What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £2 for four Health Lottery tickets (50% off)
£5 for ten Health Lottery tickets (50% off)
- Monthly Mega Raffle - £250,000
- Match five numbers - win up to £25,000
- Match four numbers and the Bonus Ball - win £10,000
- Match four numbers - win £250
- Match three numbers and the Bonus Ball - win £50
- Match three numbers - win £10
- Match two numbers and the Bonus Ball - win £5
- Match two numbers - win one free ticket
Match one number and the Bonus Ball - win one free ticket
Top prize is a minimum of £25,000 or equal to 10% of total ticket sales, capped at £100,000; the greater value applies. It will be divided equally if there is more than one jackpot winner.
Your £1 Tickets automatically enters you into a month Mega Raffle with £250,000 guaranteed.
- See full Terms and Conditions
The Fine Print
Expires 8 Feb 2019. Limit 1 per person. Redemption required online on http://www.healthlottery.co.uk, create or set up an account and provide Groupon codes. No cancellations. Valid for Great Britain residents aged 16 or older. Not valid for NI residents. Not valid for the employees of The Health Lottery and the Gambling Commission, their immediate families living at the same address, certain contractors of Health Lottery as well as anyone else professionally connected with the promotion. Players are required to add debit or credit card details to their account in order to claim any prizes. Read full Terms and Conditions here. Only valid online. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. Excludes QuickWin and Instant Win Games. Valid for option purchased only. Verified using our merchant's website on 19 Dec 2018.
About The Health Lottery
The Health Lottery is an independent UK lottery. They manage and operate society lotteries on behalf of 12 Community Interest Companies. Each CIC is licensed by the Gambling Commission and represents a different region of Great Britain. The 12 individual lotteries operate on a monthly rotation so that every area in England, Scotland and Wales gets a share of the funds raised. All are run for the purpose of tackling health inequalities in their respective regions.