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National Lottery - £27.00 Topcashback when you deposit £10.00 as a new lottery customer

£10.00 @ The National Lottery
New lottery customers only. If you are someone who does the lottery but who hasnt opened an online account this is ideal. Deal expires in 5 days (28th) "Funded Registrations Players must deposit… Read More
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New lottery customers only. If you are someone who does the lottery but who hasnt opened an online account this is ideal. Deal expires in 5 days (28th)

"Funded Registrations

Players must deposit a minimum of £10"

Can be found by searching for national lottery or going to https://www.topcashback.co.uk/offers/
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60 Likes
Got to be innit to win it, with odds of 45,057,474 to 1, you'll likely need to be innit a long long long long long long time. Of course some people have won and some people have also been to the Moon, not many mind. In 2014 after 20 years of the lottery it had only created 3,600 millionaires, more than have been to the Moon granted, with a population of 3,600 Congresbury (no I've never heard of it either) is a small village somewhere near Bristol. So you could fit all the millionaire winners in that village, there could well be some very nice tractors in that village, I'll be sure to visit when I win the lottery. Sorry Congresbury I guess you won't be seeing me or any of us very soon.

Those are some nasty nasty stats. I'd spend the money on some anti depressants, I sure need some after this post.

Edited By: fishmaster on Aug 23, 2016 23:23
16 Likes
Voted hot. Deposited £10, paid for a £10 scratch card, won £25, got another, won £20, got another, won another £20. Withdrew £45.

So if cashback tracks I should be £62 up. Not bad for 10 mins effort.

Thanks OP.
16 Likes
thekudos
Have spent over £20,000 in past 20 years on lottery. Probably spend £50-60 a week now on scratchcards and lotto/euromillions. Only once won 4 numbers and three times had 3 numbers.
Bizarrely yesterday and three other occasions in past 20 years I have been one number away from every single number drawn 02,23,31,37,45, (04),(08) I got 01,22,33,39,46, (04),(07). I think my new tactic will be to buy the ticket and then amend all the numbers by an increment of 1.
In other words its impossible 99.99999% of us will ever win or even get 5 numbers!

Thanks. It's that sort of spending that contributes to such a successful Olympics!
15 Likes
micpwelsh
Lottery tickets = gold medal's :p

medals.
8 Likes
fishmaster
Got to be innit to win it, with odds of 45,057,474 to 1, you'll likely need to be innit a long long long long long long time. Of course some people have won and some people have also been to the Moon, not many mind. In 2014 after 20 years of the lottery it had only created 3,600 millionaires, more than have been to the Moon granted, with a population of 3,600 Congresbury (no I've never heard of it either) is a small village somewhere near Bristol. So you could fit all the millionaire winners in that village, there could well be some very nice tractors in that village, I'll be sure to visit when I win the lottery. Sorry Congresbury I guess you won't be seeing me or any of us very soon.
Those are some nasty nasty stats. I'd spend the money on some anti depressants, I sure need some after this post.

The odds are even worse now on the National Lottery. I think it's something like 95 million to one. I do play though. That £2 ticket gives me a reason to dream - and go check out the houses on rightmove. I bought seven tickets last week and won on three lines. 2 numbers twice and 4 on the other. Not sure what the odds are (a million to one?) and won £93.10 :( Still, my friend's uncle won £22 million back in the day.

When I win, I'll buy you the top deal of the day you miserable git :p

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3 Likes #1
What about a 'new' customer with a different email address?
#2
I honestly dont know, would think it would be ok with a different card and email maybe.

Edited By: moobert on Aug 23, 2016 20:44
1 Like #3
lucas
What about a 'new' customer with a different email address?


wont work - checks electoral roll & "knows" if you've already reg.
#4
richx45
lucas
What about a 'new' customer with a different email address?
wont work - checks electoral roll & "knows" if you've already reg.

Is there a credit check involved?
#5
Done with Mrs card, only gave me £15 tho
1 Like #6
JohnnyUtah
richx45
lucas
What about a 'new' customer with a different email address?
wont work - checks electoral roll & "knows" if you've already reg.

Is there a credit check involved?


It does an "ID check" to confirm your over 16
1 Like #7
scratch that, got another email. Thanks!
1 Like #8
Seems to be deposit only? No need to spend? Can withdraw the cash after cashback tracker and get free £27…????

