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Health Lottery Launches Instant Wins

Health Lottery Launches Instant Wins

The Health Lottery has launched its own range of online Instant Win games that give players the chance to win up to £10,000 for just £1. The initial range consists of five games, and each one of them raises money for health-related good causes, just like the draw-based games that take place every Wednesday and Saturday. All of the Health Lottery Instant Win games can be tried for free (for fun only) or played for real cash prizes.

This move is being seen by many as another effort by the Health Lottery to compete on a more direct footing with the National Lottery. Originally there was just one Health Lottery draw every Saturday, but Wednesday draws were introduced in October 2012, giving players two draws a week to participate in – just like the Lotto game, for the very same cost per entry and on the very same nights.

Anyone who watches the Health Lottery television broadcasts will have noticed that for the last few months it has stressed the fact that tickets will continue to be priced at just £1 each. That is because the cost of a single Lotto entry is set to increase to £2 in October. The Lotto price increase will include a free entry to a new Lotto Raffle game that will work in a similar way to the Millionaire Raffle game, but when the change takes place a Health Lottery ticket will cost half as much as a Lotto ticket, and that could make the Health Lottery even more popular than it is already.

Now that the Health Lottery has launched its own range of Instant Win games, players have even more choice about where they go for their lottery thrills. Although the National Lottery boasts a bigger and more varied range of instant win games, the new Health Lottery range brings a fresh batch of entertaining games into the mix, and that can only be good news for online scratch card players who appreciate diversity.

Written by Tony Sharpe

Tuesday 30th July 2013

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