Million Pound Lottery – tickets go on sale soon

WHEN: 13 May, 2019

WHERE: de Gruchy department store, Nat West's St Brelade and Jersey Hospice Care

COST: tickets cost £300

About the event

Start forming your syndicates - tickets on sale soon

One lucky islander, or a syndicate, will be a million pounds richer if they get hold of a winning ticket in this year’s Jersey Hospice Care Million Pound Lottery.

Tickets for our biggest fundraiser of the year will go on sale on Monday 13 May and £1.3 million in prize money will be given away at the exciting live draw in September.

A total of £1,300,000 will be given away in prize money, with one million pounds given away as the first prize, followed by prizes of £100,000, £75,000, £50,000, £25,000 and five prizes of £10,000 to lucky ticket holders.

Early Bird Prize Draw

Once again, as well as hosting sales of the tickets, de Gruchy is very generously sponsoring an early bird prize draw, giving away an in-store gift card worth £1,000 to someone who purchases their Million Pound Lottery ticket before Friday 28 June.

The tickets are £300 each and will be available from de Gruchy, King Street, St Helier (Monday to Saturday between 10:00 and 16:00) and NatWest, Les Quennevais, St Brelade (weekdays from 13 to 24 May only, from 10:00 to 14:00).

Islanders will also be able to buy them from the Reception at Jersey Hospice Care (Monday to Friday between 08.00 and 20.00).

Payment for tickets can be made by cash, cheque and debit card and purchasers must be aged over 18 years old and buy the tickets in person.

Live Draw

This year’s live draw will take place on Friday 6 September at The Royal Yacht Hotel. Everyone is welcome to come along to watch the balls being drawn for the winning numbers. The event will be filmed live by ITV Channel TV.

Further information on the live draw, including details of our ‘Ball Drawers’, will be announced nearer the time.

Once all the tickets are sold, we will have raised an amazing £800,000. This would cover the costs to run our In Patient Unit for three months, enabling us to care for people with a life limiting illness seeking respite, symptom management or for end of life care.