Entering The Prize Draw
You can enter as many times as you like. There is no upper limit. Please enter responsibly though and if purchasing ticket(s) only spend what you can comfortably afford. The more entries you make, the more chances you have of winning!
You may purchase an entry ticket using your Mac/PC/Laptop online or by tapping the Click Here to Buy Tickets button located at the bottom of your mobile device, mobile phone or tablet screen. Look for the Shopping Trolley symbol.
Each Prize Draw will be drawn when 150,000 tickets are sold. This creates the Prize Draw Fund. If no postal draw entries are received, your odds of winning the £200,000 Prize Draw with just a single purchased ticket entry are 150,000 : 1.
Should a player decide to buy 5 tickets, the odds are just 30,000 : 1.
When Property Lotto runs a 6 ticket for the price of 5 promotion odds are just 25,000 : 1
As a comparison:
The odds of winning the National Lottery Jackpot are 45,057,474 : 1
[we still love the National Lottery and others though, because like us they support good causes]
Enter the Property Lotto Prize Draw by buying ticket(s) on this page or by a Postal entry. Click here for postal entry details or read them at the bottom of this page.
The Prize Draw's Closing Date is based on each batch of 150,000 tickets being completely sold. The Prize Draw will be broadcast live and recorded. The selling of tickets creates the Prize Draw Fund.
Enter the Prize Draw by Post
Send your entry on a postcard to:
Property Lotto, 121 Cathedral Road Cardiff CF11 9PH
Your entry must include; your name, address, email address (if you have one), telephone number and indicate which
Prize Draw you wish your card to be entered in to: £200,000, £500,000 or £1,000,000. One Prize Draw per postcard.
If an entry value is not clearly shown you will be entered in to a £200,000 prize draw.
The Prize Draw's Closing Date is based on each batch of 150,000 tickets being completely sold.
The Prize Draw will be broadcast live and recorded. The selling of tickets creates the Prize Draw Fund.