Strategy to win the lotto?
The is no %100 guaranteed strategy or tip that we can give you that will win the lottery jackpot prize (grand prize) but there are ways to help you get a better chance of winning the jackpot and there are strategies to guarantee that you will win a prize (not the jackpot). In this post we will tell you some simple but mostly unknown strategies, tips and secrets to winning the lottery.
So here are a few simple strategies and tips on how to win the lottery:
Buying Multiple Tickets – Covering All Bonus Numbers
For example, with the US Powerball lottery, if you purchase 26 lines, each with a different Powerball number (this will cost you $52) you will have at least one ticket that wins a $4 prize.
Now this may not be the best investment in the world, but it does promise that you will win a prize in each and every draw.
It also gives you a minute better chance of winning the jackpot because you will now have a 26 in 300 million chance instead of 1 in 300 million.
Make sure that each ticket has a different combination of regular numbers to have the 26 chance.
Find a group of people who want to join you in a syndicate. (Read: Top Lottery Syndicate Winners of All Time) Many lottery syndicates have won jackpot prizes over the years and this is proof of the fact that syndicates are a great idea. Each person in the syndicate can invest 5 lines into the group, per draw, together you will have a very large number of tickets and when you win a large prize you can split the prize money evenly.
Make sure that each player in the syndicate signs a syndicate agreement form together so that when you do eventually win a big prize you will have a legal document that proves you are part of the syndicate.
Keep Playing Each Draw
This is the best and only way to have the best chances of winning a jackpot, you have to be in it to win it is a known sentence used by lottery lovers.
If you invest a couple of lines in each and every draw, you might eventually win a jackpot and you won’t be spending more than $30-$50 per month on tickets.
People who buy tickets once or twice per year are almost never the ones to win the jackpot.