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£500,000 Instant Wins competition winner & results Anubhav Mishra - £5,000 Tax-Free Cash 21 - 23 Jun Week 25 2024

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“I Will Celebrate Tonight!” Hertfordshire Father Revels In Huge £5k Win

Anubhav Mishra from Hertfordshire was about to head into the office when Will shocked him with £5,000 tax-free cash. 

“That is unbelievable news,” he laughed. 

New father, Anubhav, is going to treat his family to a well-deserved holiday. 

What a win, Anubhav – make it one to remember! 

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Gorleston man who doesn't drive wins car in BOTB competition

Jun 2024

“Nothing like this has ever happened to me and I never win anything, so I can’t believe it,” the 63-year-old said.

“I had been playing the Instant Wins Competition throughout the week and I thought I would give it another go.


The BMW 220i M Sport features an i4 Turbo engine, 182bhp and top speed of 147mph.

But the father-of-one said he would take the cash alternative as he and his wife currently don’t drive.


“Our daughter and the grandkids who live in Dubai have just come over to visit us, so we might spend some of the money on visiting them over there.

“My wife has never travelled business class, so it would be nice for her to experience that for the first time.

“We’ll probably keep the rest for a rainy day and tuck it under the bed,” added the gas rig worker.


BOTB hands over the keys to a dream car each week, as well as a lifestyle prize.

Founded by William Hindmarch in 1999, it has given away £68m-worth of cars so far.

 

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