Win a share of £15K in William Hill's latest Prize Draw

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Charlie Vogelsang
by Charlie Vogelsang Last updated:

How does winning a share of £15,000 sound?

Over at William Hill, they are preparing to give lucky players a share of £15,000 in their latest Prize Draw. From 17th September until 26th September 2021, you have the chance to earn tickets by playing some of your favourite iSoftBet titles and betting a selected amount.

Amazingly there are 608 prizes to be won ranging from £5 to £1,000 - so what's not to love? If you love playing online slots and having an extra chance to win big, then it's a no brainer to try your luck at this promotion.

How do you enter?

To take part in this promotion, you need to at first 'opt-in' when the menu comes up. After you've done that, you need to stake at least 40p on either Gold Digger, Moriarty Megaways, Tyrant King Megaways or Wild Hammer Megaways for a single ticket entry. Each 40p that you stake will count towards 1 ticket and there is no limit on how many you can get.

What can you win?

After you gain a ticket, you have the potential to win 1 of 608 prizes that collectively add up to £15,000! The grand prize for one lucky winner is £1,000 with the other 607 prizes being £500 or less. Ultimately, the prizes include:

  • 1 prize - £1,000
  • 2 prizes - £500
  • 55 prizes - £100
  • 50 prizes - £50
  • 100 prizes - £20
  • 200 prizes - £10
  • 200 prizes - £5

William Hill's £15K Prize Draw Terms and Conditions

  • The promotion runs from 17th September until 26th September (23:59 GMT).
  • Only one prize can be granted to players and is only available to players with an account held in pound sterling.
  • William Hill can change or cancel this promotion at any time without giving any notice.
  • They also reserve the right to cancel any bonuses or promotions applied to your account if you take part in anything that is considered unfair.
  • Prizes will be awarded by Monday 27th September 2021 or as soon as possible after that due to technical difficulties.