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On Saturday November 28 and Sunday November 29, the Health Lottery will be offering readers of national and regional press titles a ‘free play’ on The Health Lottery game!

Players can redeem the coupon printed in the paper until Friday December 4 at participating stores and win up to £25,000. Players will also be entered into the additional £10.000 free prize draw at no extra cost (Saturday and Wednesday only).

To capitalise on the promotion, Health Lottery retailers are encouraged to:

  • Site their Health Lottery play stand in a prime position
  • Ensure the stand is fully stocked with playcards and players guides
  • Tell customers about the promotion

The promotion will be featured in the Daily Express, Daily Star, The People, The Mirror and Daily Record as well as the following major regional press titles:

Birmingham Mail / Sunday Mercury
Bristol Post
Burton Mail
Cambridge Evening News
Coventry Telegraph
Daily Post – Wales / Wales on Sunday
Derby Telegraph
Grimsby Telegraph
Huddersfield Daily Examiner
Hull Daily Mail
Leicester Mercury
Liverpool Echo / Echo on Sunday
Manchester Evening News / MEN on Sunday
Newcastle Journal / Sunday Sun
Nottingham Post
Shropshire Star
South Wales Echo
South Wales Evening Post
Stoke The Sentinel
The Chronicle – Newcastle
The Gazette – Teesside
The Herald (Plymouth)
Wales – Western Mail
West Midlands Express & Star
Western Daily Press

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