Lotto Fans Benefit from Valentine’s Day Treats
Last Updated: Wednesday 17th February 2016, 10:12 am
Lotto fans are being offered Valentine’s Day treats in a scheme devised by National Lottery organisers Camelot. The move was designed to reward Lotto players, lavishing them with a delight that could be enjoyed with a loved one.
Lottery officials had been spreading the lovely news via leaflets and emails and took to Twitter to publicise the offer. The gifts included £5 off flowers, discounted meals for two at select pubs and restaurants, magazine subscriptions and a two-day pass for two at Fitness First gyms. For any players with tickets dated between 13th December 2015 and 13th February 2016, it’s not too late to claim your reward!
While some news sources have argued that the move is little more than an attempt to grab players’ attention after changes to the game’s matrix, these claims have already been proved false, as the jackpot has been claimed six times since the extra numbers were introduced, the most recent coming last Saturday. In that time, fans have witnessed the Lotto jackpot soar to record-breaking heights as a top prize of over £66 million was up for grabs on Saturday 9th January, with the prize shared between two lucky ticket holders.
Tonight’s jackpot is an estimated £2.2 million and while there are no Valentine’s Day treats on offer this time, players are in with a chance of scooping a truly life-changing amount of money. Simply head online or to any authorised retailer in the UK to purchase a ticket. Good luck!