Updated: Jun 15, 2020

Louis Vuitton, Bottega Veneta, Valentino, Prada, and countless other luxury designer handbags can now be yours for less than the price of a latte.

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Making luxe fashion more accessible, Odurn is a premium online raffle platform which allows users to get their hands on the latest designer handbags with a new winner chosen every single week. The site boasts a range of styles, from perfect-for-work tote bags to your ideal evening clutch.

Users simply choose which dream bag they’d like to win and their preferred entry option and sit back, relax, and wait for the winner announcement held each and every Friday at noon. With more people looking to entertain themselves during lockdown, its a fun way to countdown the week.

While the online tickets are already reasonably priced, starting at just £2 per ticket, the more you buy, the further the discount (and the more your chances of winning).

Each authentic designer bag has been selected by Odurn's London-based team, Odurn have said "We know what’s trending and what’s not, ensuring your new handbag is guaranteed to be absolutely adored when you post that winning selfie on Instagram."

The company was founded in 2017 by Punit Shah and Josh Darby. Their mission is to make Odurn a global platform for the fashion industry, and to raise donations for good causes. In a blogpost on their site the founders have stated, "We will build our audience throughout the year, so that it ready to raise thousands for charity. Our platform is available to any charity to use for free."

100% of proceeds from selected raffles go directly toward charities and special causes, meaning you can feel great about helping others too.

The team at Ordun have said, "Our brilliant technology understands social media and recognises the new influencer economy. With this, we can raffle anything and everything that is beautiful to behold and which adorns the wardrobe of the most refined women and men in the world."

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