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    • bingo bango
    • By bingo bango 28th Sep 12, 4:28 PM
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    bingo bango
    Free postcode lottery *******
    • #1
    • 28th Sep 12, 4:28 PM
    Free postcode lottery ******* 28th Sep 12 at 4:28 PM
    Today is a local one. BT69 6AW and it's £40.

    Ring any bells with anyone here?

    EDIT: There are still a number of people asking (March 2016) what the Free Postcode Lottery is. This is a site which began as a one man operation out of a bedroom, offering a chance of free money for those adding their postcode to the database. It is now a substantially larger site, but still adheres to the same free to play principles. Some FAQ for those wanting to know more.

    1. There is no cost for playing.
    2. To sign up, you add your postcode and an email address. No other details are required.
    3. You need to check the site each day for the different draws to see if your postcode is one of those chosen.
    4. There is a bonus earned for each visit (currently 1p per day). This is also paid as part of the prize.
    5. Only the postcodes entered are in the draw. It does not simply include ALL UK postcodes.
    6. Additional parts of the site can offer extra bonuses for completing surveys.
    7. Average prizes at the moment seem to be around £400-600 for the main draw (depends on whether or not previous draws have been claimed).
    8. The site address is www.freepostcodelottery.com and this is not a referral link.
    9. If you haven't joined the site, then you cannot win.
    10. I am not Chris.
    Last edited by bingo bango; 25-03-2016 at 11:09 AM. Reason: Added some info on the site.
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    • lauraland
    • By lauraland 9th Mar 17, 2:41 PM
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    lauraland
    BT14 6BL - Stackpot £10
    I got ham but i'm not a hamster.....
    • D.A.
    • By D.A. 9th Mar 17, 7:38 PM
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    D.A.
    BT62 2DN in the mini draw at the bottom of the page also.
    • D.A.
    • By D.A. 18th Mar 17, 10:49 PM
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    D.A.
    I notice we had a couple of potential big winners in the Survey Draw this week, neither of whom claimed the prize. And someone has won and claimed the mini draw today.
    • chunter
    • By chunter 20th Mar 17, 5:29 PM
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    chunter
    All these are unclaimed NI prizes

    From the Survey draw
    17 Mar 2017 BT40 3JD £600
    16 Mar 2017 BT6 0BZ £450
    17 Jan 2017 BT36 8EW £150
    19 Oct 2016 BT41 3RY £150
    8 Aug 2016 BT36 7QQ £150
    8 Jul 2016 BT11 8FZ £150

    BT37 0NA - £10 in the stackpot
    BT4 3JQ - £10 in the stackpot

    Main draw
    25 Dec 2016 BT43 6EL £900
    3 Sep 2016 BT36 5BD £300

    Video draw
    20 Mar 2017 BT57 8RG £140
    23 Jan 2017 BT71 7GY £280
    10 Jan 2017 BT48 0AB £20
    24 Nov 2016 BT71 4SA £40
    4 Aug 2016 BT36 7TU £240

    Bonus Draw
    19 Jan 2017 BT38 7EW £20
    16 Dec 2016 BT6 8JL £20
    15 Dec 2016 BT80 9XT £5
    28 Nov 2016 BT74 6HB £20
    10 Nov 2016 BT47 2EP £20
    2 Sep 2016 BT27 5TJ £30
    • guiriman
    • By guiriman 20th Mar 17, 10:24 PM
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    guiriman
    Gotta be honest, I only check the main draw and stackpot as a matter of course (and sometimes the mini draw). A couple of BT6s there, just not mine Bonus is now up to £10.16, once I got past 900 I think fatigue with checking kinda kicked in.
    • guiriman
    • By guiriman 24th Mar 17, 9:43 AM
    • 319 Posts
    • 187 Thanks
    guiriman
    Stackpot today:
    BT35 7JE
    BT49 0LB
    BT61 7JR
    BT28 1YN
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