The Billionaire Shop Is Giving Away A Lamborghini

The Billionaire Shop Is Giving Away A Lamborghini

A unique ecommerce site will give away a Lamborghini to the person who wishes for it the hardest.

Kristen Nozell
  • 30 december 2013

The Billionaire Shop, an exclusive online store that opened in 2012, is giving one lucky winner a Lamborghini Aventador this holiday season to celebrate the store’s one year anniversary. Each of the 50,000 tickets that will go into the drawing can be bought or won, with the catch being that only those who prove their desire for the car will win free tickets. To prove how much they want the car, interested candidates have to upload a picture of themselves making a wish. Facial recognition technology tracks the user’s expression and, if the user has wished hard enough, they will win a free ticket into the lottery for the grand prize. Those who don’t want to put on their ‘wishing face’ can simply purchase tickets, at €10 per ticket.

The lottery will take place once all 50,000 tickets are sold, and once a winner is announced, he or she will have to answer a technical question about the car in order to receive the prize.

The Billionaire Shop was founded by Swedish gambling company and produced in partnership with Swedish creative shop Deportivo.

The Billionaire Shop

Source, images: Deportivo


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