The draw takes place every week and there can be 4 or 5 draws
per month depending on where the
dates fall within a calendar month.
If you do not have enough credit at the time of a draw,
your number will not be entered.
To help prevent you missing out on any draws in a 5 week
month we take an extra
£0 per entry each month.
This extra £0 per entry is built up to a full
cover instances when there are 5 draws in a month.
How does payroll payment work?
If your organisation is listed in the drop-down box, you can pay for your tickets out of your monthly salary. On the 15th of every Month a payroll deduction report is sent to the company’s payroll department. Payroll then deducts the amount off your salary pre-tax. If you enter after the 15th of the month you will be entered into the following months draw. For example, if you enter on the 16th of May your entry into the lottery won’t be until the June draw with your first payment taken out in your June payday.
Payroll Unique ID
*if you don’t know your work payroll ID put your National Insurance number in here. We need this because many payrolls have people with the same name and often staff don’t update their address details with work.