Frequently asked questions

What prizes are available each week?

The following prizes are available in the Labour Party Weekly Lottery:

  • First prize - £1,000
  • Second prize - £500
  • Third prize - £250
  • Fourth prize - £50 (5 available to be won.)

Can I choose my own lottery numbers?

No. Your lottery numbers are chosen randomly and will be your numbers for the duration of your membership in our lottery.

How much does the Labour Party make from the weekly lottery?

Our first draw is taking place on Friday 3rd November. As a licenced lottery operator, we are required to share with our supporters the breakdown of how each £2 entry is spent. We do not know yet how many people will be playing in that first draw to be able to calculate the breakdown accurately. Once we have a better idea, we’ll be sharing this breakdown here on our website, so please check back.

Our lottery was launched in 2023 and we have big plans for our lottery and the huge difference funds from the lottery will make over the next few years.

If you choose to support The Labour Party by playing our lottery we’ll keep you up to date on how your money is being spent and the difference our lottery is making.

What are the odds of winning a prize?

As the weekly lottery is a brand-new fundraising scheme for the Labour Party, do not yet know what the odds of winning a prize in our new weekly lottery will be.

Once we have a better idea following our first draw on the 3rd November 2023, we’ll be sharing this information here on our website, so please check back.

How old must I be to enter?

To enter the Labour Party Weekly Lottery you must aged 18 years or older.

What are the Terms and Conditions?

You must be 18+ to play.

Please view our Lottery Terms and Conditions below.

A full list of lottery policies can be found on our policies page.

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