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redspottedhanky Fantasy Formula 1 points have posted

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If you took part in the Fantasy Formula 1 competition last year, take a look at your account. The points should have posted.

For most people, this means 1,500 points, so £15 of train tickets, per account.

However, some people did a lot better!

When RSH launched this game, they didn’t think it through properly. After Week 1, it was clear that the scoring system was too generous and that they would be paying out too much. A £15 cap was then placed on your earnings for people who signed up late, like me.

If you got in early, and ‘actively managed’ your team from week to week, you should have £40 to £50 per account!

As I was capped at £15, I took the lazy option – I set up a team and never altered it all season. This made it an easy £15!

Comments (18)

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  • pazza2000 says:

    When transferring the loyalty points across to an e-voucher for RSH, is it instant? Hopefully the fantasy football points will be posted across such as timely when the season finishes, as they will only have 6 months of validity vs. the 12 months for these points.

  • StephenF says:

    The Thomas the Tank Engine ipad app picture looks very familiar, my 3 year old loves it! Paint my Wings too..

    • Rob says:

      Glad someone spotted it! I wrote the post on the iPad, which meant due to software limitations that I could only use images already on the iPad. Luckily Max saved a Thomas drawing into my photo stream!

  • Rob says:

    Ah, its today then. I tweeted this yesterday but no-one could find it.

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