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Arsenal Lotto jackpot hits £11.2 Million today

27 February 2013

LONDON, England -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- The biggest jackpot prize on offer in the UK this week isn't the National Lottery, the Health Lottery or even the Football Pools. Instead it's an innovative new game being run at Arsenal football club called the Arsenal Lotto, whose top prize has rolled-over seven times to a whopping £11.2 Million.

Launched earlier this season in partnership with MyLotto24, the Arsenal Lotto was set-up to generate money for The Arsenal Foundation, the club's charitable arm, and has already proved to be a huge hit with fans.

One of the first winners of the Arsenal Lotto was supporter David Montero from Croydon, Surrey, who won £2,740 after playing just three draws. He said: "Finding out that I'd won was a very pleasant surprise and it's great to be able to help The Arsenal Foundation too."

If a lucky fan does scoop tonight's (Wednesday 27th February) £11.2 Million rollover jackpot, they'll have enough cash to buy a Greek island, a Diamond private jet, 58,000 pairs of Nike Miracle football boots, 142 executive boxes at the Emirates or 200,000 replica Arsenal shirts.


Launched earlier this season in partnership with MyLotto24, the Arsenal Lotto was set-up to generate money for The Arsenal Foundation, the club's charitable arm, and has already proved to be a huge hit with fans.

One of the first winners of the Arsenal Lotto was supporter David Montero from Croydon, Surrey, who won £2,740 after playing just three draws. He said: "Finding out that I'd won was a very pleasant surprise and it's great to be able to help The Arsenal Foundation too."

If a lucky fan does scoop tonight's (Wednesday 27th February) £11.2 Million rollover jackpot, they'll have enough cash to buy a Greek island, a Diamond private jet, 58,000 pairs of Nike Miracle football boots, 142 executive boxes at the Emirates or 200,000 replica Arsenal shirts.

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