopter will do what you need it to do, but if a giveaway platform is a major component of your marketing strategy, look elsewhere.
Joe Hallissey | TrustRadius Reviewer



  • Rafflecopter helps to connect our business with our clients outside of clinic.
  • Rafflecopter allows the ability for our clients to spread the word about our clinic through our social media efforts.
  • Rafflecopter truly lets us see how successful we are with our clients, especially because if our patients were not truly satisfied with our services, then they would not want to take part in the giveaways and promotions that we run through Rafflecopter.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer



  • The ability to do multiple contests on the FB page, that are separate from one another. Or to have "special" type of contest that is useable for tradeshows. Whether or not the tradeshow contest is connected to FB.
  • Once our contest was up and running, we had a hard time figuring out how to get more people to our contest page. We have a small group [less than 200] and besides just posting on FB, we couldn't get others to our page/contest! Maybe more ideas on how to achieve this? I suspect the info is already somewhere on the Rafflecopter blog, I just need to find it.
  • The "More Upgrades' tag that vibrates at the bottom of the page from where you are working on your contest, gets annoying. I've bought the blogger level, please don't try to upgrade me further.
  • While this wasn't a fault of Rafflecopter, the winner of our first contest turned out to be a FB contester. Meaning the person uses FB exclusively to enter contests for give-aways and freebies. When we picked the winner, if I could have "vetted" the winner to prevent that, then I would have picked a different winner. Cherry picking our winner? You bet, cause this person wasn't ever going to be a customer…
Eric Henao | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew


Rafflecopter 5.0
Based on 4 answers
I have only tried the free version of Rafflcopter so I do not have any experience using the paid version. My experience with the free version was wonderful and I continue to recommend it to anyone!
Marisa Strupp | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered


Having used all three software platforms, I believe that both ShortStack and Woobox have surpassed Rafflecopter in terms of features set. It's been a few years since I've used Woobox and ShortStack so they may not be fully comparable any longer.
Joe Hallissey | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment


  • One of the best ROI's that we have.
  • Allows us to see the our current customer satisfaction levels based on their participation.
  • Allows for us to be able to better improve our customer service and satisfaction by being so customizable.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details



Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?

Rafflecopter Editions & Modules

  1. per month
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