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I just don't have the business acumen to look sevenyear-olds in the eye and tell them they can't have a pounds 1 lucky dip for 60p even if that is all they have left.
They choose their numbers with a combination of family birthdays and Lucky Dips and buy their ticket online.
He set off for work as usual from his home saying he was still trying to take it in after his lucky dip ticket won him pounds 1.
The other 30 per cent were put into the lucky dip draw - leading to committed fans' anger.
So, instead of the numbers they had used since the game began, she asked for two lucky dips on her next visit to the shops.
Amy said: "Mum puts on four lines every week and a lucky dip to make it up to a fiver ( it was the lucky dip that won.
Quirkily, thirty per cent of players use the lucky dip on a Wednesday, but a lower number, 28 per cent, use it on a Saturday.
We've teamed up with The National Lottery' to give 100 lucky readers the chance to bag 100 free EuroMillions Lucky Dip Lines EACH
The Coventry-based business will make the change just for one day and customers are being urged to visit the shop today from between 5pm and 10pm to be in with a chance of getting a free Euromillions lucky dip ticket.
JUBILANT city mum Collette Billingham was all smiles today after her number finally came up in the Birmingham Mail's Lucky Dip competition.
But shewas guttedwhen she realised that the numberswere split between two rows of her lucky dip National Lottery ticket, meaning she had won just pounds 20.
50 for a lucky dip ticket, did not know she had scooped the pounds 35.
The crimpers who work in the Smile salon in Burnside, near Glasgow, scooped the midweek prize with a Lucky Dip ticket.
The 48-year-old from Corbridge, Northumberland, who works at the Longbenton offices of the Department of Social Security said he was still trying to take it in after his lucky dip ticket won him pounds 1.
Would some of that Welsh luck rub off on me if I bought a pounds 1 lucky dip for tonight's draw from the same shops that some of our Lottery millionaires bought their lucky ticket?