Win A Manchester Home - Cash Winner
Win a three bedroomed detached house that's close to Salford University. Valued at £240,000 the owner aims to sell 135,000 tickets by the 23rd April 2018. Answer three questions.
Winner: Joe Chalmers (St Helens)
Launched: 23rd October 2017 Closed: 23rd April 2018
Location: Salford, Manchester, M7 1RA
House Value: £240000
Ticket Price: £5.00 (Free Entry Available)
Tickets Sold: Unknown
This property is a recent new build and is now offered as a prize in this competition. As well as the three bedrooms there's a fully fitted kitchen complete with integrated appliances. The property has a leasehold agreement that has 248 years left to run.
To take part you need to answer three multiple choice questions based on the property. Payment for tickets is via bank transfer and there's a free entry postal option detailed at the foot of the entry form.
The maximum number of tickets available are 135,000. If insufficent tickets are sold then a cash prize will be awarded based on fees received. Admin charges of 25% of fees will be retained by the promoter.
The competition does have a social media presence. At time of writing these hadn't been updated since the end of 2017.
The competition concluded in April 2018 and the winner announced via the website. No details have been released regarding the amount won or the number of tickets sold.
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