Join the Quarters Ball Club to WIN CASH PRIZES and BACK THE BLUES

The Quarters Ball Club is a Monthly Prize draw which has been created to:

  • raise money for Wycombe Wanderers Trust
  • help support the Trust’s minority ownership of Wycombe Wanderers Football Club
  • support keeping Adams Park 100% Trust-owned.

 

If you win the monthly draw you will be paid a guaranteed 40% of all the money collected that draw,  and you could also win the Quarters Ball Rollover Jackpot (see Rules 6-8 for how this can be won)

Entries for the draw cost just £2 and you can buy as many as you like up to a maximum of 15 entries ie £30.

Trust Chair, Nigel Kingston said: “The QBC is a great way for fans to show their support for the Trust and Wycombe Wanderers FC, and have a chance of winning the monthly cash prize”.

Enter the next draw using the “enter now” button and see below for details of recent winners.  Towards the bottom of the page are more ways to enter and the full rules

Quarters Ball Club - Monthly Prize Draw - £2 per entry, please subscribe in multiples of 2

Quarters Ball Club - Monthly Prize Draw - £2 per entry, please subscribe in multiples of 2

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Alternatively, if you are a WW Trust member, you can set up a monthly standing order with your bank using the following details:

A/c Wycombe Wanderers Trust
Account No: 51423762
HSBC Sort code: 40-24-38
Reference: QBC (plus ideally your WWT membership number)
Please then send an email to website@wycombewandererstrust.com so we have your email address , in case you win!

As soon as your first payment has been received, we will allocate your numbers to you, and enter you into the next monthly draw. All participants must be over 18.

If you win, you will be notified by email and your prize money will be transferred to your bank account within one week of the draw. The name of the winner will be published on the Trust’s website and social media platforms.

Full QBC rules can be found here

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND GOOD LUCK!


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