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BenParr

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Hey guys, the free hop raffle went really well so I thought I would do a ticket based one.

You can win:
1kg of your choice of hops

It costs:
Only 50p to enter!

It runs for:
15 days

Maximum of 200 tickets but this will unlikely be reached :)

Checked with all the regulations on raffles and everything to make sure I am allowed to do this and all looks good!

Here is the link, you will need to answer a question first - Hop raffle

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Do you have to be on bake book to enter
 

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It may help if there were details of how to enter
 
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It’s not that difficult to sign up. I’ve decided to give it a go. If it had been a Facetube only I wouldn’t have.
 

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Tried to sign up but won't let me. Not entering through fakebook as I rarely use it and all they want is to mine your data.
 

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Interesting. 1 prize - apparently worth £70 for 10 100g's of hops?
Max of 200 tickets at 50p per ticket. (£100)

Nice little earner for someone.
 

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Interesting. 1 prize - apparently worth £70 for 10 100g's of hops?
Max of 200 tickets at 50p per ticket. (£100)

Nice little earner for someone.
Expensive hops at 70 a kg
Loads of people do these hop raffles on Facebook, buy cheap hops from cml, sell over priced tickets and the winner is ..... same guy each time.

* - I am not saying that this is the case here at all.
 

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Interesting. 1 prize - apparently worth £70 for 10 100g's of hops?
Max of 200 tickets at 50p per ticket. (£100)

Nice little earner for someone.
Minus the he websites ten percent commission.

It feels like good odds to me. A worthy punt.
 

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I’ve gambled a few quid on it. Worth a try. If it wasn’t on this forum then I’d have give it a miss.

There are some interesting (crappy) raffles on there also. A nice way to sell cheap crap and generate over the top revenue for it. But then I guess that’s the point if a raffle.
 

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Interesting. 1 prize - apparently worth £70 for 10 100g's of hops?
Max of 200 tickets at 50p per ticket. (£100)

Nice little earner for someone.

To be fair he did post -

Maximum of 200 tickets but this will unlikely be reached :)

in the OP and he is probably going to get less than 100 by the looks of the replies in the thread, its a 50p gamble no one is forcing members to take part!
 

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I don't think Ben's going to make his fortune on this one, lucky to break even, I reckon. It's just a bit of fun on Keg-That's part. Fortunately, my fridge is creaking under the weight of hops and another kilo is the last thing I need. Time to get some IPAs on. Trouble is that during this warmer weather (today's shite, by the way) I fancy larger quantities of weaker beers.
 
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