Support Unicef with the
People's Postcode Lottery

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Our Lottery

Unicef UK operates its own society lottery licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission. The lottery is promoted and managed by People’s Postcode Lottery.

You can take part for a monthly subscription of just £10 – and a minimum of 31% of all funds supports Unicef’s work to protect children in danger around the world.

Watch the video to find out how it works. To play and help Unicef UK, visit postcodelottery.co.uk or call 0808 1098765.

What can you win?

  • In 2017, there are Postcode Millions draws every month.
  • Every weekday tickets in five postcodes can win a £1,000 prize.
  • For the “Saturday Street Prize”, you win £25,000 for every ticket you play with.
  • Every Sunday, your ticket can win £100, £50, £20 or £10.
  • There are monthly car and £5,000 holiday prizes.

Unicef UK is regulated by the Gambling Commission under licences: 000-048996-N-326929-001 and 000-048996-R-326928-001. People’s Postcode Lottery manages multiple society lotteries promoted by different charities.

For details of each week’s society lottery visit: www.postcodelottery.co.uk/society. Players must be 16 years or over. Only available to play with postcodes in England, Scotland and Wales. Not available in NI. Conditions apply.

Ticket price is £10 for 10 draws paid monthly in advance, a minimum of 30% goes to charities. For a full list of prizes visit www.postcodelottery.co.uk/prizes.

Maximum ticket prize is 10% of draw proceeds up to £400,000. Postcode Lottery Ltd is regulated by the Gambling Commission under licences 000-000829-N-102511-011 and 000-000829-R-102513-010.

Registered office: Postcode Lottery Ltd, Titchfield House, 69/85 Tabernacle Street, London, EC2A 4RR. Company reg. no. 04862732. VAT reg. no 848 3165 07.

See our Lottery policies: Self-Exclusion, Social ResponsibilityComplaints.

GambleAware is an independent charity tasked to fund research, education and treatment services to help minimise gambling-related harm in Great Britain. For more details visit begambleaware.org.