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Your chance to win a £1,000 John Lewis gift card

2:08 pm, Wednesday, 1st November 2023 - 9 months ago

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It’s a win-win situation when you play Winsby Community Lottery

Sign up and support a good cause today and not only will you be in with the chance of winning weekly cash prizes of up to £25,000, but if you enter before Saturday 25th November, you will be in with the chance of winning a £1,000 gift card for John Lewis & Waitrose – or a cash alternative, all for just £1 a week!

Whatever they want under the tree this year, you’ll be able to one-stop shop your Christmas present shopping at John Lewis – or pull out all the stops for your festive feasts with Waitrose!

Want more flexibility? Choose a £1,000 pre-paid MasterCard instead!

Winsby Community Lottery is a lottery for the people, by the people. It’s a fun way to help good causes without giving up precious time.

Tickets are just £1 in the weekly draw, and you can choose exactly which good cause you would like your money to go to. More of your money goes to your chosen cause than with any other major lottery – you can see the exact breakdown, where every penny goes, on our website.

With our new Super Draw, you can also buy extra tickets to “top-up” for Super Draw week – or if you don’t want weekly tickets, you can buy tickets just for the Super Draw!

Unlike larger lotteries, the majority of your ticket purchase comes back into the community AND the odds of winning a prize are much better, at an amazing 50:1. It really is a win-win: even if you don’t win a cash prize you can be content in knowing that you are making a real difference!

Since its launch the Winsby Community Lottery has raised thousands of pounds for small charities -so why not join in? Visit our website to see which good causes you can support and buy a ticket today: www.winsbylottery.co.uk.

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