Born of the belief that experiences are more valuable than money, TripHunters created a prize-platform where players can win incredible prizes, life-changing experiences and the holidays of their dreams - all whilst supporting good causes. Their monthly Unboxed Raffle winner gets to choose a prize worth up to £500, and this month there's a scooter to be won!
We have collaborated with TripHunters to run regular electric scooter raffles and have decided to kick things off with a brand-spanking-new and highly-coveted INOKIM Mini2.
The INOKIM Mini2 is the lightest electric scooter from the INOKIM brand is designed to be a lightweight, portable last-mile solution that doesn't compromise on safety or ride comfort. The hard-working 250-watt motor will propel you for approximately 12 miles at speeds of up to 15 mph, which is one of the best power-to-weight ratios on the market. Weighing a mere 8.7 kg (queue the gasps), the Mini 2's built-in trolley wheels, while a welcome addition is hardly required. But it does come in handy allowing the scooter to stand vertically, saving heaps of floor space as a consequence. There's also a built-in USB port for charging your phone whilst riding.
Sign me up!
You have to be in it, to win it, so head on over to TripHunters and grab a raffle ticket costing just £2 to enter you into the monthly raffle, and the winner will be drawn on the last Wednesday of the month. For transparency, a recording of the draw will be shared on the YouTube channel and rest assured, all winners are contacted directly.
Of course, it's for a good cause
For every TripHunters purchase, Trees for the Future will plant a tree that will end the cycle of generational poverty and help to better the environment. Together we can help farmers in the driest parts of Africa plant Forest Gardens that thrive year after year, helping their families thrive for generations.
TripHunters has also partnered with Offset Earth to ensure they are a carbon-neutral operation. Offset Earth funds projects that remove more greenhouse gasses than their operations carbon footprint puts in.