Win A Dream Home Brighton - Cash Winner

Raffle House are offering entrants the chance to win "a dream home worth more than £2million" in their latest prize draw. The prize of a luxury and contemporary four-bedroom house is located in Ovingdean but a £2million cash alternative is also available. Tickets for this one cost from £10.

Winner: Amy G

Launched: 7th February 2023 Closed: 25th June 2023

Platform: Raffle House

Location: Ovingdean, BN2 7BE

House Value: £2000000 (4 Bedrooms)

Ticket Price: £10.00 (Free Entry Available)

Tickets Sold: Unknown

Cash Alternative: 70% cash sum (after deductions)

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After a bunch of house prize draws where the results have been left relatively unknown, Raffle House have revamped for 2023. They've got a new look and a new property to giveaway. They've also done away with the other pay to enter draws that they'd added previously. In fact we'd say that they've looked at how Omaze operate and have pretty much adopted the same model. So what does this mean for entrants? Well they now have a £2million property or £2million cash prize to try and win. Located in Ovingdean, The Orchard is described as a luxury and contemporary four-bedroom house with private gardens and woodland on Englandís south coast. Interestingly the same property is on sale at Savills with a value of £1695000. We're guessing the increased valuation accounts for furnishings and other costs which will be take care of by Raffle House.

About The Property

The property is part of a gated community and consists of four bedrooms and underfloor heating througout. Three of the bedrooms are on the first floor and the principal bedroom has it's own en-suite plus a balcony. The fourth bedroom is downstairs and also has it's own en-suite. The property benefits from a large living/dining area whilst the kitchen has it's own pantry and plant room! The kitchen includes integrated Miele appliances including full height fridge, full height freezer, oven, combination oven, six ring induction hob and dishwasher. In some senses this property offers upside down living as the garage is on the first floor but the first floor is at road level. It's worth checking out the images on Raffle House or Savills to see the property design. Details about running costs are not provided nor do we know how much rental could be achieved should the new owner wish to go down the route.

How To Enter The Competition & Discounts

To enter the competition 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. Follow our link to save money on these standard offers. There is no question to answer! 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 Great Ormond Street Hospital and a donation will be made by them. According to the terms the charity donation will be 10% of the total value of entry fees.

Ticket Target

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 June 2023. This seems a little bit ambitious going by the previous raffles. Even more so as Raffle House intend to dish out 4 x £250,000 in various early bird draws that are scheduled for February, March, April and May. 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".

Our Verdict

Raffle House have obviously looked at how successful Omaze have been with their property prize draws that they've decided to emulate that model. They've gone for desirable property but also played a blinder by offering the cash alternative too - something Omaze don't do. The four early bird prizes of £250,000 are also attractive. It's also good news that they've decided to go "all in" with the property prize instead of fumbling around with lifestyle prizes etc. However the big problem Raffle House have is that they need to emulate Omaze in terms of sales and also create a property winner. We don't want to see closing dates moved or glib reports of winners further down the road. To do this they're going to have to advertise and advertise a lot. They're also going to need to convince previous entrants to return. Overall it's good to see Raffle House back in the game. With Tramway Path also about to return to the arena things are starting to warm up again with house raffles. Enter Competition Here

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