Win up to £1,000,000 with the Health Lottery

The Health Lottery is a lottery that was launched in Great Britain in October 2011. Players choose five numbers between 1 and 50 and must match at least three to win a prize. The jackpot for matching all five numbers is £100,000.
Jackpots and OddsPlayers who match three numbers automatically win £20 and the odds or matching three numbers are 1 in 214. Matching four numbers wins £250, with odds of 1 in 9,147 of winning. These prizes are automatically split and are not reduced if there are a large number of winners. The Health Lottery has a jackpot of £100,000 for matching all five numbers. The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 2,118,760. The jackpot is split if there are multiple winners.
New Bonus BallFrom May 2013, the Health Lottery introduced a new bonus ball for the two weekly draws. The bonus ball is drawn after the five main numbers and prizes can be won for match two, three or four main numbers with the bonus number. 2 numbers and the bonus ball wins £10 and the odds for winning this are 1 in 224. 3 numbers and the bonus ball wins the player £50 and the chances of getting this are 1 in 4,813. Finally, four numbers and the bonus ball wins £10,000 and there is a 1 in 423,345 chance of winning this amount.

How to PlayTickets cost £1.00 and are available to purchase from lottery retailers. Players can choose their own numbers if there are any particularly significant numbers in their life, or can let the machine randomly assign them five different numbers. The game is only open to players in Great Britain meaning that people from Northern Ireland or the Isle of Mann do not qualify for the Health Lottery. 20% of each pound spend on the Health Lottery goes to pay for administration, retail and operating costs. 23% goes to health-related charities and the rest of the ticket price goes towards the cash jackpot. You can win up to £1,000,000 with the Health Lottery at Coral

Live drawsThe Health Lottery draw takes place every Saturday and Wednesday. The draw was initially broadcast on ITV 1 in the United Kingdom on a Saturday evening during The X Factor. Now the draw is broadcast on Channel Five at around 9.55pm every Saturday and Wednesday during the advertisement break of the scheduled television programme at that time. There have been thousands of winners to date on the Health Lottery and players are attracted by the big cash jackpot and the fact that a portion of the ticket revenue goes towards supporting health-related charities in the United Kingdom.

October 5, 2013 by : Posted in Promotions

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