Salford Red Devils are delighted to unveil a brand new name, look and set of exiting prizes for its weekly lottery.
The lottery is an opportunity for the club to raise much needed funds to help purchase kit, equipment and make improvements to the pitch and pavilion. The money raised will also cover the costs in training our volunteers (including coaches, first aiders and administrators) across all our teams. We receive 40p in every £1 from our members who have signed up - a fantastic rate of return once you factor in prizes, admin and legal costs associated with the draw.
Each player in the Lottery receives a membership letter with seven lucky numbers giving seven chances to win each week and entry forms can be downloaded from the website, collected from any member of the club committee or requested through email@example.com.
The popular lottery scheme doesn't just help our club but has awarded hundreds of thousands in prize money and donations to local good causes alone.
Lottery Manager Lee Cummins said: “The old name for the clubs lottery Golden Bond has been around since its inception back in the 70's and has raised millions of pounds for the club and has also given millions in prizes to our players."
“Last season we looked at breathing new life in to our weekly lottery. We have added some great new prizes each week and every month - from helicopter trips and cinema tickets to vouchers at some of the best restaurant experiences in the city. There really has never been a better time to join."
The Lucky Devils Lotto still has some huge cash prizes available including our weekly jackpot of £1,000 and the amazing ‘Rollover Extra’ which can reach up to £10,000!
Other available prizes include...
- YourGym annual membership
- £200 shopping trip at Morrisons
- Up to £1775 in prizes each week outside of the top prize
- Vouchers for meals, cinema tickets and much more!
Results are published each week in the Salford Advertiser and displayed on our website and social media.
The Lucky Devils Lotto also donates money annually to the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital when the entire Salford Red Devils squad visit the sick children just before Christmas.