Jadan Press Lucky13 Lottery
The Lucky 13 Lottery exists to support the club’s community and player development work in local schools and community clubs.
Drawn every Wednesday, for as little as £1 per week, this is a great way for fans to help the development of stars of the future like Connor Wynne, Ben McNamara and Charlie Graham. All the while you will have the chance to win £1000s of cash and non-cash prizes each week.
With dozens of prizes including a regular jackpot and amounts up for grabs ranging from £10 to £250, members can also win a variety of non-cash prizes such as Hull FC tickets, corporate hospitality and merchandise, as well as food, drink , leisure and cinema based entertainment at local partners.
We have teamed up with new partners at the National Youth and Community Development Association to participate in the NYCDA Weekly Draw. Not only does this help us grow with access to extra resources, the great news is that the prize fund will be increased by £1000s each week, there will be lots of new non-cash prizes and we will be able to generate more funds for grass roots rugby league.
If you wish to join as a new member, you have a number of options available to you to support the club at this time:
1- Contact us with your name and telephone number by the following and we will be in touch:
Phone: 01482 697634
2- Join via the secure online portal - https://portal.fastpayltd.co.uk/signup/personal-details/2703
As ever, there is no need to have to claim any prize that you win, this will be sent out to you automatically. Once you join up you will receive a welcome pack containing your lucky numbers, as well as more info such as FAQs and details on the initiatives you are supporting within 7-10 working days. If you join via the web link above you will receive a confirmation email shortly after.
If you want to get in touch with a member of the lottery team, then please do so via the contact details above. Going forward, for details of the results, the terms and conditions, the rules and should you have any questions, the official Hull FC website and associated social media platforms will have all these details.
Hull FC Lucky 13 Lottery is part of the NYCDA family, with members participating in the NYCDA Weekly Draw, which is registered with the Gambling Commission under licence no.000-005166-006
Developing Hull FC’s Future Stars
So where does the money go?
One part of the funds raised from the Jadan Press Lucky13 Lottery goes to helping develop and nurture some of the city’s brightest young sporting talent, with the hope of one day seeing some progress into the Hull FC ranks and establish themselves as a leading Super League star.
The funding helps cover everything from wages and fees to equipment and facilities, with the most recent high profile case being the Jadan Press Lucky13 investment into a brand new state of the art Youth Performance and Community Centre on Pickering Road in Hull – simply the best youth facility in Super League and the city.
Last year, the Lucky 13, collected £160742 for the Hull FC Community Foundation, representing 62% of the overall proceeds.
Making a Difference to Your Community
It’s not just all about rugby league either.
The Lucky13 Lottery is proud to be able to support and sustain a host of community projects from across Hull and East Yorkshire.
One of the most prominent campaigns is their support of the Hull FC Community Foundation, the charity arm of Hull FC which reaches out to over 50,000 local people every year.
Their aim is to engage, educate and inspire people of all ages and backgrounds, promoting and encouraging active and healthy lifestyles through the brand of Hull FC.
This involves work in local community groups, clubs and schools and it simply wouldn’t be possible without the support of Lucky13 and it’s members.
Rules for the Lucky 13 prize draw club
1.An entry in the competition is valid only if the subscription has been paid for the appropriate week’s draw. The entry must be correctly marked as “paid” for the appropriate week’s draw in the Societies records at the Clubs offices at the time of the draw.
2.It is the responsibility of members to ensure that the correct name and address has been recorded against their membership and reference numbers and that their agent has recorded their entry as “paid” for the appropriate weeks draw.
3.An entry not correctly marked, or left unmarked, will count as unsold and cannot win a prize.
4.Each member will be issued with a Prefix letter and ten separate four digit numbers. To win a major prize, the members Prefix letter and number must match exactly the winning number drawn (digits must be in the same order).
5.All members must be registered by Name and Address, Nom-de-plumes will not be accepted.
6.All Prefixes and numbers are issued by the Promoter, on behalf of the Society any alteration of Prefixes or numbers shown on membership cards will be considered void.
7.All prizes will be paid direct to winners unless alternative arrangements have been made. No claims are required - winners will be paid automatically. A result sheet showing winning entries will be published each week and winning numbers can also be found at www.hullfc.com or in the Hull Daily Mail. No responsibility can be accepted for any error, misprint or omission and the Official winners list will be available for inspection at the Societies offices at Hull FC Stadium KCOM Stadium, Hull
8.The draw will be made each week at a time and place arranged by the Society. This will be the date of the lottery (as defined in the Gambling Act 2005) and details of the winners will be announced on a basis determined by the Promoter during the week following the draw. All members may, if they wish, attend the draw and may be invited to participate in the draw. Every draw will be adjudicated by an independent member of the public, whose details will be recorded.
9.If, when the draw is made, an entry determined by a particular Prefix letter and number is found to be unsold, then another Prefix letter will be drawn until the prize is won.
10.Additional prizes and consolation prizes may be paid from time to time at the discretion of the Society.
11.Agents are considered to be acting on behalf of members. No responsibility can be accepted for any loss caused by the default, neglect or error of any Agent.
12.The competition is open to any person of 16 years of age or over.
13.The decision of the Promoter will be final and binding in respect of any dispute or difference arising out of the activities of the lottery.
14.The Promoter reserves the right to refuse any person entry to the draw for any reason whatsoever.
15.There will be a Jackpot Draw which will be drawn monthly, in the event of no member matching, the winning number drawn, the prize will rollover up to a maximum specified. If no one has won the Rollover Jackpot when it reaches its declared maximum, The Jackpot will return to the declared starting figure and FIVE prizes of £500 will be paid out.