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Myeloma UK lottery

Do you want the chance to win £25,000 every week and help support the myeloma community at the same time?

The Myeloma UK Lottery is a fun and easy way to help support everyone affected by myeloma, while being in with a chance to win!

For just £1 per week you could win an amazing top prize of £25,000, with further prizes of £1,000, £25 or five free entries to the next draw.

Playing the lottery helps to fund vital new research, provide essential services and advocate for everyone affected by myeloma. Join the hundreds of others who play each week to make an impact for the myeloma community.

How does it work?

You can play for as little as £1 per week and 50p of every ticket you buy comes straight to Myeloma UK to support our work. A minimum of 50% of the total lottery proceeds are spent on supporting the work carried out by Myeloma UK, 18.4% on prizes and 31.6% on the running cost and administration of the lottery.

For just £1 per week you will be allocated a unique six-digit lottery number, which will remain yours for as long as you wish to keep playing. You can purchase up to 20 entries a week.

Every week, the lucky winners are selected at random and prize cheques issued and posted directly to you, so there is no need for you to claim. Winners have to match 3, 4 5 or all 6 digits of the winning number in the correct place in the sequence. For more information on how winners are selected click the link –

The likelihood of an individual winning a prize through Myeloma UK Lottery is 1 in 63. You can find a detailed breakdown of the odds at this link –

Players must be resident in Great Britain and be over the age of 18. Underage gambling is an offence. Lottery tickets must not be sold to or by persons under the age of 18 years old.

Please gamble responsibly:

Richard Bunning won £1,000

Richard won £1,000 and told us of his ‘delight and surprise’ when he found out.

It was thrilling to win a prize in the lottery, but for him, it always comes back to why he plays:

“The reason for joining is to help mitigate the effects of the disease and ultimately find a cure. That will be the real payoff of the lottery.”

Christmas e-vouchers

Why not buy a Lottery E-Voucher for a loved one as a gift this Christmas?

Our Myeloma UK Lottery is a fun way to help everyone affected by myeloma. For the equivalent of £1 per a week, you could give your friends and family the chance to win £25,000 whilst supporting Myeloma UK. You can buy vouchers for 10, 20, 30 or 50 draws.

Myeloma UK Lottery is provided by:

The Unity Lottery

Unity is operated by Sterling Management Centre Ltd, registered as an External Lottery Manager by the Gambling Commission under the Gambling Act 2005 –

Myeloma UK has been registered by the City of Edinburgh Licensing Board in terms of Part 5 of Schedule 11 to the Gambling Act 2005 for the purpose of promoting lotteries as defined by Section 14 of that Act.

Terms and Conditions

Myeloma UK Lottery is licensed and regulated in Great Britain. The licence issued by the City of Edinburgh Licensing Board.

Unity is a common brand lottery jointly promoted by Sterling Management Centre Limited and individual society lotteries. Each Lottery operated under Unity is a separate licensed lottery, operated by and supporting that particular good cause. Unity is administered by Sterling Management Centre Limited, licensed and regulated in Great Britain by The Gambling Commission under account number 3137.

£1 per entry. You must be 18 or over and live in Great Britain to play or claim a prize. Underage gambling is an offence. All proceeds to Myeloma UK. For each £1 raised through Myeloma UK Lottery, Myeloma UK receives proceeds of 50p (50%). 18.4% is spent on prizes and 31.6% is spent on the administration of the lottery. Unity is a fixed odds lottery based on a number match and each player has a 1 in 63 chance of winning any of the four prizes! Terms and conditions apply. Visit for full game rules.

Please gamble responsibly:

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