If you are looking to really make some money from your lottery playing habits, you may want to consider joining a lottery syndicate. These player’s clubs represent a pool of tickets playing all different numbers, so that you have more options covered on every single draw. This also ensures that you will always get the bonus numbers somewhere in your syndicate, increasing your weekly winnings on the lottery.
The most popular lotteries are all covered by syndicates. The Euro millions game, the UK lotteries in all of their various forms, and the Spanish El Gordo lottery are all popular lottery syndicate playing grounds. Some of the biggest prize packages have been won by syndicates, and Camelot, the group that runs the UK lotteries, estimates that 1 in 4 prizes in a lottery draw go to a syndicate member.
Thus, by playing your favorite games with a team, you open yourself up to a world of winning opportunities. You may even find that by pooling your play into a syndicated format, you may actually save money. This is because most syndicates work on a simply buy in system, and then a large number of tickets are purchased on behalf of the group. If you were to try and buy the same amount of tickets on your own, you would spend quite a bit more than you do on your syndicate buy-in.
Another benefit of the typical lottery syndicate is that all of the purchasing and tracking of tickets is done by the syndicate leader. All you are responsible for is your weekly buy in and collecting your winnings. You don’t have to worry about finding a ticket vendor in time, or trying to remember to track the results on a ticket you bought.
Finally, your lottery syndicate also provides you with the anonymity to enjoy your winnings. You win your freedom, because the syndicate takes the prize and splits it out, so you don’t have to give up your privacy in the press or be hounded by paparazzi. You can simply take your share from the syndicate winnings and go quietly about your prosperous way, enjoying all the perks of winning without any of the pitfalls.
All of these advantages make it surprising that more people aren’t a part of a syndicate group. You increase your odds of winning, remove the administrative burden, and preserve your privacy. It truly is a winning combination.