Lottery syndicate information
A lottery syndicate is defined as a group of individuals buying lottery tickets together. Each member of the lottery syndicate will contribute to the total cost of the lottery tickets.
The primary benefit of a lottery syndicate is that each member has an increased chance of winning a lottery prize. This is because more lottery tickets are bought via the lottery syndicate (thus increasing the odds of winning a lottery prize).
Each member of the lottery syndicate will usually be entitled to an equal share of the lottery prizes won via the lottery syndicate.
Lottery syndicates are very popular in the United Kingdom. Almost 20% of all UK Lotto jackpots are won by lottery syndicates.
- 33 workers from a pie factory in the United Kingdom won the £ 6 million EuroMillions jackpot (read more).
- 15 co-workers won the $ 207 million Mega Millions jackpot (read more).
- 48 office workers won the $ 107 million Powerball jackpot (read more).
- 16 co-workers won the $ 149 million Powerball jackpot (read more).
- 20 lottery syndicate members won the $ 241 million Powerball jackpot (read more).
- A mother and her son bought lottery tickets together and won the $ 61 million Mega Millions jackpot (read more).
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TheLotter lottery syndicates
TheLotter supports lottery syndicates. You can buy shares for the following lottery syndicates: EuroMillions, EuroJackpot, Powerball and Mega Millions. A typical EuroMillions syndicate has about 84 shares available. The percentage size of one EuroMillions share is around 1.19%. However, the odds of winning a lottery prize is better as a typical EuroMillions syndicate will contain 126 EuroMillions lottery entries.
If TheLotter's EuroMillions lottery syndicate wins € 1,000,000, you will receive € 11,904 (or 1.19%, based on 1 out of 84 shares).
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