Play Age UK’s Weekly Lottery and you have a chance to win £2,000 every week or £25,000 every quarter.
For just £1 a week, you'll have 1,000 chances of winning a weekly cash prize. You could walk away with £2,000, £250, £150, £100, £50 or £10 in our weekly draw and also be automatically entered into our Quarterly Superdraws with a fantastic top prize of £25,000.
It only costs £1 to enter. You also have the satisfaction of knowing you’re supporting Age UK’s charitable work making later life a better life.
You must be aged 16 or over. To play you can enter online and pay by monthly Direct Debit. Or call free on 0800 849 6070 to pay by cheque or postal order. Lines are open Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm.
You can choose 1 or 2 entries per week and we will send you a unique lottery number for each entry. Every week a random number generator will select 1,000 numbers. Prizes will be awarded in the order they are drawn. Click here for a list of our great prizes.
You will then receive confirmation of your entry within 14 days of receipt.
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If you need help, please call our Lottery helpline on 0800 849 6070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Age UK Weekly Lottery is promoted and administered by Age UK Enterprises Limited, a member of the Age UK Group. Responsible Person: Gordon Morris (Managing Director, Age UK Enterprises). £1 per entry. Must be 16 or over to play. Age UK Enterprises is licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission. License number 004887. Website: www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk.
Age UK Enterprises, part of the Age UK Group, is the commercial arm of Age UK (registered charity number 1128267) and donates its net profits to Age UK. Age UK is a registered trademark. The use of the name and logo ‘Age UK’ is done under licence agreement between Age UK and Age UK Enterprises Limited. Age UK Enterprises Limited, Tavis House, 1–6 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9NA. Registered in England number 3156459. The Age UK Group comprises the Charity, its group of companies and national partners (Age Cymru, Age Scotland and Age NI).
Are you gambling more than you really want to? If you feel you have a problem with gambling please visit Gamble Aware’s website for help and advice at www.gambleaware.co.uk, or contact the GamCare National Helpline between 8am and midnight on 0808 8020 133.
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