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This Game ("the Game") is subject to these Game Procedures ("the Procedures"), the Rules for Interactive Instant Win Games ("the Rules") and the Interactive Account Terms and Conditions which can be found at the National Lottery website (www.national-lottery.co.uk). The meaning of any word or term in the Procedures shall be as defined in the Rules unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.
Game Name: Cash Rich
Game Price: £2.00
There is a 1 in 3.46 overall chance of winning a Prize on each Play of the Game. The Expected Prize Payout Percentage for this game is 70.00%.
By choosing "Continue" on the "Buy Instant Win Game" page a Player is committed to the purchase of a Play, and the value of the purchase will be deducted from his National Lottery Account.
In playing this Game, Players acknowledge that it is a game of chance, that the outcome of a Play in the Game is pre-determined by the Interactive System at the point of purchase, and that the winning of a Prize in the Game does not involve the exercise of any skill or judgement by a Player.
If a Player or a Prospective Player is playing the Try Game version of this Game they acknowledge that they are not purchasing a Play and therefore the Game Price is not relevant and there are no Prizes.
Play Style, Play Symbols and determining a Valid Winning Play for Cash Rich
A Play Number is allocated to each Play, which can be found at the top right of the Game Play Window.
At the start of a Play, the Player is presented with a Game Play Window displaying three boxes with the labels, GAME 1, GAME 2 and GAME 3 (the 'Games'). These Games can be played in any order.
To the top left of the Game Play Window is Game 1, which consists of two rows labelled ROW 1 and ROW 2 (the 'Rows'). Each Row consists of two '£' motifs (each a 'Pound Sign'), a plus sign (+) between the two Pound Signs, an equals sign (=) after the Pound Signs, a question mark motif (?) and at the end of the Row, a PRIZE motif. Below Game 1 is the instruction: 'GAME 1: In a ROW, if the two numbers add up to SEVEN win PRIZE.'
To commence a Play of this Game, the Player must position the cursor over any of the Pound Signs or PRIZE motifs and click. On clicking on a PRIZE motif a monetary amount will be revealed (the 'Prize'). On clicking on a Pound Sign, both Pound Signs in that Row will reveal a number between 1 and 6, and the question mark (?) in that Row will then reveal the sum of the numbers beneath the Pound Signs. If the Player has not already revealed the Prize for that Row, it will reveal automatically. If the sum of the numbers under the Pound Signs in one Row add up to exactly 7 (and the number '7' is, accordingly, displayed under the question mark motif (?) next to the 'PRIZE' motif), the number '7' and the Prize will turn gold to indicate that the Player has won the Prize for that Row. The numbers and Prize in that Row will be highlighted for the remainder of the Game to indicate that the Player has won the Prize for that Row.
To the bottom left of the Game Play Window is Game 2, which consists of two rows labelled ROW 1 and ROW 2 (the 'Rows'). Each Row consists of two gold money bag motifs and a 'PRIZE' motif. Below Game 2 is the instruction: 'GAME 2: In a ROW, match two symbols to win PRIZE.' To commence a Play of this Game, the Player must position the cursor over any of the money bag motifs or 'PRIZE' motifs and click. On clicking on a 'PRIZE' motif a monetary amount will be revealed (the 'Prize'). On clicking on a money bag motif, both money bag motifs in that Row will reveal one of the following symbols: a ring, a green gem, a limousine, a watch, a pair of champagne flutes or a roll of banknotes (the 'Symbols'). If the Player has not already revealed the Prize for that Row, it will reveal automatically. If the Player reveals two matching Symbols in a Row, the Prize will turn gold. The Symbols and Prize will remain highlighted for the remainder of the Game to indicate that the Player has won the Prize for that Row.
To the bottom right of the Game Play Window is Game 3, which consists of four silver bars motifs in the 'YOUR NUMBERS' section with 'PRIZE' motifs underneath them, and a wad of cash motif in a separate 'WINNING NUMBER' section. Below Game 3 is the instruction: 'GAME 3: Match the WINNING NUMBER to any of YOUR NUMBERS to win PRIZE.'
