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I have never been a big player of the onlineNational Lottery, come to think of it I have never been a big player of the National Lottery full-stop, until recently. I am a member of quite a few what are called, Cash-Back sites as some of you may have heard of. While recently visiting one of my regular sites I saw that I would get cash-back for signing up and playing the National Lottery online. Quite a few of my family members are regular players of the Lottery and have told me that for the sake of a quid or two a week I should get involved. So I did … and won £10 for matching 3 numbers! Yey for me!The Website:
Anyone can access the site by simply clicking on www.national-lottery.co.uk, although players must be 16 and over. The website is very well set out, in my opinion, and easy to navigate around. It uses the traditional Lottery colours of Red, White and Blue and has the logo in the left hand corner. At the top, there are 7 different tabs you can click on depending on what you are looking for.Home:
Buy Draw Tickets:
This is the tab you would use if you were wanting to purchase your draw tickets. Once you have clicked on the tab a menu of different games available for you to play is shown. There are the obvious one such as Lotto (£1 per line), Euro Millions (£1.50 per line) and Thunderball (Win up to £250,000). There are also 3 other available options, which you may not be so familiar with.
Dream Number is a new game where you can win up to £500,000. It can be played alongside Lotto or by itself. You are given a 7-digit Dream Number shown on the Lotto play slip that you can play or you can pick Lucky Dip for a new random number. To win you must match the digits drawn in the same order as your Dream Number, reading from left to right, and starting with the first digit.
Daily Play is basically a miniature version of Lotto, drawn everyday, where you pick 7 numbers between 1-27 and have the chance at winning up to £30,000.
Lotto Hot picks is again similar to Lotto. Basically the difference is that you decide how many numbers you want to pick and choose the appropriate 'Pick' game. For example, if you play 'Pick 3', you need to pick 3 numbers and match all 3 to win.
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