Prize Property - Closed - Refunds
The prize on offer was a 2 bedroom London apartment near to Greenwich Train Station. The website states that after discussions with the Gambling Commission they've opted to cancel.
Launched: 25th October 2017 Closed: 26th January 2018
Location: Greenwich, London, SE10 9JE
House Value: £460000
Ticket Price: £5.00 (Free Entry Available)
Tickets Sold: Unknown
The website explains that "due to press coverage out of our control, which provided too much information regarding the skilled question, it was subsequently not deemed fit for purpose". Eventbrite will return the Entry Fees to each Entrant by bank card refund.
To enter, participants needed to identify a famous ship from a list of four choices - The San Salvador, The Golden Hind, The Cutty Sark, and the Flying Cloud. The competition image was shown on media webistes, such as The Sun, so we can only assume that this was a problem.
Had 130,000 tickets been sold then the winner would have received the £460,000 flat in Greenwich and two charities, Thrombosis UK and SUDC UK, would have both received £25,000 each.
Although the website is still active, all social media pages relating to the competition have been removed.
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