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What is a lottery syndicate?

A lottery syndicate is a group of people who join together to buy more lottery tickets thus increasing the chances of winning.

Are lottery syndicates legal?

Yes, lottery syndicates are legal and also encouraged by the National Lottery. Such playing systems make it easy for you to keep taking part in lottery games while keeping the cost at a minimum. Also, you are spared from spending any of your time on playing; all the work of buying and checking the tickets is done by the syndicate manager so all you have to do and sit back and watch the money roll in.

Why should I join your lottery syndicates?

Our system allows you to play more combinations without having to spend your money and time on buying the lottery tickets yourself. Also, joining our lottery syndicates will not only give you improved odds of winning but also cost you less in the long run; we often win multiple times in a draw which means we get to regain our expenses.

How are the tickets bought and how can I be sure they have actually been purchased?

Tickets are bought online on the National Lottery website on the day of each draw. Copies of each ticket are posted on the website as soon as the tickets have been purchased and an email notification is also sent to each participating member.

Is there a syndicate agreement?

Of course, a formal document to help ensure that everything runs smoothly has been written for all syndicates. Link to download the most recent document are posted on Splitwise together with the tickets on each draw.

How do I join a syndicate?

Joining via the website is a quick, convenient, and secure way to join us; all you have to do is click on the blue “Join” button at the bottom of any upcoming syndicate.

What happens with the winnings?

All prizes are equally shared between the participating members.

Find out all you need to know about EuroMillions and the UK Millionaire Maker on the National Lottery website.

Find out all you need to know about Lotto on the National Lottery website.

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