Who is behind people’s postcode lottery?

People’s Postcode Lottery is a not-for-commercial-gain organisation owned by Novamedia, the creators of the postcode lottery brand. Novamedia was established in 1983 with the goal of contributing to a better world through the operation of charity lotteries, media and publishing activities.

What are the odds of winning the People’s postcode lottery?

In 2020, 82% of players won prizes with People’s Postcode Lottery. These included £10 wins, £1,000 Daily Prizes, £30,000 Street Prizes and shares of the monthly Postcode Millions prize.

Is the People’s postcode lottery a con?

It is not a scam it is just numbers,all the ads you see for winners are all in England.So if you live in Scotland I suggest you spend your money on something else. What they need is a scottish postcode lottery where you might have a chance of winning.

Who is the guy on the postcode lottery advert?

Roger Federer. “I feel honoured to be one of the international ambassadors of the Postcode Lottery.

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How often is the postcode lottery drawn?

Each month, we have draws which allocate prizes for every day of that month. Our £30,000 Street Prize winners are revealed every Saturday and Sunday. We usually announce the full winning postcode in our Postcode Millions draws on a Saturday too.

How often has my postcode won postcode lottery?

Winning postcodes are announced every single day. Thousands of winners strike it lucky every week.

Is the postcode lottery fake?

The postcode lottery is actually headquartered in Edinburgh and the name is a fake. Highland communities are thought to be amongst those who have been targeted. Trading standards manager of Highland Council, David MacKenzie, said: “Scam mail can take the form of fake lotteries or imitate genuine lotteries.

Are they actors on the postcode lottery advert?

Presenters Judie McCourt, Danyl Johnson, Jeff Brazier and Matt Johnson visit People’s Postcode Lottery winners to present them with their cheques, attend Postcode Million events and take part in People’s Postcode Lottery advertising campaigns.

Which lottery is easiest to win?

The Easiest Lottery By Prize

The easiest lotto to win by prize is the French Lotto (or Loto as it’s known) which gives you a one in 7.6 chance of winning a prize.

Has anyone won the postcode lottery twice?

Susan Slater and her husband won more than £30,000 on the People’s Postcode Lottery twice in July. They now want to use the cash to remember their son Steve, who died with coronavirus earlier this year, Essex Live report.

Can you check if your postcode has ever won the postcode lottery?

You can find out the results by: Checking out the Lottery Results section on the website. Calling us on freephone number 0808 109 8765.

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Who is the blonde woman in the postcode lottery advert?

Carol Patricia Smillie (born 23 December 1961) is a Scottish television presenter, actress and former model. Smillie became famous as a presenter on British TV during the 1990s and early 2000s.

How are postcode lottery winners chosen?

Our winning postcodes are selected via random draws using software which has been certified by a Gambling Commission-approved testing house. The software uses a random number generator to pick out winning postcodes from the postcodes players have bought a ticket to enter.

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