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Former Bishop's Stortford schoolgirl Jessica Court offering dream holidays for the price of a cup of coffee with Cult Travel prize draws

A former Birchwood High School student has adapted her online travel company to offer customers the chance to win lockdown treats and raise funds for the NHS.

Jessica Court's business Cult Travel is a prize draw where players can win amazing holidays for the price of a cup of coffee.

The 23-year-old, of Drovers Way, Bishop's Stortford, set up the business at the beginning of the year with her partner after spending five years in the marketing industry.

Purchasing a ticket for the monthly prize draw is done by simply choosing your travel companion and selecting your dates, with the winners announced on its Instagram page on the last day of the month.

While unforgettable trips to the likes of Santorini and Mexico are the star prizes, players can also get their hands on stay-at-home bundles offering the likes of beauty treats and entertainment packages.

And players will be supporting the NHS thanks to Jessica's decision to donate the money raised from the stay-at-home draw to support front-line workers in the battle against coronavirus.

Jessica Court of Cult Travel (35374836)
Jessica Court of Cult Travel (35374836)

A standard ticket costs £3.50 and a family ticket is £6 for the luxury holiday prize draw, while a home bundle ticket is £1.50.

"With stress levels at an all-time high – especially right now – and with less people being able to afford holidays generally, we wanted to offer people the chance to see and travel the world for the lowest price possible," said Jessica.

"Because of coronavirus, we've said to everyone if you win the holiday, the holiday will be valid from the end of lockdown until 18 months afterwards.

"We're still working in conjunction with the Government restrictions and we're still in compliance with the travel restrictions and it means that everyone is happy and safe.

"All the money from the stay-at-home bundle is going towards helping NHS charities and helping them get the PPE they need to help fight this. This is our way of giving back and helping to contribute towards beating this."

See cult-travel.co.uk for more details.

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