£1000 a day for life? That'll do! Everyday's payday with this life-time lotto - The Stratford Observer
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18th Aug, 2022

£1000 a day for life? That'll do! Everyday's payday with this life-time lotto

A LOTTERY WHICH IS OPEN TO UK PUNTERS IS OFFERING A JACKPOT OF £1000 A DAY FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE! THERE’S NO CATCH, THIS WOULD REALLY SET YOU UP FOR LIFE!

CASH4LIFE!

What would you do with a £1000 a day for life? The possibilities are endless.

Lotto enthusiasts may have heard of the New York Cash4Life lottery.

Lottoland, a Gibraltar-based online lotto betting company, is now giving UK punters a chance to bet on Cash4Life from the UK.

It’s the chance of a lifetime. Yes, you really do get a grand a day for the rest of your life!

LIVE LARGE OR INVEST WISELY?

Imagine earning in a week, the same amount as the UK’s average monthly salary. It would be tempting to just drop everything and enjoy your life whilst living off your winnings.

When you win a lump sum jackpot, you have the advantage of being to invest larger amounts, on the flip side though, it’s not uncommon for lottery winners to blow all their winnings sooner of later. Take the famous case of Michael Carroll, the so-called ‘lotto lout’ who blew £9.7 million in just a decade. The temptation is always there, and some people just get too carried away. With Cash4Life, you are guaranteed to never run out of cash. If you think about it, this is really a game changer. It enables you to live the high life if you like, but you can also save up. You could party hard for a good amount of time, and when you’re burnt out, you could just live off your guaranteed income.

£1000 a day would be £365,000 per year – meaning that if you already had savings and didn’t need to touch your winnings, in just three year’s you’d be a millionaire!

Having said that, you wouldn’t need to be so strict either. You could easily live a very comfortable lifestyle whilst putting money away in the bank and gaining interest. It would also be wise to invest in property and you could afford to invest in the stock market or start-ups. In fact, there’s no better time than the present, as the impact of the pandemic has opened fantastic investment opportunities.

£1000 A MONTH FOR LIFE – NOT A BAD SECOND OPTION!

If you don’t win the jackpot, the second prize of Lottoland’s Cash4Life is £1000 a month.

This amount would certainly go a long way in many countries around the world. Picture yourself on the lush beaches of South-East Asia or living the tranquilo lifestyle of Latin America. The average monthly wage in holiday hotspots such as Thailand, Mexico and Dominican Republic ranges from £250 – £500 a month. On an income of £1000 a month, you could really live-it-up, if you are willing to move abroad. Then again, you could always keep your day-job and either just enjoy your extra money, save it up or invest. The great thing is that no matter what, every month you’d be receiving a very welcome bonus which would go a long way.

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

This may all seem too good to be true, but there’s no catch. Lottoland is regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and works together with the world’s foremost insurance companies in order to carry-out their business model and guarantee payments. Evidently, Lottoland hold a Guinness World Record for the largest online gambling pay-out, a whopping €90 million (approximately £79 million) which was won by a German punter in 2018.

A DAILY CHANCE TO WIN £1000 A DAY FOR LIFE Cash4Life with Lottoland operates in exactly the same way as the New York Cash4Life lottery.

You pick 5 numbers from 1 to 60 plus a ‘Cash Ball’ from 1-4. There’s also a QuickPick option.

To win the jackpot, you need to match all 5 numbers plus the Cash Ball. 5 Numbers wins you second price. Additionally, there are 7 further prize tiers. The cost is £2.5 a line and the draw takes places at 0200 UK – EVERY DAY!

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