2 Pound Home - Cash Winner
For just £2 you could win a 3 bedroomed property that's located in a high demand area of Bristol. 188,000 tickets need to be sold before the 2nd February 2019.
Winner: Ian Bailey from Southampton
Launched: 2nd February 2018 Closed: 2nd February 2019
Location: Bristol, BS16 6UP
House Value: £250000
Ticket Price: £2.00 (Free Entry Available)
Tickets Sold: Unknown
2 Pound Home is another site that aims to become a hub for properties being sold via competitions. The owner claims that the site has been six years in the making - although six years ago the first "win a house" bubble had well and truly popped.
The first property on offer currently has a tenant plus there are cash prizes of £500, £400, £300, £200 and £100. That's all on the provision that all 188,000 tickets are sold by the long closing date. It's unclear if the tenant will be in place by February 2019?
If ticket sales are poor then a cash sum "equivalent to 80% of the total entry fees for the property" will be awarded. However, the terms also state that "such a decision to be made by us at our absolute discretion". That sounds a little too ambiguous to us! We'd like to read that a cash prize will be awarded if enough tickets aren't sold.
Tickets are purchased via the website using Worldpay, plus there's a free entry option.
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