Yes it does check the electoral roll to ensure your age. I'm sceptical if that will be a by-check for unique customer though.

You DO need a new card that isn't already registered though.

Let's see if this truly tracks without spend. Suggests 24 hours to confirm track (but not cash back)...
2 Likes #9
Hot! £15 for me too.
banned#10
£10 deposit + sign up for DD for Saturdays draw + cancel DD before draw = ???? PROFIT
1 Like #11
The email address you register with national lottery must match your topcashback email address for cashback.

Edited By: dgburgess1 on Aug 23, 2016 22:29
#12
dgburgess1
The email address you register with national lottery must match your topcashback email address for cashback.


Where does it say that?
#13
Shows £30 pending in both me and my wife's account oO I wonder if it will go through...
#14
MrBeatnik
Seems to be deposit only? No need to spend? Can withdraw the cash after cashback tracker and get free £27…????

Yes it does check the electoral roll to ensure your age. I'm sceptical if that will be a by-check for unique customer though.

You DO need a new card that isn't already registered though.

Let's see if this truly tracks without spend. Suggests 24 hours to confirm track (but not cash back)...


If you look at the information tab, there are a lot of terms and conditions, one of which states that you have to use the £10 deposited. It also says, rather confusingly and contradictory, that the cashback is £11 rather than £27??
#15
How long does it take to track?
60 Likes #16
Got to be innit to win it, with odds of 45,057,474 to 1, you'll likely need to be innit a long long long long long long time. Of course some people have won and some people have also been to the Moon, not many mind. In 2014 after 20 years of the lottery it had only created 3,600 millionaires, more than have been to the Moon granted, with a population of 3,600 Congresbury (no I've never heard of it either) is a small village somewhere near Bristol. So you could fit all the millionaire winners in that village, there could well be some very nice tractors in that village, I'll be sure to visit when I win the lottery. Sorry Congresbury I guess you won't be seeing me or any of us very soon.

Those are some nasty nasty stats. I'd spend the money on some anti depressants, I sure need some after this post.

Edited By: fishmaster on Aug 23, 2016 23:23
4 Likes #17
fishmaster
Got to be innit to win it, with odds of 45,057,474 to 1, you'll likely need to be innit a long long long long long long time. Of course some people have won and some people have also been to the Moon, not many mind. In 2014 after 20 years of the lottery it had only created 3,600 millionaires, more than have been to the Moon granted, with a population of 3,600 Congresbury (no I've never heard of it either) is a small village somewhere near Bristol. So you could fit all the millionaire winners in that village, there could well be some very nice tractors in that village, I'll be sure to visit when I win the lottery. Sorry Congresbury I guess you won't be seeing me or any of us very soon.
Those are some nasty nasty stats. I'd spend the money on some anti depressants, I sure need some after this post.

Why not just deposit £10, blow it and take your £27? Expect to lose and see it as £17 profit. I did a similar thing with TCB for Ladbrokes - deposited £10, bet it on the golf (and lost), banked £30 cashback. So long as you've some basic willpower and won't gamble further on these sites it's a miniscule amount of work for a reasonable return.
#18
seeing it says avg payment is around 17 weeks, but reviews say different.
some saying no payment at all, some saying payment within 2 weeks.

Edited By: rapid111111 on Aug 24, 2016 00:12: payment
#19
So this is essentially, top up £10 and receive £27 cashback?? 5 lotteries + £17 for free??
#20
ukting
So this is essentially, top up £10 and receive £27 cashback?? 5 lotteries + £17 for free??
As per the deal you are right
#21
ukting
So this is essentially, top up £10 and receive £27 cashback?? 5 lotteries + £17 for free??
Can't you just withdraw your £10 after depositing it?
8 Likes #22
fishmaster
Got to be innit to win it, with odds of 45,057,474 to 1, you'll likely need to be innit a long long long long long long time. Of course some people have won and some people have also been to the Moon, not many mind. In 2014 after 20 years of the lottery it had only created 3,600 millionaires, more than have been to the Moon granted, with a population of 3,600 Congresbury (no I've never heard of it either) is a small village somewhere near Bristol. So you could fit all the millionaire winners in that village, there could well be some very nice tractors in that village, I'll be sure to visit when I win the lottery. Sorry Congresbury I guess you won't be seeing me or any of us very soon.
Those are some nasty nasty stats. I'd spend the money on some anti depressants, I sure need some after this post.

