Win Your Dream - Home Winner
The people behind the successful Win A Country Home that saw Shrubbery Farm being won by Jemma Nicklin are back with a third competition. This time they're helping promote Win Your Dream which gives you the chance to become the owner a beautiful 4-bed cottage in Sedgley for just £2 a ticket.
Winner: Shanique Davis
Launched: 18th June 2020 Closed: 16th September 2020
Platform: Win Your Dream
Location: Sedgley, West Midlands, DY3 3UF
House Value: £550000 (4 Bedrooms)
Car: 2017 Range Rover Autobiography
Ticket Price: £2.00 (Free Entry Available)
Minimum Ticket Target: 350000
Tickets Sold: Unknown
Cash Alternative: 80% of sales (after fees)
Referral Scheme: Yes (£5000 Reward)
Described as possibly the "oldest surviving property in Sedgley" this four bedroom property is close to the Cotwall End Local Nature Reserve. It has "a spacious living and dining room with wood-burner", ground floor cellars and a new study. Added into the prize package are a Jacuzzi J335 hot tub and a 2017 Range Rover Autobiography. The car is valued at around £50,000. The first year's council tax fees are also included.
How To Enter The Competition
Win Your Dream follows the same formula as Shrubbery Farm and Coles Hall. To enter you first need to answer a multiple choice question. Don't worry if you get the answer incorrect because you're told the answer is wrong and to try again. You can only purchase tickets once you have the right answer. Tickets cost £2 each and using the form you can initially purchase 1 to 50. The terms don't state if there's a maximum number that you can purchase. Entries are limited to UK residents only.
For the property and car to be won the promoters are seeking to sell a minimum of 350,000 tickets (£700,000). However they can potentially sell a maximum of 600,000 (£1.2million) by the initial closing date of September 16th (extended from July 20th and August 19th). For those of you who prefer to enter without buying tickets then a free postal entry route is available. However the details for the postal entry seem to be missing from the website. We'd suggest sending your entry to the home address but it's unclear whether you'd need to add the competition answer?
Refer A Friend
As in previous competitions, and as is now common, there's a referral element. Anyone that purchases a ticket can use their own link to encourage others to purchase. If someone purchases via your link then you can earn free tickets. Additionally there's a £5000 reward for the the person whose sharing activity results in the most ticket sales. Please note that we will not be posting our referral link on this post. Whilst we'd love to try and win £5000 we don't want any issues to arise in case we did.
If insufficient tickets are sold by the closing date the promoter reserves the right to extend the closing date by up to 3 months at their discretion. However if they decide to close the competition without being able to offer the property then a cash prize will be awarded. This will be 80% of the cash receipts with the remainder going to the promoter "to cover Administration and Marketing expenditure". Some of the income will be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities UK. They are guaranteed at least £10,000 but that could rise to £120,000.
The winner was announced on 23rd September 2020. The new owner of the property is 23 year old Shanique Davis from Wolverhampton.
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