Win (another) Mortgage Holiday!

Want Dashly to pay your January 2021 mortgage payment?

  • ⅙* homeowners have had to take a mortgage holiday due to increased financial pressure thanks to COVID-19.

To help out with the current increased financial pressure of 2020, we, Dashly, are stepping forward to help. We care about your financial wellbeing, and to show just how much we care, we've created a competition where you can win £1,200 off your mortgage. The Dashly Mortgage Holiday.

How it works is simple. When you sign up to Dashly for free between now and 31/12/20, your name will be entered into a prize draw. Once entered, you'll be in for the chance to win one of your monthly payments, paid for by us when your mortgage holiday ends! We know how hard 2020 has been, so we created this competition as we're committed to helping you through this difficult time, and to help you get off on the right foot in 2021.

The maximum payout is £1,200. Sitting well above the average monthly mortgage payment of £669*, and with only a thousand or so other competitors - it’s a much more likely win than getting your four numbers on the lotto. (And that’s only £140 in winnings).

All you have to do is sign-up to Dashly, verify your account and enter all of your mortgage details. Once done, you'll be entered into the prize draw for the jackpot. On top of winning, when you sign up to Dashly we'll start challenging your mortgage daily to find you a deal that saves you even more money, month on month, year on year.

If we find a better deal for you between now and your mortgage holiday ending, you could be in for a double win!

What have you got to lose? 

Best regards,
Your Dashly team.

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