The Health Lottery had added new games in it's continued bid to get bigger and better. They've launched a Quick Pick game which will play every Tuesday and Friday. The great thing about this particular lottery is that tickets will only cost you 50p - a quarter of the price of a National Lottery ticket.
To play Health Lottery Quick Picks you just need to buy a ticket - 5 numbers between 1 and 50 will then be randomly selected for you. To win the jackpot prize of £250,000 you will need to match all five numbers. There's no bonus ball in this game but The Health Lottery claim that 1 in 14 tickets will win! The prize breakdown is as follows:
- Match 5 numbers and win £25,000.
- Match 4 numbers and win £100.
- Match 3 numbers and win £10.
- Match 2 numbers and win £1.
Quick Picks tickets can be bought from the usual outlets plus you can purchase tickets online. Results of the lottery games can also be found online. In the results section you can also check number frequency as well as enter your numbers to see if you're a winner.
The addition of Quick Picks means that The Health Lottery can now be played four times a week. The new game joins a selection of scratchcards that can be played under the Health Lottery umbrella plus there are instant win and bingo games online too. Surprisingly the bingo isn't that popular with very few players in the rooms and only 60 likes on their Facebook page.
Whilst bingo may not work so well for The Health Lottery, the arrival of Quick Picks should boost player interest. At just 50p a ticket it's a cheaper alternative to the more expensive games out there. If it does prove popular then that can only be good news for the good causes supported by the game - remember 20p from every £1 spent is donated to a selection of worthy causes.
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