Win A Home In County Durham - Cash Winner
Known as HMV Competitions, this site offered the chance to win a property in County Durham worth £42950. Ryan Henderson won a cash prize at the conclusion of the competition.
Winner: Ryan Henderson
Launched: 23rd June 2017 Closed: 10th December 2017
Location: Durham, DL4 2JZ
House Value: £42950
Ticket Price: £5.00 (Free Entry Available)
Tickets Sold: 10000 Revenue: £50000 (Estimated)
An alternative prize of £30,000 Cash and a car up to the value of £14,595 was also added to the contest. The promoter aimed to sell just 20000 tickets between June and December 2017.
Win A Home In County Durham ended on 10th December with <10000 ticket sales. A live Facebook video is on the site showing the winner being selected. We understand that Ryan won a total prize of £7000. An additional £500 was donated to Age UK Solihull.
The promoter of the competition, Howard Rose, has since started another contest. Property Lotto has emerged from HMV Competitions and offers entrants the chance to win £200,000 to spend on the property of their choice.
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