Free Lucky Lottery Review
Register and pick four numbers - then return daily to see if your combination has won. The pot starts at £10 and increases by £1, up to a maximum of £52, each day it's not claimed. Just over 12,000 players.
Featured Prizes: Up To £52
Did You Know: Earn Loyalty Points Each Time You Visit
Found by Stephen Gilmour in 2016, Free Lucky Lottery is a numbers based prize draw. Each day a four digit number is selected and if your entry matches that number then you can claim a win. The site differs in approach from many others by limiting the number selections. There are only 10,000 possible combinations available so this means that the maximum odds of winning are fixed no matter how many players sign up.
How To Play
To take part in the Free Lucky Lottery you need to be registered. Registering is easy! Simply enter your email address plus your 4 digit lucky number. You'll be required to verify your account to be included in future draws. After that it's simply a case of logging in daily to check the latest results. A new four digit number is chosen at midday and the prize must be claimed. If it isn't claimed then the prize fund increases by 50p up to a maximum of £52.
Results for previous draws are shown on the site although these only cover the last four months. In that time only two wins have been claimed which in monetary terms means that Free Lucky Lottery has paid out just £75 in that period. As well as the main draw there's also a monthly prize draw where you have the chance to win £10. Earn entries for this draw by referring players. Note that this is a prize draw so everyone referring has a chance to win. Finally players can earn daily loyalty points by logging in, playing a coin flip and/or dice game. These points earn you entries for a special Christmas Mega Draw in December.
The site claims that it is a support of charity including Cancer Research UK, Macmillan Cancer Support and The NSPCC. These are good causes although there's no details of any donations made or indication of how much is donated. We're not suggesting Free Lucky Lottery isn't supporting these causes but it would be nice to see some level of transparency so visitors can see where the funds are going.
Another thing we're unclear on is whether all 10,000 possible numbers are in the draw or whether it's only numbers that have been chosen. We suspect it's the former based on the fact that the site has paid out just £75 in four months to only two winners. If only entered numbers are in the draw then we'd expect to see more winner. It'd be interesting to see full history stats to discover just how many people have won.
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