9/15/2016

Take part in our syndicate & win with us - Competition



We all dream about winning big, the jackpot! We imagine what we'd do with all the money, where we would go and how we would feel. I've always thought I'd give my house to my Mum and pack up and move to Majorca! I'd live next to the beach and have the most incredible life with my family. Then I snap out of it and realise, I'm in dull and dreary Lancashire! I don't gamble very often but I do enter competitions and the principles are just the same, you've got to be in it to win it and someone has got to win!

What is Lottoland and how does it work?
Lottoland is a fun and easy to use website where you can place bet online. There are your regular Lotto draws to take part in but there are also lots of different games to play too. When it comes to Lotto what happens is the website makes bets on official Lottery draws such as Euromillions, Irish Lotto and Powerball for example. It's a way to play different lotteries from across the world. If your numbers come up, you win and the payments are made directly from Lottoland. 

Take part and WIN

In collaboration with Lottoland we've created a syndicate where my readers are welcome to take part! If I win, I share with winnings with you! All you need to do is simply enter below! Good luck!

Lottoland Syndicate Winnings


Terms and Conditions
The competition ends 25/09/16.
This post is in collaboration with Lottoland.
Winnings will only be shared if we win over a certain amount so that entrants would receive a substantial share and not pennies.



109 comments:

  1. I would buy a house, would love to own our home that we could transform into something that represents us.

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  2. I'd buy my mum a house.. She's always wanted to own her own house and not have to worry about rent and stuff!

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  3. I would have to buy myself a home but also one for my daughter too 💟

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  4. pay off my mortgage - then go on a long holiday

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  5. I would have our little flat redone, so it's suitable for both me and my husband, who are both disabled. Would be lovely to have a bathroom suited for our needs :)

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  6. I would buy an apartment in San Francisco!

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  7. The first thing I would buy is a house with a garden for my children.

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  8. I would buy myself VW camper van and hit the road !

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  9. I would buy myself VW camper van and hit the road !

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  10. I would finally pay off the last bit off my credit card and have a no more debt celebration party (frugally of course haha).

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  11. I would love a car, we have not been able to afford one for 6 years so it would be lovely to have this luxury again :)

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  12. A piece of land to live the good life on :-)

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  13. Probably a Home to Retire. Somewhere I can live Securely, Safely, Comfortably, Happily etc. Therefore there would NEED to be Resources nearby to assist me with Activities of Daily Living; Quality of Life :- Physical, Social, Emotional, Psychological, Mental etc, etc.

    Quality of Life is important for Everyone. It is just SAD that the British Government does not aim to provide that for each individual. As it is only with appropriate OPPORTUNITIES that individuals can reach their POTENTIAL.

    Royalty are given a position for Life, financed via the British Taxpayers for Life. They can choose Employment. They can enter Armed Services, stay sufficient time to be entitled to Army / Services Pension. Seem to leave, yet keep uniform, have medals :- Who paid for their medals. I hope the medals are not paid for via Public Funds. As I have been told that other officers etc have to pay / finance their own. OPEN! HONEST! TRANSPARENT. Seems there is a need for more of that in regards to Royals, Celebrities, Rich, Super- Rich etc.

    I would like to see a Happier Healthier Britain. Less Poverty, more Employment etc, etc.



    Rachel Craig

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  14. Ooh. Tough question. So many possibilities. But if you're talking something big, I reckon a new car -- maybe a Tesla. Always wanted one of them, but never gonna actually be able to afford one.

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  15. a lovely little cornish cottage x

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  16. A proper family home where we'd have apt amount of space for the kids to play and grow ❤️

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  17. I would put funds towards securing a home for myself and my family

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  18. A bathroom suitable for my disability.

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  19. A bathroom suitable for my disability.

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  20. I would buy a house in a warmer country. I live in Scotland and cant stand the cold.

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  21. A nice 4 bed house where I could convert a library :) xx

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  22. A lovely house for me and my husband (and future family)

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  23. If I was to win big I would send my mum & dad off on a luxury holiday for all that they have done for us :)

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  24. A house/flat in London so I can stop renting. It would have to be a big win!

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  25. save it for school fees and uni fees for my two daughters

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  26. I would buy my first home

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  27. I would buy a nice house for my family x

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  28. If I had enough I'd buy a house.

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  29. the first thing i would buy would be a nice 5 bedroomed house, we have 5 children and 2 adults in a small 3 bed :-/

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  30. I would first pay off my over draft and student loans!

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  31. A family home with land to expand, an investment for my children. 😊

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  32. Id buy a lovely big house with lots of rooms so we all have our own space

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  33. I Would Buy A Home In The Country Full Of Animals Less Of People ;)

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  34. Would travel to USA to see my darling Grandson moreoften, who has had cancer 3 separate times and is now only five x

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  35. A new kitchen

    trevor linvell

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  36. I would love a grand designs house so I would buy a plot of land!

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  37. A mobility scooter

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  38. I would put a deposit down on a house to secure my future

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  39. I would buy a car , we walk everywhere at the minute, which is great in the summer, but not so in the winter .x

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  40. Not so much buy but would pay off my debts ready to start afresh before new bubba comes along

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  41. A trip travelling around the world :)

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  42. a new car for my hubby

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  43. I would buy a new laptop to replace mine which appears to be on it's last legs!

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  44. Pay off the mortgage (and replace the cracked screen on my phone!)

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  45. I think I would be inspired to take a year out to travel the world :)

    ~ Anthony G

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  46. I'd finally learn to drive and buy a car.

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  47. I'd buy myself a house, I'm sick of renting!

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  48. I'd buy a nice house first of all.

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  49. I would pay for my driving lessons x

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  50. I would pay for my driving lessons x

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  51. It would pay for my planned backpacking trip to see the world!

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  52. Claire Elizabeth Noke23 September 2016 at 22:46

    After paying off my debts (mortgage, car, credit card) I'd buy ....... A new, bigger home, with a massive garden... or even better .... one with acres of land!! :) We desperately need more room.

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  53. I would buy a cottage in the lake district.

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  54. I'd go and splash out on a '99 Flake, haven't had one for a long time!

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  55. I would buy my freedom from work.

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  56. A house in the country - out of the city

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  57. First class airline tickets to take my English family to visit my Australian family

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  58. I would take the family to Disneyland

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  59. Pay off debts, holiday to Japan and learn to drive.

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  60. I would buy a flat.

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  61. I'd invest in my local football club :)

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  62. I'd treat my mum to a new house and a holiday.

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  63. I would book the family tickets to Lapland :-) x

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  64. A plane ticket to New Zealand (one way)

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  65. A house a passport and a trip to Disney land.

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  66. I would buy my brother and sis-in-law the bungalow that they desperately need as she had Motor Neurons Disease and their house is no longer suitable, she needs hoists etc. They have been looking for ages but their budget will not get them what they need.

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  67. I'd buy my family an expensive house in St Ives in Cornwall, with enough money to live in luxury for the rest of their lives. They've always wanted to retire there, so now they could realise the dream. Happy days :)

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  68. I'd buy my mum and dad a bungalow

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  69. I would buy a house big enough for my family

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  70. A 3 / 4 bedroom house with a medium size garden. Thank you for the chance xxx

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  71. My own home with enough space for me and my family

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  72. A gorgeous cottage in the lake district with stunning views and an amazing garden!!!

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  73. I'd get a car as my current one is soooooo old!

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