Raffle House Review
Every ticket purchased at Raffle House is entered into the Jackpot Prize Competition to win a property and the weekly Lifestyle Prize draw that you choose every Sunday. Tickets start at £2 and prizes depend on the number of tickets you purchase.
Featured Prizes: Houses, Cash, Tech, Lifestyle Prizes
Free Entry Available: Yes - See Terms For Details
Raffle House are more well known for running win a home competitions - and to date (May 2021) they've been involved in three contests. One has created a cash winner whilst the other created a property winner. The third is due to end in June. During the third contest the company has expanded it's offering to include other prizes and raffles. In many respects this is the opposite journey to Elite Competitions who started out with car raffles and have in the last year started to offer up huge cash prizes and property.
If you want to try and win motors, tech, holidays, experiences or luxury goodies then Raffle House has you covered. Their prize selection is pretty impressive. Entries cost from 30p but you can pay more depending on the type and quality of prize. For example a Royal Enfield Himalayan 411cc entry will cost over £5 whilst an Apple TV 4K entry is 30p. We understand that each week all paid entries go into a draw and a winner selected. The winner then receives the prize they've paid for. This approach is very similar to multi stake rooms that you'll find on bingo sites. Entrants can buy multiple tickets and there are discounts for bulk entries.
Fixed Odds Competitions
More akin to raffles as you'll find on the likes of Raffall and other sites are Raffle House's Fixed Odds offerings. At time of writing there were just two fixed odds prizes - one for £20,000 cash and and another to win 100 Dream Home Tickets. The latter is guaranteed so will be won regardless of sales whilst the cash prize competition has already been extended. Tickets for both contests aren't that cheap: £4.99 and £19.99 respectively. Discounts are available plus if you spend £20, then you'll also automatically be entered into a weekly £1,000 draw (closing every Sunday at midnight)! Details were correct as of May 2021.
With a property contest running, lifestyle pay to enter prize draws and fixed odds competitions there's a lot going on at Raffle House. The site can be a bit confusing - for example the homepage shows a countdown for the "next draw winner" but some visitors may mistake this to reference the property prize. However scroll down further and there are explanations about how it all works. These details may be useful in each of the sections too. Raffle House is a slick operation that is aiming high. We'd like to see a few more fixed odds competitions at better prices but overall there's a lot to like.
Raffle and skill competitions can be expensive and addictive. Only wager if you can afford to lose. Sites like Raffle House are not regulated in the same way as other UK gambling sites. Please play responsibly. begambleaware.org.
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