Win An Ossett House - Cash Winner

Here's your chance to win a beautiful 4 bedroom detached house in Yorkshire, a stunning Range Rover Sport (7 seater) and a spectacular Kawasaki Ninja Super Bike. The competition is hosted on the Raffall platform and tickets cost just 2 each.

Winner: Jordan Ward

Launched: 15th March 2022 Closed: 30th September 2022

Platform: Raffall

Location: Ossett, Yorkshire, WF5

House Value: £280000 (4 Bedrooms)

Ticket Price: £2.00 (Free Entry - See 5.6 in Terms)

Tickets Sold: 146170 Revenue: £292340 (Estimated)

Cash Alternative: 75% of ticket sales

We've seen win a house properties go back up for raffle after failing to succeed but this particular prize has a wholly unique story. This house was the prize in Raffall's first house competition. That particular prize draw was won by Claire Reynolds and after living in the home since 2020 she's decided to put it back on Raffall. Her and her family have made the decision to move to Spain and instead of selling the property on the usual market, they're hoping to create a winner in a raffle of their own. Located in Ossett, Yorkshire we've estimated the property's value at 300,000 - just a little bit up on the 280,000 it was worth when Dale Tate opened his win a house competition.

About The Property

The property is a large 4 bedroom detached house built by Strata Homes. It boasts modern decor and high quality fixtures and fittings, spacious rooms set over 3 floors. To the rear is a large enclosed garden plus the property benefits from a detached single garage. There are a handful of images of the property on the Raffall competition page plus a video tour - although this is Strata Homes show home and not the actual prize. Joining the prize package is a 2015 Range Rover sport 7 seater with full dealer ship service history and a Kawasaki Ninja 636 super bike (owned from new). Details are quite limited on both vehicles although the latter has low mileage. All legal fees and stamp duty will be paid by the host.

How To Enter The Competition

To enter the raffle you need to be registered with Raffall. This can be done via Facebook or email login. Once at the house raffle page it's a case of answering a question and purchasing tickets. The question pops up in a window - for this particular competition you'll need to answer a multiple choice question about Smurfs! The answer is pretty easy but you can always Google if you're stuck. Remember you're not told if you're right or wrong so make sure you are right before purchasing. Tickets cost 2 each and there's no limit to the number you can purchase. You can purchase online using debit cards. As far as we're aware no donations will be made to charity.

300,000 Ticket Sales

The promoter hopes to sell 300,000 tickets (total revenue 600,000) by the end of September 2022 in order to conclude the draw. If insufficient tickets are sold then the winners will receive 75% of the ticket revenue whilst the remainder is kept by Raffall. All compensation payments are guaranteed and paid directly by Raffall Limited. This is a little bit different to house competitions run by individuals and should offer more assurance to entrants. As has been the case with other house prize draws on Raffall there may well be some wiggle room for the promoters to giveaway the property if a certain number of tickets have sold but the target hasn't been achieved.

Our Verdict

This is the first property in England on Raffall for quite some now and it's good to see Raffall are still happy to run these draws. Because Raffall have been quiet of late (possibly busy upgrading their website?) there are now limited prize options for would be entrants and that actually can be beneficial to newcomers. However the biggest issue for Reynolds is that interest in house raffles is pretty depressed. We also think the 300,000 ticket target is quite ambitious (the original property sold 400,000 but at 1 each). But a house winner raffling the house they won to potentially create another house winner is a fantastic story. And house raffles with stories often can snowball much quicker than those without. If Claire Reynolds uses this advantage well then that may help create a viral buzz not just for her property but to revitalise the sector. Enter Competition Here

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