Free entry into EuroMillions/Lotto

Came across this deal to play in the EuroMillions for free.

You get 1 free line in the National Lottery or EuroMillion.

To get a better deal wait till a Euromillions draw (Tuesday or Friday) and enter then. and I suppose wait for a big rollover.

You dont get a physical ticket, you get a text message with the lottery line from LottoByText.

Don't be disappointed if you're winnings are shared though. You get put into a lottery syndicate.

I've checked it out and it's non-subscription and requires no spend.


  • smeethsmeeth Forumite
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    As a visitor to this site, you are required to acknowledge that you have read, understand and agree to be bound by this disclaimer. The service will cost £1.50 per draw. Therefore if you register to the Saturday/Wednesday Lotto it will be £3.00 per week, and if you register to the Saturday/Wednesday Lotto and Friday EuroMillions lottery it will £4.50 per week.

    This is a subscription service. To unsubscribe as a text registered customer simply reply STOP to 85200.

    Doesn't sound very free to me, don't be surprised if you get charged for the text!
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    Thank you to all those who post competitions!:beer:
  • thanks for finding that smeeth

    I called up and they said the 1 free line is a special promotion. They usual charge with the 4.50 subscription. thats why it says it in the terms.

    She said the terms on the home page state it correctly.

    This is not a subscription service. You will receive your Free Lotto/EuroMillions line in the next available lottery draw. Tickets are purchased from Camelot Lotteries but we are not affiliated to them.

    They need to update there main terms though.
  • thanks, it worked!
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