Graham Tottle works for a building firm, so always plays for cars with plenty of room for all his tools and equipment! Last week’s ITH featured possibly one of the smartest SUV’s on the market today – the magnificent Range Rover P400e Autobiography, worth over £105k – so Graham jumped at the chance to add a couple of tickets to his basket…and he was elated earlier today when Christian gave him the amazing news that he’d won!
Graham was busy with the rather unglamorous job of rodding drains when Christian showed up, so he quickly decided he’d use the £20k in cash he also scooped to pay someone else to do that particular job in the future…and who can blame him – congratulations Graham!
Dream Car Credit is won for doing well in Car Competitions.
100% of ticket value paid
15% of ticket value paid
10% of ticket value paid
The panel of judges is formed of experienced sports professionals on a rotating basis, who each offer their best opinion. Using a panel of judges ensures that nobody can ever know the original position of the ball - resulting in a process that is fair, transparent, audited and honest.
The winner is calculated by external auditors Wilkins Kennedy, a top 20 UK accountancy group. View confirmation letter
All entrants are eligible to win Dream Car Competition credit in zones 1 to 5 (see key above), according to their proximity to the judged position.
The top 20 closest players to the winning coordinates all receive £200 in Dream Car Credit.
These were the most popular cars for this competition, in order of tickets bought.
I have been playing BOTB for about 18 years, occasionally getting credits for being close to the spot, but recently I have been using the online tools to help me decide where to place my cross. It worked! I was shocked and elated when I opened my office door to be greeted by Christian's 1000 watt smile. I had played for a Mercedes Vito camper as well as the Range Rover P400e Autobiography so I was delighted to discover that I had won the Range Rover - and £20,000 cash!
A very surreal experience, but delightful. After Christian and the video technician had left, my concentration was shot and I was totally useless at work so I treated everyone to lunch and took the afternoon off. The BOTB support staff were quickly in contact to assist me in making my decision, and I also received a call from Rupert, their Commercial Director.
I was volunteering at a charity beer and music festival over the weekend and wore my BOTB gilet for the first time in public. I was approached numerous times by people who had seen the online adverts etc but had dismissed them as being a scam. The gilet was distinctive and they thought that I may be something to do with the organisation. I reassured them that it was indeed totally 100% genuine and suggested that they search online for my winner's video. They all came back to me later in the day and said they were pleased that someone they knew had won. I think that you will have quite a few more entrants from my area this week!