Playing The Health Lottery by subscription

What springs to mind when you hear “VIP”? Velvet ropes, bottle service, excruciating expense?

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What does it mean to be a VIP?

Want to pop along to Wembley Stadium to see Taylor Swift as a VIP on Saturday 17 August? Prices start at £2,699 per person… which is £500 cheaper than going to Anfield to watch Liverpool take on Wolves as a VIP. Sometimes it feels like VIP stands for Vastly Inflated Prices.…

VIP: The Health Lottery subscription

So being a VIP can be a costly business. Well, not at The Health Lottery – we like to treat our Very Important Players a little differently, and charge them less for special treatment, not more.

Our VIP club is a subscription plan, currently for The Big Win but to feature others of our games in the future, where players can get the peace of mind of knowing their numbers will be automatically entered into every draw and get a sweet discount as a thank you for their loyalty! And when we say sweet, we mean hefty – over 20% in fact!

You can currently join the VIP club in one of two plans. As a Big Win All In VIP you’ll play every single draw for just £17 a month. If you prefer to only play on Wednesday and Saturday, when our £100,000 Superdraws and £250,000 monthly Megadraws take place, that will set you back the minuscule price of £6.75 a month - as a Big Win Superdraw VIP.

Sign me up! What do I need to do?

All you need to do is go here , choose your numbers, or let Quick Pick do it randomly for you, decide whether to play one, two or three lines and whether to pay by Direct Debit or with a recurring debit card payment… and that’s it. Then you can sit back, relax and just wait to win! And because you don't need to do anything once the subscription is up and running, it's an inherently healthy way to play !

If you play the same numbers on The Big Win regularly it really doesn’t make a lot of sense not to do so as a VIP… So, the question is, are YOU a Very Intelligent Player?

Make a difference

Although as a VIP your play is discounted, your contribution to good causes is not – so you will still be doing great work supporting vital health projects all over Great Britain. In fact, by playing The Health Lottery by subscription you add a level of security to your contribution that helps longer-term planning and support in the mission of tackling health inequality across Britain.

With five £25,000 Big Win draws every week, plus an extra £100,000 up for grabs on Wednesdays and Saturdays ( and with twelve £250,000 Megadraws a year) – you could find yourself in a position to go to all eight nights of Tay-tay’s Eras tour at Wembley and still have change to treat yourself to go and see her in Paris too… although we can’t tell you what to do with that many limited edition tote bags!

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The current society benefitting from funds raised is YNW Health CIC T/A HL Yorkshire and Humber

The Health Lottery operates on behalf of 6 Community Interest Companies (CICs), managing 6 society lotteries that operate in 12 geographical regions across Great Britain. These exist to help tackle health inequalities in their respective areas. People’s Health Trust (PHT) is an independent charity that assesses grant applications and award funding across the 12 regions. Read about some of the good causes HERE. For information regarding all funded projects or to submit a grant application visit PHT HERE. 20.34% of every lottery draw ticket and online scratchcard purchased is donated to good causes. 36.02% is spent on prizes. 43.64% is spent expenses (actual expenses exceed this figure). Our average annual proceeds from lotteries are £12.5m. The odds of winning The Big Win jackpot are (1 in 2.1m) and the odds of winning any Big Win prize is (1 in 9.7). The odds of winning the All or Nothing jackpot is (1 in 1.35m) and the odds of winning any All or Nothing prize is (1 in 4.5). The odds of winning a QuickWin jackpot is (1 in 2.1m) and the odds of winning any QuickWin prize is (1 in 6). All winning lottery numbers are selected using an approved random number generator (RNG). Click on the links below for full T&Cs and FAQs for each of our games.

Please help us to support vital health causes in your community. Each of the 6 society lotteries is licensed by the Gambling Commission.