What's the difference in playing with 1, 2 or 3 tickets?
The more tickets you play with, the more you win. If your postcode gets lucky, and you play with two tickets, you double your prize money. If you play with three tickets, you triple your winnings.
For example, in our Sunday Street Prize every ticket in one lucky postcode wins £30,000. That means if you play with one ticket, and your postcode gets drawn, you'll win £30,000. But if you play with two tickets then you'd win £60,000, and if you play with three tickets then you'd pick up £90,000.
The same applies with our £1,000 prizes, which run from Monday to Friday. These fixed amount prizes are awarded per ticket. The more tickets you play with, the more you win.
Prize funds in the £1 Million draw and Postcode Millions draw are shared on a per-ticket basis. The more tickets you play with, the greater your share of the total prize fund. See the How are winners selected? section on our How It Works page for more information.
Each ticket costs £12 per month to play. For two tickets, your subscription would be £24 per month, and for three tickets, it would cost £36 per month.
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