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As many of you will know, the Daily Mail newspaper regularly gives away properties in their 'Win a Dream Cottage' promotion. The latest promo is givi...
Dear friends, today we're absolutely delighted to be able to announce the new version of the Win a House website! It's been quite a while in the makin...
This summer Daily Mirror is giving readers a chance to win a £35k caravan holiday home for life absolutely free. The tabloid paper teamed up with Park...
Over 265,000 people entered the New Covent Garden Soup company's competition for a chance to win a farm worth £500,000. The promotion, which was run i...
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In order to run a successful property competition, it is essential to find a cost-effective solution for processing payments online. A number of different payment providers can be found online, however not all are willing to offer their services for the purpose of running a house competition or sweepstake. This section features all posts relating to processing payments for a house competition.
After months trying to sell their home, Bromley couple Graham King, 55 and Pamela Rutter, 56, decided to run a house competition instead. Their goal: sell at least 23,400 tickets at £30 and give away their house...
The results of the "Win a house in Sandbanks"...
In recent months, one can't help but notice that while some property competitions have been very successful, others have struggled to take off, despite the apparent success of the
UK win a house competitions remain seemingly difficult to pull-off. Many of you will have already read our earlier post...
We recently wrote about UK property competition organisers facing lots of difficulties with PayPal's payment...
House competition organisers in the UK haven’t had it easy lately, demonstrating just how careful one needs to be when organising a property competition. With quite a number having had to halt or cancel their competitions due to direct intervention b...
With no satisfactory conclusion reached for the Devon property competition in the UK by the end of 2008, a number of similar competitions and raffles were cancelled or postponed at the end of the year. At the same...
After years of unprecedented growth, experts agree that the