The odds are even worse now on the National Lottery. I think it's something like 95 million to one. I do play though. That £2 ticket gives me a reason to dream - and go check out the houses on rightmove. I bought seven tickets last week and won on three lines. 2 numbers twice and 4 on the other. Not sure what the odds are (a million to one?) and won £93.10 :( Still, my friend's uncle won £22 million back in the day.

When I win, I'll buy you the top deal of the day you miserable git :p
16 Likes #23
Voted hot. Deposited £10, paid for a £10 scratch card, won £25, got another, won £20, got another, won another £20. Withdrew £45.

So if cashback tracks I should be £62 up. Not bad for 10 mins effort.

Thanks OP.
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#25
benjammin316
dgburgess1
The email address you register with national lottery must match your topcashback email address for cashback.
Where does it say that?

In the terms and conditions it states this "Recurrences on the amount of purchases that can be made while earning cashback may be limited." but when the cashback is declined and you submit a missing cashback claim it then states the email addresses must match. Now you've made me think about it I'm going to challenge them as it is a bit misleading.

Edited By: dgburgess1 on Aug 24, 2016 03:18
2 Likes #26
Lottery tickets = gold medal's :p
#27
Wagonwheel
MrBeatnik
Seems to be deposit only? No need to spend? Can withdraw the cash after cashback tracker and get free £27…????
Yes it does check the electoral roll to ensure your age. I'm sceptical if that will be a by-check for unique customer though.
You DO need a new card that isn't already registered though.
Let's see if this truly tracks without spend. Suggests 24 hours to confirm track (but not cash back)...
If you look at the information tab, there are a lot of terms and conditions, one of which states that you have to use the £10 deposited. It also says, rather confusingly and contradictory, that the cashback is £11 rather than £27??
TCB has confirmed the £15 after just deposit (no spend). TCB still showing pending on another £15 which is likely the spend??
#28
micpwelsh
Lottery tickets = gold medal's :p
Why is England football team still so crap - millions of wasted money spent on it,compared to the likes of say the Welsh FA who doesn't get half has much.:|
1 Like #29
MrBeatnik
Wagonwheel
MrBeatnik
Seems to be deposit only? No need to spend? Can withdraw the cash after cashback tracker and get free £27…????
Yes it does check the electoral roll to ensure your age. I'm sceptical if that will be a by-check for unique customer though.
You DO need a new card that isn't already registered though.
Let's see if this truly tracks without spend. Suggests 24 hours to confirm track (but not cash back)...
If you look at the information tab, there are a lot of terms and conditions, one of which states that you have to use the £10 deposited. It also says, rather confusingly and contradictory, that the cashback is £11 rather than £27??
TCB has confirmed the £15 after just deposit (no spend). TCB still showing pending on another £15 which is likely the spend??

Mine is the same - I am confused
15 Likes #30
micpwelsh
Lottery tickets = gold medal's :p

medals.
1 Like #31
Someone once told me the lottery jackpot odds are about the same as walking up to a stranger in the street and guessing their phone number correctly.

However, I've seen Derren Brown live so...fingers crossed.
#32
painstick
Someone once told me the lottery jackpot odds are about the same as walking up to a stranger in the street and guessing their phone number correctly.

However, I've seen Derren Brown live so...fingers crossed.


yours is 07756188612
how did I do, should I be playing the lottery tonight :p
#33
Loadsa money!!!
#34
Do you need to click the link on topcashback then open an account or can you create the account first then go through TCB and deposit the money to play?

Thanks
1 Like #35
just blown £10 on tonight's lottery....tcb has got nothing to say it's tracked.....annoying!
#36
£4M jackpot scratchcard purchased (£10) - won jack-diddly-squat.

Will await £27 with baited breath - many thanks, OP.
#37
Lee5010
Do you need to click the link on topcashback then open an account or can you create the account first then go through TCB and deposit the money to play?

Thanks

Always go through the Cashback site first!
1 Like #38
danny2156
just blown £10 on tonight's lottery....tcb has got nothing to say it's tracked.....annoying!


spoke too soon.....£30 shows pending now.
#39
Has anyone managed to create a second Lottery account to get this?
#40
I created a National Lottery account years ago, but then never deposited any money, registered a credit card or placed a bet.

I wonder if I would be classed as an existing customer, and therefore ineligible?

Desk

Edited By: Desk on Aug 24, 2016 09:14

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