Win Edwardian House

Competition prize

Draw a house worth £570,000 in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom

Property description

Stunning, 5 bedroom property over 3 floors, 4 public rooms, sun room, large conservatory area and sauna in the attic – set in landscaped gardens

Ticket price

£2.50 (plus £1 ticket fee)

Opening date

March 1st 2019

Closing date

December 20th 2020

Sales aim

None, quote on http://www.drawahouse.com website “We’ve seen too many win-a-house competitions that have secret clauses and minimum ticket requirements. This isn’t one of them. No matter how many people enter, one winner will be selected”

Refer a friend prize

Yes, there is a £9,000 share to be won between entrants who come in 1st, 2nd and 3rd for the most referrals

Entry format

Knowledge question

Free route of entry

Yes; free postal mail entry is available

Notes

Enter today; pay for your ticket(s) once the competition deadline expires

Proceeds in excess of the home value go to St Andrews Hospice

Organiser/Promoter

Philip Leckie

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Edwardian House COMPETITION RESULTS

On December 19th, 2020 we received an email from the organiser, Philip Leckie of this Edwardian House, notifying us that this competition would be refunding entry fees made by entrants

Further information, stating the Draw A House competition had been cancelled and the process of entrant refunds would be completed within seven days was promptly published on www.drawahouse.com website

We received a full refund on December 29th, 2020 from Draw A House competition via gofundme platform:

Our refund experience for this prize draw was successful; Ian McBurnie had a different refund experience

Draw A House competition allowed entrants to pay for their ticket(s) via one of two ways, we opted to take the gofundme route, whereas Ian McBurnie informed us (through a facebook comment) he took the PayPal route, read his comment below:

Here’s a visual of our proof-of-entry to the Draw A House competition via gofundme website, whereby the minimum amount to pay on this platform to enter the Draw A House competition was £5 plus an optional donation fee:

And below is a screenshot of the “enter now pay later” purchase we made for one ticket at £2.50 plus a booking fee of £1

SUBTOTAL £3.50

For interest here is the competition question, and the correct answer when submitting to the draw — aided by the search engine Google:

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