Lottery Winning Tips
Don't think lucky. Think smart. Some of these tips may seem obvious at first sight, but I bet you've made some of these common mistakes at one time or another.
- You've got to be in it to win it - not much of a secret maybe, but it's amazing how many people forget to enter, arrive at the terminal too late, go on holiday, or it's too cold to go out - and a whole host of other reasons. The best way to ensure continuity of entries is to join an automated system.
- Make sure you claim all your winnings, even the smallest. You wouldn't believe how many winners fail to claim even the smallest of wins, but they do, and doesn't your heart just ache when you hear about the thousands of pounds and dollars that go unclaimed. What was the story behind it? Did the dog eat the ticket, was it lost? Imagine the heart-ache of knowing your regular set of numbers was the winner, but you couldn't find the ticket. Again, a centralised automated system will do all this for you.
- Choose your numbers carefully - on this website you'll find a free article on the secrets of choosing your Lottery numbers.
- To maximise your winnings - you need to maximise the number of lines you buy. But this needn't be as expensive as you'd first think.
- The most economical way to maximise your number of lines is in a syndicate. But it's got to be the right syndicate! It's a common misconception that playing in a syndicate will reduce your winnings because they're shared out. In the syndicate I joined, you will always win more than if you were playing alone!
- Running a syndicate is hard work if you "do-it-yourself". Finding enough members to have a significantly better chance of winning, chasing them for money every week, replacing drop-outs, buying tickets, and dividing the winnings. Save yourself this hassle - automate it!
- Spread your net wider - syndicates can have a 702% better chance of winning the UK National Lotto Jackpot - and an amazing 3,600% better chance of winning the EuroMillions Jackpot. If you're not regularly entering BOTH, you're missing out.
Food for thought? But that's just the beginning ...