A People’s Postcode Lottery Win for Buckingham Palace has the country amused. Speculation is now rife that one of the senior members of the Royal Household plays the free lottery. In a story released a few weeks ago, it turned out that the Buckingham Palace postcode was drawn as one of the lucky winners of the £250 prize. Whether it was The Queen, Prince Philip or merely one of the palace’s household staff is unlikely to ever be discovered. The palace is home to hundreds of employees, not just the Royal Family who reside there.
What Do We Know About The Postcode Lottery Win For Buckingham Palace?
What is clear is that the person who won registered and verified their personal residence as Buckingham Palace. With the Queen’s personal income rising 6.5% to £4.56m this year, the £250 is unlikely to get noticed. From the information released about the Postcode Lottery Win For Buckingham Palace, three people registered from the address. With two hours remaining to claim the prize (players have just 24 hours) somebody came forward for the £250 prize. This short amount of time to claim a prize keeps the game fast paced; unclaimed prizes are rolled over indefinitely. The largest rollover so far is £900.
People’s Postcode Lottery could not substantiate the identity of the winner. All that is required for players is to provide a valid email address when registering. The postcode lottery win For Buckingham Palace is surprising to the general public, but not to the lottery organisers. According to one spokesperson, the postcode had been registered with the game for many months. Nobody expected it to come up as there are just three registered players from Buckingham Palace. Speculating on who the winners might be, some have suggested that The Queen, Prince Philip and one of the corgis were registered for the prize.