ADVERTORIAL: The Health Lottery announces major change to draws which will ‘create more winners’

By | January 17, 2020

The Health Lottery is proving such a hit with players it has launched two new weekly draws – each with a £100,000 jackpot.

The new free prize draws take place every Wednesday and Saturday.

When you buy a ticket for the main £25,000 Health Lottery Draw on a Wednesday or Saturday, your numbers will now also be entered into a free prize draw to win £100,000 on those days which comes straight after the main draw. In addition, every £1 spend gives players automatic entry into a monthly £250,000 Mega Draw.

So that means for each £1 ticket you buy on Wednesday or Saturday, you get entered into THREE draws with a combined jackpot up for grabs of £375,000 in tax free cash!

Former police officer Tim Carson scooped £250,000 in the Mega Raffle

Martin Ellice, Group Joint Managing Director of the Health Lottery, said the change will create even more winners. He explained: “Not only will this create more winners, but we expect to see a significant increase in money to good causes. Alongside the new £100,000 draws we plan to run other exciting free prize draws for the chance to win cars, holidays and shopping sprees. So keep your eyes peeled!”

Since The Health Lottery began in 2011, there have been a staggering 12 million winners, picking up more than £150million in prize money.

And more than £112MILLION has been raised for all sorts of great causes across Great Britain – supporting more than 3,000 deserving projects.

Whenever you play charity lottery games from The Health Lottery, you are supporting someone who needs help in one way or another.

Health Lottery Scotland benefited from January’s draws. Hamilton District Men’s Shed, from Hamilton, are one of the many good causes who have been awarded money raised by by Health Lottery Scotland in the past

The Health Lottery operates as 12 local society lotteries representing different areas of Great Britain. Regions take turns hosting draws to raise money for their local area, meaning that everyone gets an equal share of the pot to put towards good causes. 

Health Lottery Scotland benefited from all draws in the month ending January 31 2020.


Mirror – Health