The good news is yes! The competition is very real and has been set up in accordance with expert legal advisors who specialise in marketing and gaming law. we have been in correspondence with the Gambling Commision who’s legal team have considered our processes and informed us that it is our continuing responsibility to ensure that scheme is lawfully promoted as a prize competition.
That depends entirely on how many tickets you buy and the total tickets that we sell before the draw date. There is a cap on selling 1,000 tickets or a closing date of 23:59 on 31 March 2019, whichever comes first. For example, if you were to buy 1 ticket (AND CORRECTLY SPOT THE BALL) and we sell a total of 700 tickets but only half of those select the correct square, then your odds are 1 in 350. Put this into perspective the odds of winning the lottery are approximately 1 in 13,983,816, that’s a whopping 1 in 14 million! (figures reported by the Telegraph in May of 2017 – http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/05/22/pick-lottery-numbers-win/)
Instantly, because we use an online ordering system, you can check your entry any time you like and you will be able to see it in your account the moment you complete the transaction.
Our support team is fully manned during normal office hours of 9 am – 5 pm Monday – Friday.
Click on the Enter button on the website. You must be aged over 18 to enter. There is a video explaining all on the How to play page of the website.
As many as you like.
£500 for each entry.
Yes but someone can buy a ticket on your behalf.
In the event that we don't get 700 entries by the Closing Date, we will substitute the Prize with a cash alternative which shall be equal to the amount of the total amount of money received less: the runners up prizes and administration/promotion costs incurred by the Closing Date.
An independent judge will select the location of the ball. All entries that have chosen the same grid location as the expert panel will be entered into a draw, managed by an impartial adjudicator. The impartial adjudicator will select the winner at random using a computer driven randomisation algorithm.
4 April 2019
Yes if they want to, but only once the property is legally transferred to the winner.
We will contact the winner as soon as the draw has been completed by phone, email and post.
No. The stamp duty is part of the main prize.