20 draws are conducted each month with an independent adjudicator present, usually on the first Wednesday of the month. The winning postcodes are then announced on a daily basis as shown in the Prize Draw Calendar. Only playing postcodes (or, for the Postcode Millions, valid tickets) are entered into our draws.
Is the postcode lottery drawn every week?
Winning postcodes are announced every single day. Thousands of winners strike it lucky every week. Check Postcode Lottery draw results below.
Which postcode has won the most on postcode lottery?
Neighbours living in Albany Village Centre in Washington are celebrating, after discovering they’ve won almost half a million pounds between them at a party held in the north east town. NE37 1UB was announced as the full winning postcode at the Magical Postcode Million event, hosted in Washington.
How many times a week 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.
What is the chance 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.
Who owns the 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.
Is the People’s Postcode Lottery any good?
In 2020, 82% of players won prizes with People’s Postcode Lottery. … Only playing postcodes are entered into the Postcode Lottery draws, so prizes are always guaranteed to be won. Over 68% of the postcodes in Great Britain are now playing, so odds are, your neighbours could well be playing already.
How many houses are in a postcode?
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 are the postcodes chosen in the postcode lottery?
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.
Which UK lottery has the best odds?
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.
How is the postcode lottery divided?
The prize is split between players in the full winning postcode and the surrounding postcode sector (or occasionally, the larger postcode district). All tickets play, and a single winning ticket is selected to determine the full winning postcode.
How many tickets do you get for 10 on the postcode lottery?
People’s Postcode Lottery is an ongoing monthly subscription lottery where paid tickets are automatically entered into all our prize draws. You can purchase up to three tickets to play in our draws. Each ticket is based on your chosen postcode and costs £10 per month to play.
What is the luckiest postcode?
Birmingham Revealed As The UK’s Luckiest Postcode
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Is postcode lottery a con?
This is a SCAM – do not give personal or financial details. Criminals will use letterheaded paper to try and trick you. If you are unsure about anything you receive from People’s Postcode Lottery, contact them on 0808 109 8765 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I just cancel my direct debit for postcode lottery?
If you would like to stop playing, you can cancel your subscription at any time. Simply cancel your Direct Debit with your bank, or call us on freephone number 0808 109 8765. People’s Postcode Lottery will not request payment for any future draws.