Win Dancers Hill House - Cash Winner
Melanie and Nigel Walsh are giving you the chance to win their £5.25million home in this competition. Dancers Hill House featured as Chuckle Manor in Chucklevision according to Digital Spy. Tickets cost £13.50.
Winner: Anonymous Winner - South London
Launched: 16th June 2018 Closed: 25th December 2019
Location: Barnet, Herts, EN5 4RX
House Value: £5250000
Ticket Price: £13.50 (Free Entry Available)
Tickets Sold: Unknown
Dancers Hill House is described as a "magnificent Georgian grade II listed property". It boasts 6 bedrooms, a spacious well-equipped kitchen, cinema room, snug, gym and wine room. These are all set in four acres with one and half acres being filled with a lake housing with over 2000 fish!
600,000 Tickets To Be Sold
Tickets for the competition cost £12.50 plus a £1 administration charge. This is an unusually expensive charge and probably won't be refunded if refunds were required. There is a free entry route option and this is described in the terms and conditions. Entry is qualified by answering a multiple choice question - you can't get the question wrong before paying.
The Walsh's aim to sell 600,000 tickets in six months (£7.5million + £600,000 fees!). However, the terms do allow a further six month extension. In the event that not all the tickets are sold then a cash prize will be awarded. The cash prize will be set at 75% of all funds generated. As far as we can see there's no charitable donations offered.
The competition pages don't outline the running costs for the property. There's also no cash award to assist the winner with costs (as has been offered by other competitions). Potential entrants should consider this before committing to entering.
The sad death of Barry Chuckle has thrust the 'Chucklevision Manor' into the public eye. However this shouldn't distract from issues with the competition. The cost is high, the admin fee is incredibly high and the competition lacks a lot of pertinent detail on the website. There is little or no skill with regards to answering the competition question - you can't get it wrong - and that is a concern too.
These comments may seem harsher than our previous entries, however following the Isle Of Man competition, we've opted to try and pinpoint potential pitfalls for would be entrants.
This competition was due to close in June 2019 but was extended to 25th December 2019. After closure the Win Dancers Hill House website was closed and social media channels. Details of ticket sales and revenue were not made available. Win Dancers Hill House have posted an update on Instagram and we also find the following detials:
"We can now confirm that a winner has been drawn on the 16th January 2020, the winning ticket number is: 21081810500126458-1. The cash prize went to a gentleman in South London who was thrilled. At this stage he has chosen to be anonymous, which we respect. A newsletter will be put together and be sent to those that entered.". If anyone received this newsletter then please let us know.
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