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HOW POUND TICKET CLUB WORKS?

STEP 1

Buy A Ticket

Buy ticket bundles to start playing.

STEP 2

Select Your Prize

Choose the prize that you want to win.

STEP 3

Play ‘Spot The Ball’

Play the game by guessing the ball position.

STEP 4

Win The Prize

If your ‘X’ was closest, you win!

Taking Part

To take part in our prize competitions you need to register an account on our site and purchase a ticket package. Once you have tickets in your wallet, you can choose from a range of prizes across various categories. This can be multiple different prizes. You then proceed to go through the checkout process and play ‘spot the ball’, a game of skill and judgement. Please check out our introduction video for further information.

How it’s Judged

Your prize entry will be recorded as X and Y coordinates when you press or click on the image when playing the game. The centre of the ball is always determined prior to the prize being live on our website based on our judges entries. You need to use your skill and judgement to find the correct location. Each prize is judged independently based on the closet coordinates to the actual ball location and there’s always a winner. The closest entry to the middle of the ball wins the prize.

PLAYING THE GAME

To play our competitions, simply add a ticket package to your basket where you’ll then register on our website. Once you have your ticket allocation, choose your prize and play our different Spot the Ball games in the ‘ticket checkout’ basket section. Playing is simple, fun and rewarding. All of our tickets are £1 or less, so give it a go today and become one of our lucky winners.

IF YOU WIN

At the end of each competition, the ‘Spot the Ball’ picture you used to choose your coordinates is shown to a judging panel for accuracy checking of where the ball is. The ball on the image is pre-determined prior to when the competition launches with set winning coordinates.

The winner is simply the person who is closest to the original X and Y co-ordinates for the centre of the ball. If you win, you will be contacted by our team to claim your chosen prize. Pound Ticket Club Ltd is a UK based and operated company, where prizes will be sent from our UK distribution hub to your desired location.

Good luck to everyone who plays.

INCREDIBLE PRIZES WON EVERY WEEK!

Our competition tickets are all £1, so your dream prize is only a few clicks away with winners announced every week.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I play?

Select the tickets for the event of your choice and add them to your basket. You must then proceed to ‘Spot The Ball’ where you will be asked to skilfully select a coordinate on the screen as to where you believe the ball to be located.

Once this has been done, you must confirm your selection by going through the checkout and paying for your selected ticket(s).

You will then receive a confirmation email and reference number to refer back to. You must then wait until the competition closes to find out if you have won.

How do I know if I’ve won?

We will contact you via the email address you provided us with on the ticket or your account.

What do I need to do if I win?

You will receive an email from a member of our team to confirm this and also confirm details for the delivery of prizes.

Is my ticket refundable?

The tickets you purchase will not be refundable under normal circumstances. Our team may make exceptions depending on a case by case scenario.

How many tickets can I purchase at once?

There is currently no limit on the number of tickets that can be purchased by one person per day.

How long do my tickets last?

Tickets stay active for 60 days, after 60 days your tickets will expire.

How long do the competitions typically last?

Comps will last 30 days with the winner being announced on the day of the competition closing.

Any other queries?

If there is anything else that our team can help with, please Contact us

WILL YOU WIN?

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