The most likely key to winning the lottery is to join a lottery syndicate, this lotto syndicate could include a group of friends, family or work colleagues. The benefits of a syndicate are that there is an increased amount of tickets being purchased and also on a regular basis, this in turn increases the likelihood of a win quite substantially. This fact is backed up statistically as one in four lottery wins is achieved by lottery syndicates, it is therefore a very attractive proposition to put forward to your prospective lottery syndicate members.
Starting a lottery syndicate is not without its problems, and to be honest it can sometimes be a real pain getting the weekly or monthly contributions out of the rest of the member’s pockets. It is therefore most important that you draw up an agreement for all lotto syndicate members to sign on joining, this sets out the syndicate terms and conditions making it plain that all lottery winnings will be divided equally but also how the lottery dues are collected and by whom.
The National Lottery site has a useful lottery syndicate kit option that provides all the necessary information and will be a real help for the designated new lotto syndicate Manager, there is also a really useful lottery syndicate agreement template which will eliminate the need for creating your own document. The National Lottery provides an online easy payment solution that once set up will mean that all subscriptions will be collected by direct debit, this removes the need to travel to the newsagents or supermarket to get your lottery syndicates tickets.
Once you have all joined the lottery syndicate it is just a case of sit back and wait for the winnings to roll in. Yes it is true that the big jackpot win may be as elusive for the syndicate as it is for you as an individual, but there will be times where the lottery syndicate will win £10 here and there, and by prior group agreement these small wins can be saved up for outings, Christmas treats or even extra lottery tickets giving everybody a bonus in a small but exciting way.