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One entered postcode wins £60 or more every day. Winners must check the site to claim. Missed claims roll over. Rules »FAQ »

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Recent interviews in the media

Announcing the rise to £60 per day & Introducing the new "Stackpot" daily £10 draw!


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In the last post I asked whether you preferred a rise to £60 per day or an additional daily prize. This was a little sneaky as, all along, I was planning to do both!

We’ve hit the 6% of UK Postcodes entered figure. Please note: This means that 6% of all of the UK’s postcodes have been entered into the draw. All entered postcodes are entered 100% of the time. So, don’t get the wrong end of the stick and quit :-)

So first thing’s first, the daily prize pot is now £60. The referral competition winners have been notified. Sorry if that was not you. However, so many of you told me that you wanted more chances to win so I’ve gone and created a new daily draw. The Stackpot is a new daily £10 draw which happens at 9am. The difference with the main draw (or “Jackpot” as I have chosen to now call it) is that missed claims stack rather than roll over. Today there are three £10 prizes in the stack. If none of today’s winner claim there will be four £10 prizes tomorrow. Make sense?

Like the £10 Mini Draw it is first come first served for those who share a postcode. So, if are one of many entrants from your postcode, the closer to 9am you check the better. Of course, you are as many times as likely to get your postcode into the stack as there are people who share it (worst sentence ever? You get the gist hopefully). Also, you don’t get your bonus added. I just didn’t have time to do the necessary coding for that! Maybe in future…

I’ve not had much time to test it so please be patient and do report anything weird. Thanks! And good luck!

Chris :-)

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