National Lottery Days Out Campaign

Rebecca Butler

National Lottery Days Out Campaign

Buy a Lotto ticket and get £25 towards your next day out

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The National Lottery have teamed up with VisitBritain Shop to offer Lotto players a £25 voucher to use at hundreds of days out and attractions across the UK.

All you have to do is buy a Lotto ticket, visit the National Lottery website and enter the 19 digit code from the top left corner along with your email address.

You will instantly receive a voucher code worth £25 that you can use at checkout on the VisitBritain website.

It is quite a faff but is so worth it. We have saved a small fortune on our trip to London in February Half Term.

Here's a little Step-by-Step:

  • Buy a Lotto ticket online or in a shop. Make sure it's a Lotto ticket that you buy and NOT a Euro Millions, Set For Life, Thunderball or any other draw.

TIP: To get multiple £25 codes then make sure that you buy your lines on separate tickets.

  • Get the 19 digit code that's on the top left corner of your ticket and enter it HERE. A unique code will be generated that can then be used on the VisitBritain website.

TIP: It doesn't matter what email address you use - you can make it up, as long as it has @hotmail.com or @hotmail.co.uk etc at the end. For example gid2@hotmail.com. Just make sure you screenshot the code that is generated.

  • Head to the VisitBritain website to choose where to spend your voucher.
  • Click on the attraction that you choose and select your options.

TIP: To be able to use multiple £25 codes you will need to make separate bookings.

Don't make an account on the VisitBritain website as you can then order the tickets to the same email address.

  • Some of the attractions will send you your tickets straight away and some will be sent before you visit. I have printed all of ours off so I don't have to find multiple emails.

TIP: You need to show the original lottery ticket for each booking so staple it to the attraction ticket.

Some places will let you buy a Child's ticket on it's own but there are some places that you have to buy an Adult ticket at the same time.

I have bought separate Child tickets for Sea Life and Tower Bridge. I have spoken to lots of people who have said that they have never had a problem using them.

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