What are the odds of winning the postcode lottery?
As there are approximately 1,080,000 postcodes in each draw this gives us 8 in 1,080,000 chance of winning or 1 in 135,000.
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.
Do postcode lottery contact you if you win?
Winners are notified by email, SMS message, letter or phonecall depending on the prize you won. If you win a Street Prize or get lucky in our Postcode Millions, we’ll ring or write to you.
Is the postcode lottery genuine?
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.
How many houses are in a postcode area?
How many premises are in a postcode? Each postcode covers an average of about 15 properties. However, this is not a definitive number, where postcodes can hold up to 100.
How often has my postcode won postcode lottery?
Winning postcodes are announced every single day. Thousands of winners strike it lucky every week.
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.
Which lottery is the easiest to win UK?
According to lottoland.co.uk, easiest lotto to win by prize is the French Lotto. This is because entrants have a 1 in 6 chance of winning a prize. However, winning a prize doesn’t meaning winning big. It could mean just breaking evening on the price of your ticket.
Has anyone in Kent won the postcode lottery?
07 February 2015 – ME8 7QZ – Rainham – £25,000
Two Rainham players were delighted this week after winning £25,000 each when their postcode, ME8 7QZ, was drawn as a winner in this week’s Saturday Street Prize. “I couldn’t believe it,” said Mary Friday.