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coppo

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We don’t do the Postcode Lottery, but friends do and have won small amounts a couple of times. They have told us to do it, as we are the only people on our postcode! 😁




We have been doing it years Lin and have won once, ten bleeding quid.
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We have been doing it years Lin and have won once, ten bleeding quid.


I will give it a miss then Paul. 🙄

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There's two doing it in our postcode. We've won twenty quid over the past few years.

We've had some good results with the premium bonds though. 😊

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There are more than 1.7 million post codes, I'll pass.
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There are more than 1.7 million post codes, I'll pass.


Mind you, as the only house in our postcode we would be ok if it came up! 😳. I think I’ll stick with the Premium Bonds though like Pete and Judy! 

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We did it for a year and won...













....nowt!

At £10 a month minimum entry, sod that...we cancelled!

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We did it for a year and won...













....nowt!

At £10 a month minimum entry, sod that...we cancelled!

Graham


That's the trouble, some people daren't cancel in case the big one comes up. I've cancelled mine but Judy still has hers going.

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I don’t do anything so will never win, except I have all the money I would have spent on not winning anything. My dear old dad did the pools for donkeys years never one a thing he must have wasted a heap of money.
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Can you still do the pools ?
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Can you still do the pools ?


Yes Kev. OH does a ‘one off’ payment annually, which only works out about £1 a week but has never won anything. He was only saying a couple of weeks ago that he is not going to do it again. 



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If you had placed £100 in bitcoin ten years back you would be now looking at 172 million pounds profit,the early bird always catches the worm.
As i dident any chance of lending me a tenner.[smile]

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I was a bit astounded by that claim, so had a look for evidence.

Your claim Trev is way over the top but the "real" figure (9.2 million) is considerably more than I'd have guessed. 
https://digg.com/2019/how-much-money-youd-earn-if-you-invested-100-in-bitcoin-ten-years-ago

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Hindsight is a wonderful thing, when I come back next time I will definitely buy a few bit coins.😎
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All sorts of numbers talked about bit coin but i think the big numbers are over,small profit yes,think 50 bucks is the buy in price.
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A friend of mine had good luck with bit coin, he gained several thousand euro and he’s waiting for another big windfall
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