Win Your Dream Home - Cash Winner
Win a beautiful Scottish Mansion, valued at over £625,000. 250,000 entries were required, but not reached. The competition closed in March and we're now awaiting cash prize winner information.
Launched: 18th June 2017 Closed: 15th March 2018
Location: Glasgow, Scotland, G68 0AU
House Value: £625000
Ticket Price: £5.00 (Free Entry Available)
Tickets Sold: Unknown
Shamus Fitzsimons is offering Dullatur House as first prize in this contest. It features 7 bedrooms, swimming pool, sauna, one acre of gardens and plenty of original features. A second prize of £10,000 plus 10 x £1000 third prizes will be awarded if the competition runs it's full course and all tickets are sold.
The property was originally advertised at a value of £800,000 but this has been changed on the website to £625,000. To enter the competiton you need to purchase a ticket via Eventbrite and also answer a multiple choice question about the property.
If the number of tickets sold doesn't meet the promoters needs then a cash prize will be awarded. The amount will be allocated after the deduction of any expenses and marketing fees. The amount to be deducted isn't shown on the website.
As of 15th May, winners have been announced, but no details of names or amounts made public.
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