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As of this week, the Post Office in Stafford Street is selling tickets and cards for the National Lottery.

All the different varieties of games will be available over the counter

  • Lotto — the original £1 a time "fill-in-a-card" game.
  • Plus 5 — for an extra £1 puts your Lotto numbers into a further five draws during the week.
  • Euro millions — enters the numbers into a Europe wide draw which gives the biggest jackpots.
  • Thunderball — fixed top prize of £500,000 for a £1 entry.
  • Pick and match — can give bigger prizes by matching specific numbers.
  • Scratch cards — instant wins on cards of several different kinds.

The Post Office can pay out instantly on winning tickets up to certain limits.

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