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You could win
£1,000 every week

With 91 cash prizes – including a £1,000 First Prize – enter the Lucky Day Lottery and it could be your lucky day! Plus, you’ll be helping people in crisis around the world.

Just £1 a week

Play the Lucky Day Lottery

  • 1. Your entry
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  • 2. Payment
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  • 3. Confirmation

To enter the Lucky Day Lottery you must be aged 18 or over and live in England, Wales or Scotland.

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Would you like one or two entries? Select below

Payment is by Direct Debit, £4.34 per calendar month per entry. You can buy 1 or 2 weekly entries.

Your details

To comply with the Gambling Commission and Lucky Day Lottery regulations and to prevent underage gambling, you must confirm that you are 18 years of age or over to enter.

Contact details

The British Red Cross needs your email and postal address to confirm your entry in the Lucky Day Lottery.

Please enter a valid email address to allow us to confirm details of your lottery entry to you.
Providing a telephone number allows us to contact you with any queries regarding your lottery subscription more easily.
Click to find address or to enter address yourself.

Keeping in touch

As part of the Red Cross, we’d love to email you about how your gift is helping transform lives and how you can donate and help in other ways, as well as to keep you up to date with our news and services. You can change your mind at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link in our emails.

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We’re so grateful for your support, thank you. As part of the Red Cross, we write to you to tell you about how your gifts help transform lives and how you can donate and help in other ways, as well as to update you about our news and services. If you would rather we didn’t communicate with you in this way, you can change the way we contact you at any time by visiting, emailing, writing to FREEPOST RED CROSS or calling Freephone 0800 2 800 491.

Your privacy

The British Red Cross is committed to privacy and will use personal data for the purpose it was collected or other legitimate purposes we tell you about: for example, to provide goods, services or information you have requested or to administer donations or services we provide. We may also analyse data we collect to better understand the people who support us or those who use or deliver our services. Sometimes this means us combining that data with information from reliable public sources. Our research allows us to tailor communications and services in a more focused and cost effective way, as well as better meeting your needs and the needs of others like you. However, we will never do this in a way that intrudes on personal privacy and will not use your data for a purpose that conflicts with previously expressed privacy preferences. For full details about how we use personal data, our legal basis for doing so and your privacy rights, please see our Privacy Notice.