The Prizes

 

With Castle Competition's prize competition, if you WIN the Grand Prize you could choose either:

  • £1,000,000* or

  • a dream Castle plus £100,000 or

  • a luxury Caribbean villa plus up to £250,000

*available if 1,000,000 entries are sold

Plus if the winner chooses a property, they will:

  • have their stamp duty covered;

  • receive even more cash to help towards solicitors’ fees and the cost of moving;

  • get all furniture included; AND

  • we'll even pay your council tax for the whole year!

 

Have you ever dreamed of owning a fairytale castle?

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Or a luxury villa in the Caribbean?

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With Castle Competition, that dream could become a reality for one lucky winner.

PLUS, along the way, we are guaranteeing to give away 2 night Castle Holiday Breaks worth £2,000 every week of the competition!

  • If 15,000 or fewer entries are sold we will give away a Castle Holiday Break worth £2,000 every week of the competition – GUARANTEED

  • If we sell up to 50,000 entries we will also give away a cash prize to the competition winner

  • If we sell up to 200,000 entries we could give away a luxury 3 bed Caribbean villa in Grenada depending on the value of entries sold.

  • Above 200,000 entries and we will definitely give away the Caribbean villa plus 30 thousand pounds cash.

  • Above 800,000 entries the winner gets to choose between the castle plus one hundred thousand pounds or the villa plus a quarter of a million pounds.

  • If 1,000,000 entries are sold, the winner could, instead, choose to simply take £1,000,000!

    Please refer to the FAQs & Terms and Conditions for details

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Click on the images below to find out more…

 

We will be running weekly draws to give away a short break in the Tower and at the end of the competition we will be holding a draw, where the winner could even win the Grand Prize of owning the Tower outright plus over £100,000 in cash (or a Caribbean villa if the winner would prefer)