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How would H&H Editor, Sadie, spend £20,000 in the National Lottery?


What a question! But a fun one to answer. We have all dreamt up at some point or another, what we would spend our lottery winnings on. Cliche things like a holiday or a new car instantly pop into my mind, those thoughts are then converted to incredibly sensible, un-sadie thoughts like perhaps I should invest the cash (this is really my husband speaking, not me). But if I think about it, I mean really think about it, what would I actually spend £20,000 on? You only live once after all – so why not spend it doing the things you love most in the world.

But first, why am I even giving such an unlikely situation such thought? Perhaps, because it just became a lot more likely since The National Lottery announced their new Lotto Game, which means that more players have way more of a chance of winning prizes. Players will not only have the chance to win one of 1,000 guaranteed £20,000 prizes but there is also a £10 million jackpot to be won two Saturdays in a row! Launching on October 5th (my husband’s birthday – is this a sign!), The New Lotto will cost £2 a line and winners will get bigger prizes for matching three numbers and larger jackpots! And when you buy a lottery ticket there will be a unique raffle number on each one that enters you in to win one of 50 guaranteed prizes of 20,000…

So, lets get back to that very important question! How would I spend the money…

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Some Peter Tunney Artwork
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This post is sponsored by Camelot/The National Lottery