Lucky day competitions ect

Chae1

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Location
Aberdeenshire
A guy I know in local village won a Audi q7!

A friend has a motorcycle shop and has sold one of these companies several.

I bought a ticket to win a escort cosworth last week! Was only £6, those look more expensive.
 

Lincs Lass

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Location
north lincs
Dont forget the ITV competition aswell ,,Txt win to ????? for a chance of winning a car ,cash and a holiday or send a post card to some PO box number .
Anybody daft enough to enter it must have mug stamped across their foreheads.
Then they parade a room full of winners and how its changed their lives ,like F--k it has
 

Sheep

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Location
Northern Ireland
Real enough I'd imagine? They often tell you how many tickets are for sale.

1000 tickets at a tenner, £10,000. Win this new Silage trailer worth £8k...

Edit to say, just had a look at their website. They're advertising 2500 tickets at £26.50 for a T6080 and one pass worth about £38-40k. Yet ticket sales will net £66k if they're all sold.

Nothing wrong with what they're doing tbh, people are winning the prizes and people are taking the chances.
 
Powertoolmate have started doing it too with tool bundles and new Van's etc.
They sell out there tickets in few minutes often crashing the hosts website😂


Raffall got houses on normally aswell😂
Long wheel base , high roof transit last night.

Now talking about truck with tools and jet ski behind for another raffle 😂

PTM do smaller bundles too, 2 quid ticket to get 5 Milwaukee tools etc.

I was sceptical about these things until 3 weeks ago......😉🤐
 

Ducati899

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Location
north dorset
Cousins boyfriend won a 10 year Old Bentley with 2k cash chucked in for the insurance on one of these types of things,not sure if he still has it,he is only 21 so not sure the 2k would have gone far 🤣
 

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