25 Guaranteed UK MILLIONAIRES! - EuroMillions Christmas Eve Raffle!! +£4 Quidco!! (£2 profit for nothing!) - HotUKDeals
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Yep, 25 UK residents will be the lucky winners of the Millionaires raffle this Christmas Eve with the EuroMillions draw!

Fingers crossed eh?

oh and don't forhget that you get £4 Quidco on your first ticket purchase! So even if you don't win, you will still be up by £2!

Its pretty much a guaranteed win!

Haha! - Good Luck and Merry Christmas to you all!

£5 minimum deposit, and quidco isnt guarenteed.
if quidco tracks, youre £1 down
if it doesnt, youre £5 down
- nebno6

nebno6 if you are going to be such a bore and edit the post then maybe someone should point out that you could also be a million pounds richer!
- bargainhunter666

From OP: You MIGHT be more than £1million richer! Don't forget that you are also getting a line of the actual EuroMillions draw in that £2! ;)
-DeeKay86

http://www.gambleaware.co.uk
- batistawhc

Cashback only available to new online players.
- windhoek

Remember even though the minimum topup is £5, you can withdraw the remaining £3 once you've entered the EuroMillions.
- Felix 360

What is this? Edit this as much as possible? Oh well. Anyone have any luck? If you've won 1 million let me know please and I will give you 50p to cover half the ticket and ill take half :P
- speedy1477

Whoops. I mean £1 :D
- speedy1477
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3 Likes #1
£4.50 at Topcashback. Minimum topup balance is £5 though.
#2
Cashback is new customers / first ticket purchase only - No guaranteed win for me :(

Edited By: W1zz on Dec 22, 2010 06:15
#3
I have moved home since I signed up for the national lottery online many years ago. I wonder if I can register again with the new address?
2 Likes #4
@ anewman. You'll need to use a different card and email address ;-)

Edited By: Datamitch on Dec 22, 2010 06:33
#5
£5 minimum deposit so acctually £1 for 2 and a half tickets if quidco tracks!
#6
Only a hot deal for me if you win! Bought my first online ticket months ago
#7
I bought 8 euromillions tickets this time due to this. I'm guaranteed to win.

Got 5 numbers on normal draw about 6 months ago and won £1325, gutted I didn't get the last number as I don't it happening again for a while.
1 Like #8
I cant find it in Quidco, what keyword should I use?
#9
Good deal for those who aren't already registered. For the rest of us we'll see after the numbers are drawn.
#10
I WOULD SAY THATS PRETTY GOOD GOING OLLIE WE SHARE WITH ANOTHER FAMILY SPEND £10 PER WEEK BETWEEN US ALL HAVE WON NOTHING SINCE STARTING THIS YEAR AUG :(
3 Likes #11
terence
I cant find it in Quidco, what keyword should I use?

try lottery !
#12
terence - Dec 22, 2010 07:12
I cant find it in Quidco, what keyword should I use?

You go to the website of Quidco, or rather, go to Topcashback which won't ask you for £5 before they reward you with any money. So, google topcashback, register with them and then search for lottery in the search box. It will throw up lottery and choose the correct one and play it. You will be rewarded after about 3 months when cash will be sent to your chosen account.

Very good and make sure you go via this site every time you want to buy something. If you can find the company, see if you could go via nectar to amazon. Register and you will get some money back and save and be happy!
#13
Good to see the poor tax at it's best lol

Good reminder OP
#14
damn, already registered :(
#15
UK resident?? others can't play?? just asking... as I dont know
1 Like #16
kay57500
I WOULD SAY THATS PRETTY GOOD GOING OLLIE WE SHARE WITH ANOTHER FAMILY SPEND £10 PER WEEK BETWEEN US ALL HAVE WON NOTHING SINCE STARTING THIS YEAR AUG :(


Well after all the years of playing it I'd say I'm still down about 2 grand!
11 Likes #17
The Lottery: A tax on the mathematically challenged.

Edited By: gizmouk on Dec 22, 2010 07:57
13 Likes #18
gizmouk
The Lottery: A tax on the mathematically challenged.

