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What does a lottery winner's house look like? Do they have giant widescreen TVs in every room? Are the bathroom taps made of solid gold?

National Lottery Xtra, a brand new digital TV channel opens the doors of the people behind those winning numbers in a Through the Keyhole-style show called Millionaires, giving viewers an insight into what happens when you hit the jackpot.

National Lottery Xtra also gives viewers exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the lottery and takes a closer look at some of the thousands of projects that have benefited from the £20 billion raised for Good Causes. The new service is available on the Showcase Channel on Top Up TV.

One of the lottery winners set to reveal all about their homes and lifestyle on National Lottery Xtra include Roy Gibney who scooped £7,500,000 in 1998. Roy bought a huge estate featuring his own fishing lake and indoor swimming pool, complete with a giant replica of his winning lottery numbers tiled into the floor!

To celebrate the launch of National Lottery Xtra we are offering you the chance to win a state of the art LCD TV with a Top Up TV+ DTR (digital TV recorder) box and starter pack.

All you have to do is answer our simple question.

For more information visit


1.Competition ends 5:30pm on (please replace with comp end date) Oh way to go Loaded Webmaster, proof reading to difficult? - Aggy

2.Employees of Camelot Group plc and their immediate families are not eligible to enter.

3.Entrants must be over 18
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9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago

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Boo - my hubby works for Camelot so I can't enter :(
Can you give me some more info, exactly what is happening after you register? Worked fine for me earlier.
Done cheers.
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