playslip

playslip

(ˈpleɪˌslɪp)
n
a form used to nominate numbers in a lottery draw
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They were the first ones I put on the Lotto playslip all those years ago and I never changed them.
To take part participants need to choose their Lotto numbers in the usual way and mark the 'Plus 5'' box on their playslip or ask their retailer to 'Plus 5'' their Lotto Lucky Dip.
DOWN UNDER: Son Bob Barnes and his wife Pat MYSTERY: James Barnes, with his wife, was revealed as the payslip's owner A PIECE OF HISTORY: Left, the late James Barnes's daughter Doris with his 1930s playslip; bottom right, Doris, 87, lives in Seaton Delaval
To enter the Thunderball draw take a Thunderball playslip and choose five numbers from the one-34 section and one Thunderball number from the one-14 section on a board.
Using the HotPicks playslip, players should select the pick 2, pick 3 or pick 4 option and then mark off 2, 3 or 4 numbers of their choice from 1 to 49.
In September 1997, Kevin Papworth, head of a four-strong syndicate of friends in Kent, won almost pounds 11 million by accidentally putting the same numbers down twice on his playslip.
In September 1997, Kevin Papworth, head of a four- strong syndicate in Kent, won almost pounds 11million by accidentally putting the same numbers down twice on his playslip.
I certainly wouldn't mind a few of the noughts on Alan's playslip coming my way."
Dream Number, from the National Lottery, gives players the chance to win up to pounds 500,000 with their Lotto playslip.
WE HAVE six copies of 'Your Lottery Syndicate Book' to give away in our competition Your Lottery Syndicate Book is the best way to set up a Lottery syndicate for any of the National Lottery's playslip games.