Hell yeah! With new FreeCatLottery, they can. I laughed a lot when I heard about this, but as a colleague of mine has four cats and surely wouldn’t mind having an “earning cat”, I thought I’d share it with my kitty loving readers.
What is FreeCatLottery.com?
FreeCatLottery.com is a new website where one person’s cat is drawn out of a hat to win a cash prize every day. It’s completely free to enter your cat — just upload a photo of your favourite feline and it will be automatically entered for the draw every day.
If you enter your cat now you’ve got a great chance of winning as not many people know about the site yet.
Prizes currently start at £10 every day and roll over to …
Every so often, I’ll buy a lucky dip and I check my postcode on the Freepostcodelottery every day without fail. So when the guys at UK licensed lottery website Lottoland got in touch and said they could share some tips around entering the lottery and what you should do if you are lucky enough to win, I jumped at the chance to share the info.
Here’s our Q&A:
1. How do you improve your chances of winning the lottery?
Whilst the chances may be against you of ever winning a big lottery jackpot, there are some subtle changes you can make to way to approachyour lottery playing tactics that may give you more of a winning chance. For example, if you have lucky numbers that mean something to you, or perhaps the special birthdays of …
You’ve heard of the People’s Postcode Lottery, where you pay monthly in advance to enter, with five draws a month and prizes every day. Well lookey here at what I’ve found, a free to enter postcode lottery. I’ve entered, so fingers crossed, now will you? Here’s all the information you’ll need to decide.
What is FreePostcodeLottery.com?
FreePostcodeLottery.com is an online daily cash prize draw. It is completely free to enter your postcode and, once you have done so, it is entered into the draw every day at noon. If your postcode is drawn you have until the next draw (24 hours) to check the site and claim the cash pot before it rolls over and goes to the next winning postcode.
How much can I win?
The daily pot is now £50. If unclaimed …