2million Dream Home With Raffle House Review
Raffle House are offering entrants the chance to win "a dream home worth more than £2million" in their latest prize draw. However unlike in previous draws where the property has been designated this time round the prize is just £2million cold hard cash to achieve your property dreams. Tickets for this one cost from £10 and subscriptions are now an option.
Launched: 1st January 2024 Closes: 25th February 2024
Platform: Raffle House
Location: UK, RM14
House Value: £3000000 (6 Bedrooms)
Ticket Price: £10.00 (Free Entry Available)
Tickets Sold: Unknown
Cash Alternative: 70% cash sum (after deductions)
To kick off 2024 Raffle House have given their site another makeover. They've even added a brand new logo which is meant to have a house punctuating the words raffle and house but all we see is a pig or a small house with breasts. What Freud would make of that we don't know. Anyway new site, new logo but same old same old in our opinion. There's no property as such to be won but instead you could be taking home £2million to buy your dream home. You don't even have to use the money to buy a home (unlike Tramway Path) as you're free to use the cash as you like. The big question is whether anyone actually gets £2million because despite their numerous prize draws and high profile no one is any the wiser if Raffle House have actually created a big money/property winner since they started this big money approach. We know they have winners because they're on the winners page - but there's just no information with respect to the amount won.
About The Property
As there's no property on offer we can't tell you about it. However Raffle House look liked they've jumped on the Omaze "let's give away a place in the sun" during December bandwagon by plastering a lovely looking Villa with pool across their new look site. We wonder whether that may mislead entrants or entice them? Either way it's a nice looking property and definitely tempts you in to buy when there's wet and grey skies just outside the office window. Interestingly despite offering big money Raffle House do have a little dig at Omaze on their website. They've got a small section under the heading "Winning the wrong house is a burden" and suggest "a mega pad might look like the dream, but it might also mean a monthly burden to settle those bills". With their approach of giving you the cash then you can buy where you want, what you want and everyone's happy... well provided the prize is £2million!
How To Enter The Competition & Discounts
To enter the prize draw you simply need to select the number of tickets that you wish to purchase. It now operates in a very similar way to Omaze. For example for £10 you can get 15 tickets, £25 lands you 50 tickets, £100 buys you 100 tickets and there's a massive 2000 tickets should you wish to part with £300. However there is a free postal entry option. Note that you must be registered with Raffle House to use this option. For this prize draw Raffle House are supporting multiple charities and entrants are able to choose from one of over 25 charities to donate to. Like Omaze, Raffle House have also added a subscription option. This apparently gives you three times more tickets than a one-off purchase. Taking the option really depends on your faith in the platform.
As with Omaze there isn't a ticket target indicated on the site. All we know is that there's a closing date set for the 25th February 2024. This draw also does have an early bird draw. Enter before the 28th January 2024 and you have the chance to win a safari holiday worth up to £50,000 (we're not sure if there's a cash alternative but believe there will be). According to the terms if by the closing date "the actual number of Entries received is less than the required number of Entries, the Competition will close and on the Draw Date there will be a Draw, at the sole discretion of the Promoter, by reference to the proceeds received from the Entries to award to the Winner the Cash Prize". This figure is determined as "70% of the total value of the total Entry Fees received up to the Closing Date net the Promoterís operational costs; less (2) the amount of the Charity Donation".
Up until November 2023 we had an affiliate relationship with Raffle House but that was pulled with 24hrs notice. We'll try not to let that influence our review. However if a company treats us badly then we often think that will reflect on the way they treat customers and we'd prefer to recommend sites that treat us well. Affiliate or not though the biggest issue with Raffle House is transparency and whilst it's nice to see they have winners of early birds and grand prize draws on their site - it doesn't tell us if the grand prize winners are winning the prize as stated. Amg G (June) took the cash, Paul R won "a prize" whilst Chris C won a "life changing amount of money". Surely if any of these were the £2million or £3million then it'd be plastered all over the media in the same way Omaze loves to do. It may be worth a punt for a tenner but we'd take our affiliate cash (if we had it) and use it to play on other platforms.
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