The National Lottery (NLL) has revealed how it works to make sure that every person who registers with it gets the chance to win up to €1,200 worth of prizes.
The NLL, which provides the prize, says it is also helping customers “to find a local representative” and “to ensure the integrity of the NLL”.
It is providing €1.3 million worth of prize packages, worth €1 million to every person registered with the lottery.
However, the company is also giving customers a chance to be the first to claim the prizes.
Those lucky enough to claim a prize will get a personalised email invitation from the Nll to contact the company and arrange a personal tour.
Online ticket sales, which are currently capped at 100 per cent of a customer’s prize, are now capped at 1,000 per customer.NLL says it has received “more than 1,300 requests” to create a special account to claim prizes from lottery winners.
However the company says this is an “opt-in” process and is not required to be active.
Online customers are also required to provide a photo ID, a valid passport or driving licence and pay a €5 “registration fee”.
The Nll has also created a special “special offer” page to give lottery customers the opportunity to buy tickets for €2.50 to $3.50, or €5 to €7 each.
These offer can be purchased on the lottery’s website or through a ticket vending machine.
The special offer offers can be combined with other offers to secure the highest possible prize.
For example, the Nell has put out a “special sale” of £1,000 worth of tickets to get lottery customers to register for a special offer of €5 each to buy a lottery ticket.
In total, NLL says more than 500,000 customers have already registered with it through its online registration service.
However it is unclear how many of these people actually win.
It is unclear what percentage of people who register to win the lottery actually receive their prize.
The lottery has confirmed that some customers are not being contacted by the Nltll.
It says that some people have already signed up to receive their ticket and have not received their prize, while others have yet to receive a payment.
However there are no figures on the number of people that are “not receiving” their prize or the number that are receiving the special offer.
The Irish Lottery Service has not yet responded to a request for comment.
The National Lotteries will be running a lottery with the same prizes for all of 2018.