The Million Pound Lottery tickets are on sale across the Island, and for the first time sold in store by our charity partner de Gruchy. We are encouraging syndicates to get organised now and for everyone to buy their tickets soon, as tickets are selling out fast.
The Million Pound Lottery raises £500,000 towards the annual running costs of Jersey Hospice Care of £5.3 million. A total of £1,300,000 will be given away in prize money, with £1 million 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.
The 6,000 tickets, priced at £300 each, are available from :
- de Gruchy, King Street, St Helier (Monday to Saturday between 10.00 and 16.00)
- Reception at Jersey Hospice Care (Monday to Friday between 09.00 and 17.00)
Payment for tickets can be made by cash, cheque and debit card only. Please note, tickets must be bought in person and cannot be posted anywhere. Purchasers must be aged over 18 years old.
The early bird prize draw was drawn at de Gruchy on Thursday 15 June. Congratulations to the holder of winning ticket number 2263 – you’ve won £1,000 in de Gruchy vouchers!
It is recommended that you download and complete the syndicate agreement if more than two of you are buying a ticket.
A total of £1.3 million in prize money will be given away, with £1 million as first prize, followed by £100,000, £75,000, £50,000, £25,000 and five prizes of £10,000.
The balls will be drawn by a selection of local people, some of whom have very close connections with the charity.
The draw for the top prize will broadcast live on ITV Channel TV. Within their programme will be a very special film from Jersey Hospice Care. The results will be published on our social media pages (Facebook.com/JerseyHospiceCare and Twitter.com/JerseyHospice) and right here.
Entry to the live draw at the Royal Yacht Hotel is free to the public, who are all invited to come along. As well as enjoying the excitement of the live draw, those going along will be entertained by local singers. A DJ will follow the draw, for those wanting to stay behind and celebrate.