Win The House Of Your Dreams - Closed
Win Reve House closed on the 28th March but not enough tickets were sold. The website redirects to their Facebook page where updates are being posted. We estimate that they sold <50,000 tickets.
Launched: 28th September 2017 Closed: 28th March 2018
Location: Caversham, Berkshire, RG4 7TQ
House Value: £3500000
Ticket Price: £25.25 (Free Entry Available)
Tickets Sold: 50000 Revenue: £1262500 (Estimated)
Described as a newly built New England style property, Reve House offers beautiful views across the river. It consists of five bedrooms and includes a Marazzi kitchen and breakfast room. You can find out more at reve-house.com.
The owners aims to sell a maximum of 500,000 tickets but wants a minimum of 200,000 in order to conclude the competition.
If less than 200,000 tickets are sold by 28th March 2018, then then the promoter may extend the competition until the 28th June. If insuffucient sales are made then 75% of revenues received will be awarded as a cash prize.
Entrants need to register on the site to then go on and complete their entry. The skill element of the competition is through a spot the ball mechanic. The centre of the ball will be determined by a judging panel. The members of the panel are not revealed on the website.
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