This Lucky 22-Year-Old Cricket Player Is The Winner Of Our Massive $30,000 Holiday Prize!

Posted on: 9th February 2018

When English cricket player, Miles Arthur Halhead Hammond, was visiting Newcastle, Australia, he jumped online to buy a plane ticket. He had been in the country for six months to play cricket, staying with family and doing some manual labour work, and so the trip to Melbourne to see a friend was going to be a welcome break for him.

He had no idea that the competition he entered on Webjet after purchasing the plane ticket would result in him winning the trip of a lifetime.

In fact, once he found out he’d won a holiday to the destination of his choice, he was in total shock.

“I was a little bit taken aback, but slowly as I realized, I started getting really excited!”

ROKT - Miles

Winning the $30,000 prize was a massive surprise for the 22-year-old.

“It’s almost too good to be true. I though someone was pulling my leg.”

But, as reality set in, Miles knew exactly where he was going to jet off to, spending the three $5000 Webjet gift cards and $15,000 extra cash of spending money on a boy’s trip to The Big Apple.

ROKT - Miles

“I’m thinking of going to New York with three mates. We’ll get a nice hotel, catch some Broadway shows, see the Empire State Building, and all that,” the young prize-winner told Tomorro.

“It’ll be great to just have some lads time. They’re all mates I don’t see hugely often, so it’ll be nice to get together properly.”

ROKT - Miles

And the other thing Miles is excited for?

“I’ll travel business class because it’s the first time I’ll be able to do that,” he laughs, adding that a trip to the idyllic beaches of the West Indies isn’t out of the question, either.

As well as giving Miles the chance to travel to his dream destination, Tomorro will also be making a $5,000 donation to one of our nominated partner charities.


Want to win a holiday like Miles? Click here the for your chance to win a free trip to your favourite destination!

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