To commence a play of this Game, the Player must position the cursor over the wad of cash motif, a silver bars motif or a 'PRIZE' motif and click. On clicking on a PRIZE motif a monetary amount will be revealed (the 'Prize'). On clicking on either the wad of cash motif or a silver bars motif, a number between 1 and 9 will be revealed. If the Player has clicked the silver bars motif, the Prize will reveal automatically for that motif in the 'YOUR NUMBERS' section. If the Player matches any of 'YOUR NUMBERS' to the 'WINNING NUMBER, the associated Prize will turn gold to indicate that the Player has won that amount. The 'WINNING NUMBER' and the number in the 'YOUR NUMBERS' section will turn red. The 'WINNING NUMBER', the number in the 'YOUR NUMBERS' section and the Prize will remain highlighted for the remainder of the Game to indicate that the Player has won the highlighted Prizes in that Game.
To the middle of the Game Play Window the following wording is displayed: 'IF YOU WIN AND THE PRIZE IS , WIN £25,000 EVERY YEAR FOR 10 YEARS'.
If the Player reveals a in a winning game, then the Player has won the Prize as indicated. Game Specific Rules apply.
If after a period of time the Player has not clicked any of the motifs in Games 1, 2, or 3, the clickable motifs that the Player needs to click on will animate to indicate that the Player must click on one of these motifs to commence or continue a Play.
When the Player has completed all three Games, a message will appear to the top of the Game Play Window indicating the amount the Player has won, if any. The word 'FINISH' will appear to the right of the message. The Player must click FINISH to complete the Game.
The Player of a Play of this Game, having in Game 1 revealed two numbers in a row which total exactly seven (7), and/or in Game 2 matched two Symbols in a row, and/or in Game 3 matched any of YOUR NUMBERS to the WINNING NUMBER shall, subject to the Rules, be entitled to the corresponding Prize(s). Prize amounts and odds of winning are as detailed in the table below:
|Prize Amount||Approx. odds (1 in x)|
|£5 (£2 + £3)||49|
|£10 (£2 x 5)||145|
|£10 (£5 x 2)||145|
|£20 (£5 x 4)||421|
|£20 (£2 + (£3 x 6))||421|
|£40 (£5 x 8)||653|
|£40 (£10 x 4)||653|
|£100 (£20 + (£40 x 2))||6,007|
|£100 ((£10 x 6) + (£20 x 2))||6,007|
|£100 (£20 x 5)||6,007|
|£200 ((£20 x 6) + (£40 x 2))||30,076|
|£1,000 ((£100 x 6) + (£200 x 2))||250,000|
|£5,000 (£1,000 x 5)||2,000,000|
|£25,000 every year for 10 years||4,000,000|
Only one Prize Amount can be won per Play as detailed in the Prize Amounts and Odds table above.
In the event of any discrepancy or inconsistency between these Game Procedures - Cash Rich (of which the above How to Play section forms part) and any other information issued by the Company in respect of this Game, the Game Procedures - Cash Rich will prevail.
GAME SPECIFIC RULES FOR CASH RICH ANNUITY PRIZES
When the National Lottery Interactive Instant Win Game "CASH RICH" (the "Game") is played, the Interactive Account Terms and Conditions (the "Terms and Conditions"), the Rules for Interactive Instant Win Games (the "Interactive Rules"), the Game Procedures for the Game (the "Procedures") and these Game Specific Rules (the "Rules") apply.
These Rules relate specifically to each Prize (as defined in Rule 9 below). If there is any conflict between the Interactive Rules, these Rules and the Procedures, these Rules and the Procedures will take priority unless the Interactive Rules say otherwise.
All National Lottery Rules and Procedures for Interactive Instant Win games are available on the National Lottery website (www.national-lottery.co.uk), by telephoning the Interactive Contact Centre on 0845 278 8000, or by writing to The National Lottery, PO BOX 251, Watford, WD18 9RN. For reference, note that these Rules and Procedures are not available to view on the mobile website.
All capitalised words and phrases in these Rules are explained in Rule 9 below.
1 Claiming Prizes
1.1 Prizes must be claimed before the Interactive Contact Centre closes on the 180th day after the day on which the Play was purchased. The opening hours of the Interactive Contact Centre are (at the date of printing these Rules) 8.00am to 11.00pm Monday to Sunday (including Christmas Day). Entitlement to a Prize will be lost if the Prize is not claimed by this deadline.
1.2 Prizes can only be claimed in person and only by appointment. In order to claim their Prize, a Claimant must telephone the Interactive Contact Centre by the deadline set out in Rule 1.1 above, and arrange an appointment with Camelot. Appointments for Claimants resident in the UK can be at the Claimant's home, a Regional Centre, or at another location agreed by Camelot. Appointments for Claimants resident on the Isle of Man must be at a Regional Centre.
