FAQs

How do I enter?

Click on the Enter button on the website. You must be aged over 18 and a resident of England, Scotland or Wales to enter.

To enter the competition, you will need to complete the online entry form, complete the payment process and answer one multiple choice question. The form has to be completed, tickets bought and the question answered correctly. Each successful entry is then entered into the prize draw for a chance to win one of the prizes available: the main mansion prize and nine runners-up prizes of £10,000 each.

Can residents outside the UK enter?

No. Only residents of England, Scotland and Wales can enter. Residents of Northern Ireland and any countries other than England, Scotland and Wales cannot enter.

How many times can I enter? 

There is a limit of 10,000 tickets per person.

How much are tickets?

The tickets are £10 plus a booking fee of 50p.

Why is there a booking fee?

The booking fee is for the secure payment transaction process.

Is this Competition legal?

Yes.  The “Win a Millionaire Mansion” is a prize competition.  The specialist legal advice was taken to ensure compliance with the Gambling Act 2005 prior to the launch of the Competition and we have followed this advice.

In December and January, we were in correspondence with the Gambling Commission who’s legal team have now reviewed the Competition.  They have stated to us that “it is the responsibility of the promoter to ensure that scheme is lawfully promoted as a prize competition.”

We will continue to ensure that “Win a Millionaire Mansion” remains compliant with them and provide any further information to the Gambling Commission in the future should they require it.

What are the prizes?

There are ten prizes in the competition. The main prize is the property including the main house and land which includes a 3-hole golf course, swimming pool, gym, self-contained apartment, the contents and furniture, a fully stocked wine cellar and bar, staff for a year, a Rolls Royce, house bills paid for a year and Stamp Duty.

The main prize does not include building and content insurance, car insurance, any maintenance or upkeep costs associated with the property, any phone bills associated with the property, council tax, personal possessions, jewellery, silver, art and photography and items of sentimental value belonging to the current owners, and any other costs once the property has transferred to the winner.

There are also nine prizes of £10,000 each.

Do I have to be over 18?

Yes. You must be aged over 18 to buy a ticket and enter the competition.

What happens if not enough tickets are sold?

If less than 500,000 tickets are sold by the closing date, the promoter reserves the right to substitute the main prize with a cash alternative which shall be equal to the total amount of payments received minus the booking fee, and minus 20% to cover the charitable donation and minus 40% for administration/ promotion costs; or the actual costs incurred by the closing date – whichever is lower. If this does not reach £100,000, a minimum prize of £100,000 will be awarded as a cash prize alternative.

Is this a lottery?

No. This is a competition, with skill required to answer the question. Only by purchasing a ticket and answering the question correctly, will you be entered into the draw for the 10 prizes.

How will the winners be chosen?

All entries that have been answered the multiple choice question correctly will be entered into random draw. The winners will picked at random by a computer using an algorithm.

When will the draw to select winners take place?

November 30 2018.

 How will winners be notified?

Winners will be notified within 3 working days of the prize draw taking place. 

Can the winner of the main prize sell the property?

Yes if they want to, but only once the property is legally transferred to the winner.

Will the winner have to pay stamp duty or a mortgage?

No. The stamp duty is part of the main prize.

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