That Prize Guy Competitions Review

That Prize Guy are another huge pay to enter prize draw brand that operates out of Northern Ireland. They say that they're "dedicated to bringing you the chance to score incredible prizes at a bargain" and that's quite accurate. In recent times they've given away houses and huge cash prizes. In fact at time of writing they've dished out over 60million in prizes and donated nearly 200K to charity. Ticket prices start from 75p.


Company: That Prize Guy

When Was That Prize Guy Competitions Launched: 2020

What Prizes Can You Win: Cash, Cars, Holidays, Instant Wins

Can You Enter For Free: Yes - See Terms For Details

Do People Really Win: Winners Page

Our Rating Out Of 5:

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About That Prize Guy Competitions

That Prize Guy Limited was launched in 2020 and is owned by Paul Harkin. Located in Bangor, Northern Ireland, they've been one of the raffle style sites that we've known about mainly due to running a couple of win a house prize draws. The That Prize Guy site is a typical pay to enter site, bathed mainly in black and gold, with few frills but all the necessary elements front and centre. As mentioned above their aim is to offer incredible prizes at a bargain price. Cash does dominate the prize landscape here and just scrolling down you can enter to win anything between 500 and 500,000 (March 2024). Away from cash other prizes include a Ford Transit Custom, 1000 Tattoo Voucher, a Trip to ibiza and other experiences.

How To Enter That Prize Guy Competitions

Entering prize draws at That Prize Guy is very easy. There's no need to answer any questions, you simply select the number of tickets you wish to buy for a particular draw and purchase them. You do need to be registered and logged in to the site to participate. Each prize draw has a limited number of tickets that can be purchased. The number of tickets you can buy per draw is limited (although it can be up to 200) and there are discounts should you purchase tickets in bulk. A no purchase entry route is available for all prize draws and these are outlined in the terms and conditions. Given the price of tickets versus stamps then it's only really a useful option for the more expensive draws.

Closing Dates

Each prize draw has a limited number of tickets available and a closing date. According to their FAQ, competitions are not extended and all prizes go ahead regardless of tickets sold. If tickets sell out really quickly then the prize draw gets closed and drawn earlier than advertisied. There is a lot of clarity with respect to entries with each draw clearly indicating the number of tickets sold and those that are still available. Each draw also lists the names of the entrants and when they purchased their tickets. You can find this information under the 'Entry Lists' section on the website. If you prefer not to wait until the closing date to see if you're a winner then there are some Instant Win prize draws also on the site.

That Prize Guy Competitions Winners

Prize draw winners are "selected using Google random number generator" and this is all done live via That Prize Guy's Facebook feed. When the winning number is selected the winner is then shown in a spreadsheet so there's full transparency. A full list of winners can be found on social media and on their webpage. The web winners content provides the name of who won and the winning ticket number. There are no links to the prize draw videos though or the entry lists. Furthermore no details are given regarding number of ticket sales for the completed draws (although no one seems to be happy to offer this kind of detail). That Prize Guy has over 30 pages of winners but only a few photos showing entrants with their prizes.

Our Verdict

There's plenty to like at That Prize Guy especially when it comes to ticket price. At time of writing the most expensive prize draw was 3.49 but many were 20p, 30p, 40p etc. Although we have seen property prizes on this site before the main focus is cold hard cash - and even the other prizes have a cash alternative available. In terms of responsible play there isn't any messages relating to it or information should you wish to opt-out or if That Prize Guy monitor sales. If you're thinking of entering prize draws at this site then do join their Facebook page. It's worth doing this just for discounts on the already cheap prices. Whilst the cheap prices are good we do wonder whether some draws lose That Prize Guy money. For example a 7000 draw ending today seems to have sold a maximum of 6000 tickets. Still that does make them worth checking out especially if you like seeking cheap and potentially low odds pay to enter draws.

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Disclaimer: Raffle and skill competitions can be expensive and addictive. Only wager if you can afford to lose. Sites like That Prize Guy Competitions are not regulated in the same way as other UK gambling sites. Details shown above were correct at time of writing and are provided for information purposes only. Any links provided are not an endorsement from Loquax. In some cases Loquax may earn a referral fee from sales this does not effect our review. We strongly advise all visitors do due diligence on each site before deciding to enter including reviewing all terms - you may also like our Raffles FAQ. Begambleaware.org.

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