Win Your Dream Carspotadmin2019-09-15T06:19:23+01:00
Win a Car
You can win your dream car for as little as £0.85 by using your own skill, and playing spot the ball well enough to win! Check out the recommendations below, or the full lineup that you can play for here.
Our Recommended Car Makes
Specialty Car Collections
None of these tickle your fancy? Don’t worry, there are almost 200 cars to choose from from all the most popular makes, be it Japanese or British you’re after. Just check out the full lineup by clicking on the link below.
Check out the free information on our website: Everything from basics to help you understand how to take part in spot the ball competitions, all the way to more advanced tips and other information that will help you increase your chances of winning spot the ball competitions.
1. How to play
spot the ball
2. How to win
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Don’t forget: You can practice with our free spot the ball quizzes before playing for real money!
Playing spot the ball at BOTB.com is extremely simple and the selection of prizes is massive! In the weekly Dream Car Competition you can choose from over 150 cars, or if you don’t fancy a new set of wheels the weekly Lifestyle Competition has a multitude of amazing prizes from cash to holidays. The spot the ball tickets for cars start as low as £0.85 per ticket (and you get discounts for multiple car tickets) and in the Lifestyle Competition as low as £0.15 per ticket! Someone always wins every week in each competition – 100% guaranteed. So make sure you don’t miss out on your chances to win!
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