I prefer to think of myself as stupidly optimistic.
#19
gizmouk
The Lottery: A tax on the mathematically challenged.


Agree wholeheartedly. May as well play though if you get 5 goes for £1 as the odds increase slightly.

Just chucked £5 down the drain and hope I get my £4 quidco :)
#20
thanks
2 Likes #21
i'm already a Millionaire so doesn't appeal to me
Good luck though
#22
A13
i'm already a Millionaire so doesn't appeal to meGood luck though

nice.... im a billionaire so nor will I
#23
;) No need for deals if I become a millionaire...
3 Likes #24
the lottery - the only valid reason anyone should be a millionaire
#25
Just put two lucky dips on for the Euromillions an will use the other for a Saturday lucky dip. Cheers OP.


gizmouk
The Lottery: A tax on the mathematically challenged.


You have to be in it to win it! I'm sure people that have won never thought they would of. Plus the money goes to good causes so I don't mind playing it each week.
banned#26
Sweet :) Good luck :D
#27
Gavinh1
A13
i'm already a Millionaire so doesn't appeal to meGood luck though


nice.... im a billionaire so nor will I


I have a 12 inch ****...


(Heat added!)
#28
thanks 4 the tip!
#29
if you are big fat and ugly give it a go.....

http://www.askmehelpdesk.com/attachments/a/17479d1236808587-lottery-winner-lottery.jpg?stc=1
#30
bought mine
#31
psi2244
the lottery - the only valid reason anyone should be a millionaire


Uh huh, the Gates', Jobs', Buffet's, Branson's of this world are thoroughly undeserving :|
#32
gizmouk
The Lottery: A tax on the mathematically challenged.


For alot of people i guess its as much about the chance of winning and financial freedom as the winning itself. Im sure we all waste money on other things that dont have any chance of winning you some serious cash, for the sake of two pints down the pub im sure its worth a shot.
1 Like #33
dhope
psi2244
the lottery - the only valid reason anyone should be a millionaire
Uh huh, the Gates', Jobs', Buffet's, Branson's of this world are thoroughly undeserving :|

indeed that is true
#34
Given it a stab, 3 goes + the syndicate I'm in. This will ensure I win nothing.
#35
I already play the normal lotto via direct debit.. would I still be eligible for the quidco?
1 Like #36
I hate the lotto site with a passion I've never been able to register on the site! Tells me my password is invalid?!! How can that be? It's my damn password? And yes it does conform to all their password rules. As a result I usually forget to play it.
#37
was going to give this a go anyway seeing it's Christmas, so thnx & bought.
1 Like #38
ZedEx
gizmouk
The Lottery: A tax on the mathematically challenged.


For alot of people i guess its as much about the chance of winning and financial freedom as the winning itself. Im sure we all waste money on other things that dont have any chance of winning you some serious cash, for the sake of two pints down the pub im sure its worth a shot.


Absolutely, the vast majority of people know the chances of winning are extremelly thin, but there's still a chance. As long as you dont go over the top and just spend a little a week then no harm really.

Having said that, greedy Camelot have spoilt the lottery by continually adding extra games to try to bring in more money. I much preferred it when we had one lottery draw a week. They should have given it to Virgin to run.

Edited By: Mark43 on Dec 22, 2010 10:39
#39
its a rather stupid £5 minimum deposit - i guess to lure people into to playing more than they want, but you can play 1 or two lines and withdraw the rest there is no minimum withdrawal
1 Like #40
psi2244
dhope
psi2244
the lottery - the only valid reason anyone should be a millionaire
Uh huh, the Gates', Jobs', Buffet's, Branson's of this world are thoroughly undeserving :|


indeed that is true


Maybe you should have aimed at billionaires, Millionaire doesn't imply fabulously wealthy by any means. I think my parents are probably paper millionaires if you count the house... that's a part time music teacher and gardener for the local council btw. Hardly the lap of luxury.

Would have thought the lottery was the least valid way to ever become a millionaire as it's entirely devoid of talent or hard work.

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