What Is The Centenary Club
The Centenary Club is the North’s top prize draw lottery with over 350 guaranteed winners each year!
260 Daily Prizes (Mon-Fri each week)
48 Weekly Grand Prizes (4 per month)
12 Monthly Bonus Prizes (1 per month)
Other Bonus Prizes throughout the year.
What Can I win ?
PRIZES FOR 2018/19: NOW MORE PRIZES THAN EVER BEFORE
- £50 to be won every Monday
- £50 to be won every Tuesday
- £50 to be won every Wednesday
- £50 to be won every Thursday
- £50 to be won every Friday
- £50 to be won every Saturday
- PLUS: £500 Weekly Star Prize (drawn 4 weekends every month = 48 winners per year.)
- PLUS: Centenary Lotto Game (commencing at £2500 and increases by £100 per month if not won
- PLUS: Bonus Prize Draws over the Festive Period
Any Other Benefits?
Not only can you win with the Centenary Club, but you also receive benefits merely for being a member, such as discount on club merchandise, discounts on season tickets for your children or grandchildren, periodic promotions and newsletters, and priority for big game tickets. The Centenary Club also makes a substancial financial contribution to the Club every season so the more money it takes in, the more money the Club receives, this is your chance to put something back into the team you support!
How much does it cost?
Not only is it easy to join but its also very affordable. You can pay monthly, quarterly, or yearly by cheque or standing order from your bank. For current pricing information or for an application form, please call 01463 227476, email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and your contact details, or use the contact link at the top of the page to send mail directly from the website. If you prefer, you can write to us at The Centenary Club, FREEPOST IV220, Caledonian Stadium, Inverness IV1 1BR.
How do I know who won?
The results for each set of weekly draws are posted on this website. You can access the latest results from the home page of the website, or you can view weekly results from the Centenary Winners page.
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