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Could your postcode be worth £7.3 million?



In association with People’s Postcode Lottery.

WE all want a bit more money to enjoy life with now that restrictions have begun to ease – but imagine winning a share of £7.3 million all because of your postcode.

In their September draws, People’s Postcode Lottery are giving away their biggest ever prize with £7.3 million being shared by one lucky postcode in the monthly Postcode Millions prize.

Your postcode is your ticket to play, but you have to be signed up to be in with a chance of winning your share of the prize.

No one likes to be on the sidelines – especially when it comes to a once-in-a-lifetime jackpot like this. Imagine waking up one September morning, and all of your neighbours are out in your street celebrating their big win, and planning their future holidays and adventures. You’d want to be celebrating alongside them, right?

It costs just £10 a month to be entered into all draws, and winning postcodes are announced every day. It’s easy to sign up online and you can play for as long as you like with no obligation or contract.

If you’ve been thinking about getting involved, September’s draws are a great time to do it. As well as the big £7.3 million prize, one postcode will win £30K every Saturday and Sunday and 20 postcodes will win £1k every single day.  And that’s for every ticket you play with.

You’re not just benefitting yourself when you play, you’re also helping good causes. 33 per cent from each ticket sold goes to charities and good causes. In fact, People’s Postcode Lottery players have raised over £750 million for more than 9,000 good causes so far.

Click here to find out more and play.

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