Health Lottery – Win Up To £100 Five times a Week!
The Health Lottery not only offers the opportunity to win big prizes, but also tackles health inequalities for 51 local authority areas across Great Britain. It is made up of 51 separate society lotteries which rotate with each draw to raise money for health related good causes within their respective areas with 20p in each £1 going to a health-related good cause.
New Health Lottery players can get two weeks of free play with a fantastic offer for signing up to play via direct debit. Simply register an account and opt to play by direct debit and The Health Lottery will credit your account with up to £160 free lotto funds after your first payment has arrived.
Health Lottery Offers and Promotions
All new Health Lottery players can take advantage of the 2 weeks free promotion when signing up to play by direct debit. Follow the links on this page to create your new Health Lottery account and you will be credited with up to £160 bonus following your first direct debit payment.
Sign up to play by Direct Debit and you’ll benefit from free lottery tickets from the Health Lottery. Make sure you never miss a draw by selecting your numbers and lines for each draw and they will be automatically played for you and when you opt into the Direct Debit scheme you can play Health Lottery for free for a whole fortnight.
There are other regular offers and promotions on the Health Lottery such as a free ticket for matching two numbers, daily 2nd chance draws and extra bonus balls with I-Pads and cash prizes to be given away. The Health Lottery is also committed to remaining at £1 per line, making it a much cheaper to play than the National Lottery. There is even a 50p quick pick game which has a jackpot of £25,000.
Health Lottery Prizes
Choose five numbers from 1 to 50 at a cost of just £1 per line for the regular draw and just 50p for the new quick pick draw and you could win a huge cash prize with the Health Lottery. If you don’t have regular numbers or just like getting a lucky dip, hit the Quick Pick button and let the random number generator choose a line for you. You can buy tickets just for this week’s draw, or for up to eight weeks in advance and watch the regular draw which is broadcast every Wednesday and Saturday evening, exclusively live on Channel 5, while the quick pick draw takes place on Tuesday and Friday.
To win a prize on the Health lottery you must match any 2 numbers plus the bonus ball on same line, 3 numbers or 3 numbers and the bonus ball, 4 numbers, 4 numbers and the bonus ball or 5 numbers.
For the regular draw, 2 winning numbers and the bonus ball returns £10 and three winning numbers gets you a £20 prize, add the bonus ball to your three numbers and you’ll win a cool £50. From here the prizes start to get much bigger, four winning numbers will net you £250 and if you’re lucky enough to get the bonus ball with four winning numbers you’ll scoop a massive £10,000.
Five winning numbers will earn you the top prize of up to £100,000 – a life changing amount of money for just £1 per line.
Health Lottery Customer Support
Customer Support at the Health Lottery is comprehensively covered with a handy Help & Info section as well as a useful Players’ Guide. Should you wish to contact a representative to discuss a techincal issue, you can do so via email at email@example.com or call The Health Lottery Helpline on 0844 375 55 55. You can also use this number to request a claim forms or to contact the Health Lottery by post at the following address; The Health Lottery, Department 374, Queensgate, Grange Road East, Birkenhead, CH41 5FD.
All major credit and debit cards are accepted as methods of payment by the Health Lottery in addition to the option of setting up a direct debit. Each society lottery is licensed by the Gambling Commission and will raise money for health related good causes within their respective areas. The Health Lottery is committed to ensuring your privacy and security of the data that you provide in compliance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998. All personal information is held on secure servers based in the UK.