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Health Millions Syndicates

Health Millions syndicates are a great way of boosting your chances of winning. Learn more about the advantages of joining a group and learn how to set up your own syndicate.

What is a syndicate?

A syndicate is a group of people who team up to take part and bet together. The purpose of joining forces is so that you can purchase a number of entries in a more affordable way, as you share the cost with everyone else in the group.

The key benefit is that it gives you multiple chances to win. For example, if you place one bet on Health Millions, the odds of landing the jackpot are 1 in 79,453,500. If you have a syndicate of 10 people and all contribute the cost of one entry, your odds of winning are 1 in 7,945,350 yet you have not spent any more on the game.

There are other prizes in Health Millions too, as you only need to match the Health Ball to receive a free bet or match two numbers to win £2. Any prizes won are shared between members of the syndicate.

How to set up your Health Millions syndicate

Creating a syndicate is fun and helps to give you a better chance of winning. Follow the guidelines below to get started.

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What to Include in a Syndicate Agreement

Establish a set of rules before you start so that there can be no disputes further down the line. It is a good idea to appoint one member of the group as a syndicate manager. Other details you may want to include are listed below:


Take a look at some of these frequently asked questions about setting up your own syndicate.

Why do we need a syndicate agreement?
How do I buy entries?
How do I check our numbers?
Is there a maximum number of members that a syndicate can have?
Can new members join a syndicate after it has been set up?
How do I collect money from the group?