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’Tis the season to win big!

FANCY WINNING A SHARE OF A HUGE CASH PRIZE IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS? THEN SIGN UP TO PEOPLE’S POSTCODE LOTTERY TODAY

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PEOPLE’S Postcode Lottery is planning to spread the festive cheer, with a sackful of prizes just waiting to be won by lucky players throughout December.

It means Christmas could come early to anyone living in a winning postcode, thanks to a massive £22million that’s set to be won.

But anyone dreaming about a share of the glittering prize pot needs to act fast – because if you haven’t signed up to People’s Postcode Lottery yet, today is your last chance to enter.

Have you been longing for a fabulous family holiday? A brandnew car? Or what about those home improvemen­ts you’ve been talking about for so long? Maybe after the year we’ve all had, you’d just like to make it a magical Christmas… If any of these is on your wish list, now is the time sign up – and you could be making exciting plans before Santa has even loaded up his sleigh.

There’s £50,000 to be won in one postcode every day in the December draws, and the lucky winners and prizes will be announced between December 5 and January 8 (wouldn’t that be a fantastic start to the New Year?!).

On top of that, People’s Postcode Lottery’s biggest prize, the Millions draw, is a whopping £4.1million for December instead of the usual £3million, and all players in one postcode area will each get a share of the spectacula­r sum.

And that’s not all, either! There’s £1,000 to be won each day in December’s draws for every ticket in 20 lucky postcodes.

People’s Postcode Lottery costs £10 a month to play, with guaranteed winners every day.

A minimum of 32 per cent of ticket sales goes directly to charities and grassroots good causes in Britain and internatio­nally, with more than £600million raised so far.

Now, doesn’t that sound right up your (winning) street?

Sign up to People’s Postcode Lottery to be in with a chance of winning a share of the £22m prize pot in December’s draws

Join by midnight tonight to play in the December draws at or call

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