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A chance to become a millionaire

A chance to become a millionaire

Sunday 12 May 2019

A chance to become a millionaire

It's that time of year again when islanders start to dream of what they'd do if they were given a significant cash boost... Tickets for the Million Pound Lottery go on sale tomorrow.

Funds from the lottery, which could turn one lucky islander into a millionaire, go towards the essential running costs of palliative care charity Jersey Hospice.

Tickets go on sale on 13 May and £1.3 million in prize money will be given away at the live draw in September.

£1 million will be the top prize, followed by prizes of £100,000, £75,000, £50,000, £25,000 and five prizes of £10,000.


Pictured: The sums of money up for grabs have been described as potentially "life-changing".

The Million Pound Lottery tickets, which cost £300 each, will be sold in De Gruchy and NatWest's Les Quennevais branch. Islanders will also be able to buy them from the Reception at Jersey Hospice Care.

Once again, as well as hosting sales of the tickets, De Gruchy is sponsoring an early bird prize draw, giving away an in-store gift card worth £1,000 to someone who purchases their Million Pound Lottery ticket before Friday 28 June.

Jersey Hospice Care’s Chairman, Julie Coward, said: "It’s wonderful to be able to offer someone in our community a chance to win a potentially life-changing amount of money."

De Gruchy's

Pictured: De Gruchy are selling tickets and will be doing an early bird draw.

She added: "Remember to buy your tickets early though as last year, they sold out in ten weeks.

"Our thanks go to De Gruchy and NatWest for hosting us this year and to all the volunteers who help sell tickets and donate their time to this event."

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