Suzy Fenton, 44, from Wakefield, UK, celebrated winning £10,000 each month for a year playing the National Lottery Set for Life Draw. Suzy, a customer care administrator who changed her usual numbers at the last minute as she felt they were ‘not doing it’ won the Set for Life Draw.
Carry On Working & Pay Off Debts
The new winner vows she will continue working despite having £10,000 paid into her bank account each month for the next year. She spoke of paying off her mortgage and car loan, and the money will allow Suzy the freedom to pay off any debts, and during the heatwave in the UK treated herself to an air conditioning unit, although some may say it’s nothing elaborate, Suzy believes it is money well spentSuzy plays the Ark Survival Evolved video game online with a couple of friends, one from Canada and the other in Texas. Her Canadian pal said, “you can come and see me now!” She vowed to carry on working for now and after everything is paid off she’ll review the situation and maybe work part-time.She said, “We have a car loan that will be nice to pay off and the mortgage will be cleared. I’ve got terrible eyesight, I’m blind as a bat without my glasses so I’m going to see if I’m eligible for laser eye surgery. It will be nice to be able to buy some new clothes and just pay off debts.”
How to Play Set for Life
To play Set for Life, all you need to do is choose your draw date, either a Monday or Friday, pick 5 numbers between 1-47, plus 1 Life Ball number from 1-10, or choose a lucky dip at a cost of £1.50.Here is what you can win:5 Numbers plus the Life Ball – £10,000 every month for 30 years5 Numbers – £10,000 every month for a year4 Numbers and the Life Ball – £2504 Numbers – £503 Numbers plus the life Ball – £303 Numbers – £202 Numbers and the Life Ball – £102 Numbers – £5You can check if you have won by using your mobile phone to scan the ticket. Look on the website for the draw results each Monday and Thursday after 9 pm or watch the Set For Life draw live on the website or on YouTube at 8 pm on the draw days.