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Winning Postcodes are announced every day

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Winning postcodes are announced every day.

  • Monday - Friday: £1,000 20 lucky postcodes each win £1,000 per winning ticket.

  • Every Saturday: £1 Million Players in one lucky postcode share £1 Million in the Millionaire Street Prize draw.

  • Every Sunday: £30,000 Every ticket in one postcode wins £30,000 in our Street Prize draw.

  • Monthly: £3.2 Million or more Each month, one lucky postcode area shares £3.2 Million or more in the Postcode Millions draw.

    Additional prize draws include £10 for every ticket in 1,000 winning postcodes and non-cash prizes such as vouchers and gift cards. See what non-cash prizes you can win here.

    You can view all prizes up for grabs in the Prize Draw Calendar.

    *In accordance with the Gambling Act 2005, the maximum amount that can be won by a single ticket is 10% of draw proceeds up to a maximum of £500,000.

You can purchase up to 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 winning 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.

We’ll contact you if you win a prize, or you can check the latest results by:

  • Checking out the Lottery Results section.

  • Calling us on freephone number 0808 109 8765.

Winners are notified by email, SMS message, letter or phone call depending on the prize you won. We recommend that players register an email address with us and keep their address and telephone details up to date, to ensure they can be notified of any prize wins.

To update any of your contact details, please give our Customer Experience staff a call on 0808 109 8765.

Your ticket is based on your postcode.

When you purchase a ticket, you are allocated a ticket number that’s made up of your full postcode + a unique number. For example A12 3BC + 123. Every person that plays with the same postcode will be allocated a unique number. If your postcode gets lucky, every player in your postcode wins.

Only playing postcodes are entered into the draws, so the more people that play with your postcode, the more chances the postcode has of being drawn!

A postcode sector is a wider geographical region than a postcode. For example, for postcode EH2 4ET the postcode sector is EH2 4 and the postcode district EH2.

Every Saturday we announce a winning postcode sharing a £1 Million Millionaire Street prize. This prize will be split between tickets in the full winning postcode e.g. A12 3BC.

The maximum prize per ticket is 10% of the ticket sales for that draw, up to £500,000. If due to this statutory maximum prize limit the £1 Million cannot be fully shared in the full winning postcode, the balance will be shared by tickets in the surrounding postcode area e.g. A12 3 and occasionally the larger postcode district e.g. A12. This means the £1 Million will be won in full each week.

For example, if there are four players in the full winning postcode, each holding one ticket, they would win £250,000 each (assuming over £2.5 Million worth of tickets have been sold in the draw).

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