Take your chance to be a millionaire!

1 week ago By David Watters

Today is the day you could become a millionaire with the estimated jackpot in Wednesday's double rollover NPL Lotto jackpot worth an estimated £3.6m!

Launched in February, the new NPL Lotto offers fans two chances every week to win millions while knowing that all NPL Lotto proceeds are donated to the Northern Premier League’s clubs during the competition’s historic 50th anniversary season and Sports Traider, the official charity of the EVO-STIK League.

With huge cash prizes on offer for matching one number or more, it is easy to get involved in the first draw of the week before Saturday's second chance to share in millions. To place a lotto bet all you need to do is select six numbers from 1 to 49 and one 'Legend' number from 0 to 9 before 5pm on Wednesday. Simply visit: www.npllotto.com/app/lotto.htm to get started now!

An optional fundraising initiative for participating clubs but open to all fans, NPL Lotto is operated in partnership with Lotto Network, who fund and pays all cash prizes in full, so it’s a win-win situation for fans, the NPL’s clubs and Sports Traider’s mission to help disadvantaged youngsters in the UK through sport.

Draw results including a winnings breakdown are published on the NPL Lotto's results page as soon as they become available. So make sure you don’t miss out on your chance to scoop a cash prize while aiding the league's clubs by entering your lucky numbers now at: www.npllotto.com/app/lotto.htm

For more details on how to join, visit: www.npllotto.com.

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