Sign into your account, go to the “My Details” page to opt out: www.healthlottery.co.uk/my-account/personal-details. You can unsubscribe from any email marketing using the links provided in the emails we send to you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What happened to the Health Lottery?
After winning the licence, the Health Lottery was sold in February 2011 to Richard Desmond’s Northern & Shell group. The Health Lottery launched in September 2011. Until the summer of 2018, the Health Lottery had operated 51 society lotteries across Great Britain.
Can you play the Health Lottery online?
It couldn’t be easier to play the lottery online. Simply register an account with The Health Lottery today, and then purchase your tickets here. Online lotto players must be over 16 and you’ll need to enter some basic information including date of birth, debit card information and contact details.
How does the health lottery raffle work?
For each payment transaction you will receive one Mega Raffle code, which will appear in the “my account” section of the website for online purchases and will be printed on retail tickets. This code will be entered into the Mega Raffle draw multiple times, according to the amount of money spent on your purchase.
What is the age for the Health Lottery?
You must be aged 18 or over to play or claim a prize. Underage gambling is an offence.
How do I cancel my Health Lottery account?
You can choose to suspend your account at any time. You can also visit your Health Lottery retailer and ask to be self-excluded for a minimum period of six months. The retailer will take the appropriate action to register your self-exclusion and will notify The Health Lottery Head Office accordingly.
How do I cancel my Health Lottery?
5.11 Players may cancel their TML subscription by creating a new text message and sending the word ‘STOP’ to 82828 at any time. Players should note that replying to a Mobile Lottery message with the word ‘STOP’ will not unsubscribe them.
How do I claim my Health Lottery winnings?
Sign in to your Health Lottery account and go to the Your account section. Select Withdraw funds and follow the instructions. For security, you’ll need to enter your password. The withdrawal will be processed to your debit card.
How do I contact the Health Lottery?
Email us at email@example.com. Call The Health Lottery Helpline on 0844 375 55 55 (calls to The Health Lottery Helpline will be charged at 7p per minute plus your telephone provider’s access charge).
Which lottery is the easiest to win?
The easiest lotto to win by prize is the French Lotto (or Loto as it’s known) which gives you a one in six chance of winning a prize.
The Easiest Lottery By Prize.
|Odds of Winning Any Prize|
|French Lotto||1 in 6|
|Spanish Lotto||1 in 10|
|UK Lotto||1 in 9.3|
|Austrian Lotto||1 in 12|
Does the health lottery notify you if you win?
If you’ve matched any 3 main winning numbers and the bonus ball grab your winning ticket (you can’t collect your prize without it) and head to any Health Lottery retailer. … Subscription and online players will receive notification from THL of their prize.
What is Health Lottery Quick Pick?
The Health Lottery QuickWin is a revolutionary way to play lottery when you want, where you want! It’s the first game of its kind with a lottery draw every 3 minutes – day or night.
Where does Health Lottery money go?
Funding is allocated to the charity partner the People’s Health Trust and awarded to organisations that tackle health inequalities across Britain and aim to create healthier communities and environments through projects such as: Communal gardening schemes.
Is the Health Lottery safe?
The Health Lottery site is regulated and licensed by the biggest gambling body in the UK – the UK Gambling Commission, which means that all aspects of this site are totally safe and completely legal, with the site being checked and regulated by a third party body.
Which lottery has best odds UK?
So, the game with the best odds, in terms of winning the top prize, is the Thunderball.
According to the National Lottery website, the odds of winning the jackpots are:
- Lotto jackpot: 1 in 45,057,474.
- EuroMillions jackpot: 1 in 139,838,160.
- Set For Life top prize: 1 in 15,339,390.
- Thunderball top prize: 1 in 8,060,598.