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You can buy tickets once you have registered and verified your account. You will then able to select the raffle you wish to enter via the Homepage or View All Raffles page. Simply add tickets to your cart for the prizes you'd like to win and then proceed to Checkout.
You can buy a maximum of 50 tickets per raffle.
The raffle timer might be extended by two weeks maximum to give users another opportunity to purchase tickets. This is only for now while our user base builds up. But no matter how many tickets are sold, the draw will still go ahead and the winner will receive the prize!
The odds of winning a prize depend on the total number of tickets sold from the set amount issued at the beginning of the raffle and the number of tickets you purchase.
The winning ticket is automatically randomly selected by a random number generator either after the raffle ends or all tickets are sold. An email will be sent out to all contestants as soon as the raffle ends which includes a link to the Winner’s Page where you can view an animation revealing the winning ticket number.
The Winner will be required to show proof of identification via email before delivery of the prize. Following verification, the Winner will be contacted in order to make arrangements for delivery of the prize. They can expect to receive the prize within 5 working days from this date.
To enter Raffles for free, you need to have registered and verified your account. Please send a first or second class stamped letter with the following details: 1) Full Name 2) Address 3) Date of Birth 4) The email address you signed up with 5) Telephone Number 6) Raffle Title. Letters should be addressed to 13J, Stuart Tower, 105 Maida Vale, London, W9 1UJ. Each ticket requires a separate postal entry.
Free entries are processed every Monday. Entrants will receive a confirmation email giving details of their ticket, including the randomly-generated ticket number. Raffles on the website will also be updated to reflect the change in the number of tickets remaining.