omaze draw

Did you know that you don’t have to buy a handful of tickets to enter the Omaze draw? You can enter for free, and I’ll give you the specific instructions on how to do this.

The current house coming to a close in the million pound house prize draw is the Yorkshire Farmhouse worth over £1.5 million, plus £100,000 cash, but you will not be able to enter this draw without buying a ticket, as the deadline is in just three days. Subscriptions start from £10 for 30 entries, or you don’t need to enter a subscription and that will give you 15 entries for £10. The deadline for entries is 30 July 2023.

Postal Entry to the Omaze Draw

The Norfolk House is the latest house on offer in the Omaze prize draw and worth, in total, £4.5 million. You can get 15 entries to this draw for just £10, but if you want to enter for free, simply follow these instructions.

  1. Write in clear print on a blank piece of paper or postcard, ‘Omaze Million Pound House Draw – Norfolk House‘. If it’s a different home, just make sure you add the correct million pound house after ‘Omaze Million Pound House Draw’. Then add your full legal name, address (no PO boxes accepted), town or city, postcode, telephone number (optional), email address, and which prize draw you wish to enter.
  2. Send this to: Omaze Scrutineers – Norfolk House Draw, Civica Election Services, 33 Clarendon Road, London, N8 0NW.If it’s a different home, make sure you mention the correct million pound house.
  3. A maximum of one entry can be made per postcard or envelope received. There is no limit to the number of entries that may be made this way.
  4. Deadline for entries for the Norfolk house is 28 August 2023.

I’ve entered the Omaze prize draw many times in this way. I’ve entered all of my family into the prize draw for the cost of a 1st or 2nd class stamp, although the new £10 subscription package, giving you 30 entries, does work out cheaper than a royal mail stamp. Or opt for the £25 subscription package, which gives you 80 entries each month.

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