Win £50 Million | Prem Predictor


Predict how the 2015/16 Premier League will finish for a chance to win £50 Million.


Predict how the Premier League will finish for £50 million. If there is more than one successful entry the £50 million prize will be divided equally between all successful entries. Max 250 entries per person (whether through the website, app or the shops, or a combination of these). All entries must be placed by 3pm Saturday 22nd August 2015. 18+ Terms apply.

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For further details, see the Prem Predictor Terms and Conditions which will supercede these FAQs in the event of inconsistency.

FAQs:

Who can play?

The Prem Predictor is open to permanent UK Residents aged 18 or over who, have successfully completed all account, age and identity verification procedures. Employees of William Hill may not play the Prem Predictor.

How can I place my entry?

You can place you Prem Predictor entry online, via the app or in any of our betting shops.

Do I need to have a William Hill account to use the Prem Predictor?

To place your entry online or via the app you will need to have an exsisting William Hill account or open a new William Hill account or you can place your entry in any of our betting shops using our Prem Predictor coupon.

Do Prem Predictor entries count towards William Hill sign up promotions?

Prem Predictor entries, whether single or multiple, are not eligible for any William Hill sign-up promotions.

If you have joined William Hill using Promo Code P20, the 2 x £10 free bets will be awarded upon placement of a qualifying bet.

How do I pay for my entry?

If playing online or via the app, your entry will be paid for from your William Hill account balance. Each individual entry costs £2. Deposit as normal into your William Hill account and your balance will automatically be available to use on the Prem Predictor. The minimum deposit required will be more than the Prem Predictor entry cost of £2. If playing Prem Predictor in our betting shops, your entry will be paid for at the counter.

How many entries can I make?

The maximum total number of entries per customer is 250 (whether placed online, via the app, in our betting shops, or a combination of all). In the event that more than 250 entries are submitted by one customer, all entries made by that customer will be void with the stakes refunded.

What is the maximum total number of entries?

The maximum total amount of entries for the Prem Predictor is 1,000,000 for all customers (the total combined number of entries placed online, via the app and in our betting shops). Any entry submitted after the 1,000,000 maximum number has been reached will be void and the stake will be refunded.

What happens if I make a mistake with my entry?

Mistakes cannot be rectified once your entry has been accepted. Check your entry carefully before you submit your selections online, via the app, or in our betting shops.

When is the closing date for entries?

Entries may be submitted until 15:00 BST on Saturday 22 August 2015, or until such earlier date as nominated by William Hill at its discretion. Any entry submitted after the nominated closing date will be void and the stake will be refunded.

How can I keep track of my entry?

A record of Prem Predictor entries placed online or via the app, will be available by selecting 'my entries'. A receipt will be issued for every entry made in our betting shops.

What is a winning entry?

A winning entry will be the correct prediction of the finishing order of all 20 participating teams in the 2015/16 Premier League table at the conclusion of the 2015/16 Premier League season, providing that the entrant meets the eligibility criteria set out in the terms and conditions.

What is the prize fund for the Prem Predictor?

The total prize fund for all winning entries (if any) is £50 Million. If there is only one entry correctly predicting the outcome of the 2015/16 Premier League table, the person making that entry will be entitled to payment of the entire £50 Million prize fund. If there is more than one entry correctly predicting the outcome of the 2015/16 Premier League table, the £50 Million prize fund will be shared equally between each. If there are no correct predictions of the outcome of the 2015/16 Premier League table, the £50 Million prize fund will not be won, however there will be a consolation prize fund.

What happens if there is more than 1 winning entry with the same selections?

If there is more than one entry correctly predicting the outcome of the 2015/16 Premier League table, the £50 Million prize fund will be shared equally between each. For example if there are five entries correctly predicting the outcome of the 2015/16 Premier League table then each would receive £10 million.

How will the prize fund be paid?

All payments made in relation to successful entries will be made into your William Hill account if the entry was placed online, or via the app (subject, where relevant, to all necessary account opening formalities being completed) or payment via bank transfer or by cheque if the entry was placed in one of our shops.

Are there any other prizes other than the £50 Million to be won?

There will be a guaranteed spot prize fund of £100k, which will be made available on a pre-determined time and date during the 2015/16 Premier League season.

How is the guaranteed spot prize fund won and calculated?

In order to determine the winner of the guaranteed spot prize fund of £100k, William Hill will:

(a) award 20 points in respect of each team whose position in the Premier League table on the pre-determined time and date of the 2015/16 season is correctly predicted in the entry; and

(b) deduct one point for each position by which a team's actual position in the Premier League table on the pre-determined time and date of the 2015/16 season deviates up or down from the predicted position as set out in the entry.

The entry/entries with the highest number of points will be the successful guaranteed spot prize entry/entries. For example; if Everton are predicted to finish in 7th place, 20 points will be awarded if their actual position in the Premier League table on the pre-determined time and date of the 2015/16 season is 7th, 17 points will be awarded if their actual position in the Premier League table on the pre-determined time and date of the 2015/16 season is 4th, and 16 points will be awarded if their actual position in the Premier League table on the pre-determined time and date of the 2015/16 season is 11th. If there is more than one successful guaranteed spot fund prize entry, the guaranteed spot prize fund of £100k will be shared equally between each. For example if there are five successful guaranteed spot fund prize entries then each would receive £20k

Example Entry:

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What happens if there are no winning entries?

If there are no entries correctly predicting the outcome of the 2015/16 Premier League table, the £50 Million prize fund will not be won. There will however be a consolation prize fund of £100k, which will only be available in the event that there are no entries correctly predicting the outcome of the 2015/16 Premier League table and the £50 Million prize fund is not won.

How is the consolation prize fund won and calculated?

In order to determine the winner of the consolation prize fund of £100k, William Hill will:

(a) award 20 points in respect of each Premier League team whose finishing position at the end of the 2015/16 season is correctly predicted in the entry; and

(b) deduct one point for each position by which a Premier League team's actual finishing position in the Premier League table at the end of the 2015/16 season deviates up or down from the predicted position as set out in the entry.

The entry/entries with the highest number of points will be the successful consolation prize entry/entries. For example; if Everton are predicted to finish in 7th place, 20 points will be awarded if their actual finishing position in the 2015/16 Premier League table is 7th, 17 points will be awarded if their actual finishing position in the 2015/16 Premier League table is 4th, and 16 points will be awarded if their actual finishing position in the 2015/16 Premier League table is 11th. If there is more than one successful consolation fund prize entry, the consolation prize fund of £100k will be shared equally between each. For example if there are five successful consolation fund prize entries then each would receive £20k

Example Entry:

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What happens if the 2015/16 Premier League season doesn’t finish?

If all games of the 2015/16 Premier League season are not completed or if less than 20 teams start or finish the 2015/16 Premier League season, all entries will be made void and all stakes refunded back into William Hill accounts if the entry was placed online or via the app, or in the shop where the entry was placed.

What happens if clubs are deducted points by the governing body?

If one or more teams have points deducted by the governing body, all entries into the Prem Predictor will stand. Should an announcement or final decision be made by the governing body after the 2015/16 season has been completed in relation to the loss of points by a Premier League team as a result of breaches of rules or regulations, that announcement or decision will be deemed null and void for betting purposes and all entries will stand regardless..

For further details, see our Prem Predictor Terms and Conditions which will supercede these FAQs in the event of inconsistency.