A DAD from Buckinghamshire is celebrating after winning a dream car and cash prize worth more than £50,000 by spending just 10p.

Jordan Flint, from Stokenchurch, has won a Mini John Cooper Works worth £33,000 after entering an online competition with BOTB.

The surprise didn’t end there as BOTB presenter Christian Williams also revealed that the car came with £20,000 cash hidden in the boot - much to the shock of Jordan’s partner Annie.

It comes just three months after the Dream Car Competition Winner and Annie celebrated the arrival of their new daughter, Harper.

Long-standing BOTB player Jordan had some game credit saved up so he only spent 10p to scoop his prize.

Christian turned up at Jordan’s home to surprise him with the good news.

“I have played for a long, long time and was very pleased to see Christian’s face,” the 29-year-old said.

“It was quite a shock to open the door and see Christian and the camera.

“I watch the videos of other winners all the time and can’t quite believe it has happened to me.”

With its distinctive looks and fun styling, the Mini is one of the most loved and iconic cars on the road today. 

“Annie has just got herself a Mini Countryman so I had to top that and go for the JCW,” Jordan continued.

“They are really nice cars and knowing how much she paid, I thought it was really good value for money.

“I’ve got a work van at the moment and don't actually have a personal car, so it is something I need.”

Jordan, who works as a fire door engineer, said the money would come in very handy for his newly expanded family.

“It will be nice to have that kind of money in the bank and with Christmas coming up it means we will be able to spoil Harper a bit more,” he said.

Christian said: “Paying 10p for a £33,000 Mini JCW is a pretty good return!

“It is a fantastic car and with 230bhp it has plenty of power. I love driving these as they are like little go karts - I’m sure Jordan will love it - and with a new baby, the cash will certainly come in very handy!”

BOTB was founded by William Hindmarch in 1999 and has given away a whopping £ 64m worth of cars so far.

The company uses former professional footballers to judge the competition independently each week, alongside current and former referees.