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To celebrate the Health Lottery’s 10th Birthday, from Thursday 7 October to Sunday 10 October , they will be offering readers of national and regional press titles a ‘free play’ on The Health Lottery game in retail stores across Great Britain!

Players can redeem the coupon printed in the newspapers until Friday 15 October at participating stores and win up to £25k in any of our 5 draws which take place Tuesday to Saturday each week.

Players will also be entered into the additional £100k free prize draw on Wednesday and Saturday at no extra cost if they choose to play for the Wednesday or Saturday draws.

Please be aware that these bar codes have been used for a previous promotion and should be loaded onto tills by Wednesday 6 October

This is a fantastic opportunity to grow sales and raise even more money for good causes across Great Britain.

Please remember to:

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

 

The voucher will feature in the following national titles ;

National Daily and Sunday Titles

Daily Star

Daily Mirror

Daily Express

Daily Record

….plus 25 regional titles including Liverpool Echo and Birmingham Post.

 

If you have any questions, please get in touch with the Health Lottery or NFRN Connect.

Thank you for continuing to support The Health Lottery, the 3,500 charities who rely on funding from the sale of tickets in your stores and for helping us raise over £120m over the last 10 years!

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