People’s Postcode Lottery

The People’s Postcode Lottery is a charity lottery game played in the United Kingdom. It was launched in 2005 and is operated by Novamedia, a private company that is licensed to run charity lotteries in the UK.

In the People’s Postcode Lottery, players enter their postcode (i.e., postal code) and choose to play one or more of the available games. Each game costs £10 per month to play, and players can choose to play multiple games if they wish. The games are:

  • Daily Prize: Players have the chance to win a cash prize every day, with a top prize of £1,000.
  • Dream Holiday: Players can win a holiday to a destination of their choice, worth up to £10,000.
  • Street Prize: Players can win a cash prize if their postcode is drawn in the Street Prize draw, with a top prize of £30,000.
  • Postcode Millions: Players can win a share of a £3 million prize if their postcode is drawn in the Postcode Millions draw.

The People’s Postcode Lottery is a charity lottery, which means that a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales go to charitable causes. The lottery has raised millions of pounds for good causes, including health, animal welfare, and environmental organizations.

In addition to the main games, the People’s Postcode Lottery also offers special promotions and draws, such as the Postcode Millions Superdraw, which offers a larger prize of £3 million.

The People’s Postcode Lottery has been very popular in the UK, with millions of people participating in the game each month. It has received positive reviews for its charitable focus and the ease of playing, as well as the opportunity to win cash prizes and holidays. However, like all forms of gambling, it is important to play responsibly and within one’s means.