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Street Prize

Glee In Glasgow

26 October 2019 - G52 3BZ - Glasgow - £30,000
Two lucky Glasgow players have won £30,000 each thanks to their postcode

It's a wonderful start to the weekend for two lucky players in Glasgow as they have each won £30,000 cheques. The winners, who play with postcode G52 3BZ, netted the cash in today's Saturday Street Prize. Congratulations on your good fortune - we hope you enjoy your windfall!

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One lucky player in another area picked up their own £30,000 cheque after winning Sunday's Street Prize.

Published: 26/10/2019

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