1.3 During the telephone call with the Interactive Contact Centre, the Claimant will be asked for certain information, including their name, address, telephone number(s), date of birth and tax status ("Personal Information"). The Personal Information may be given to the Broker.
1.4 During the appointment with the Camelot representative(s), the Claimant will be asked to complete a Prize Claim Form and give it to the Camelot representative. The Claimant will also need to confirm the Personal Information given under Rule 1.3 above.
1.5 Camelot will try to arrange for a representative of the Broker to attend the appointment. If a representative of the Broker cannot attend, a second appointment will be required, and will be arranged for a time convenient for Camelot, the Claimant and the Broker.
2. Payment of Prizes
2.1 Once Camelot has authorised the Prize claim in line with the requirements of the Interactive Rules, the Procedures and these Rules, Camelot will pay the Prizewinner the First Prize Payment, unless Rule 2.7 or Rule 6 below applies. The First Prize Payment will be paid by bank transfer.
2.2 Unless Rule 2.7 or Rule 6 below applies, during the appointment attended by the Broker's representative, the Prizewinner will be required to complete and sign the Broker's purchased life annuity factfind form ("the Factfind Form") (without limiting the effect of Rule 5). In the Factfind Form, the Prizewinner will need to provide certain information including their full name, address, telephone number(s), date of birth and National Insurance Number. The Prizewinner will also need to provide income details and other financial information relevant to their tax status, details of current and past state of health and details of the bank or building society account the Annuity Payments are to be paid to. The Broker will then use the information to select and recommend to the Prizewinner a range (if possible) of suitable Annuity Providers who will pay the Annuity Payments in line with these Rules and the Broker's terms of business (which the Broker will provide to the Prizewinner). The Prizewinner will be required to choose one of the recommended Annuity Providers.
2.3 Once the Prizewinner has chosen an Annuity Provider and informed Camelot of this, the Prizewinner will need to complete the Annuity Provider's purchased life annuity application form ("the Proposal Form") and send this to the Broker. The Broker will then send the completed Proposal Form and the documents listed in Rule 2.4(b) below to the Annuity Provider, and will make payment (either by cheque or bank transfer) to the Annuity Provider for the Annuity Policy. Camelot accepts no liability for any Proposal Form and/or other documents being lost or delayed in the post.
2.4 By playing the Game, a Player accepts that (except when Rule 6 below applies) a Prizewinner will be required to:
(a) at the relevant time, complete, sign and return to the Broker the Factfind Form and the Proposal Form. If the Prizewinner is under 18 years old, their signature on the Proposal Form must be countersigned by one of their parents or their guardian;
(b) give to the Broker for sending to the Annuity Provider their birth certificate or a copy of their full passport, all relevant certificates recording any change of name (in place of any original certificate the Claimant can provide a copy, certified by the General Registry Office (England and Wales), the General Registry Office (Northern Ireland), the Registrar General (Scotland) or the Civil Registry (Isle of Man) as appropriate); and
(c) confirm to Camelot in writing that advice from the Broker has been received.
2.5 The Player also accepts and understands that:
(a) the Annuity Policy will be a contract between the Annuity Provider and the Prizewinner;
(b) Camelot has no liability of any nature in respect of the payment, non-payment or late payment of any or all Annuity Payments; and
(c) Camelot has no liability of any nature for any advice given by the Broker to a Prizewinner or for any loss of any nature including, but not limited to, indirect or consequential loss, suffered or incurred by a Prizewinner as a result of receiving such advice.
2.6 Camelot will try to ensure the Annuity Policy is in place within twelve weeks from the Prizewinner first meeting the Broker's representative. However, Camelot will not be liable in any way for any delay in setting up an Annuity Policy or for any loss of any nature suffered by a Prizewinner as a result of such delay.
2.7 If a claim for a Prize is made by a deceased Player's personal representative and the claim is accepted by Camelot in line with these Rules, the Prize will be £50,000. Camelot will pay this amount to the deceased Player's personal representatives.
2.8 Subject to any statutory cancellation right the Prizewinner has, and except as otherwise stated in these Rules (see Rule 6), there is no cash alternative to the Annuity Policy.
2.9 Subject to any statutory cancellation right the Prizewinner has, once the Annuity Policy has been set up it cannot be changed, surrendered or cashed-in.
Annuity Payments are taxable. The amount of tax payable will depend on the Prizewinner's circumstances. Prizewinners should contact Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs Tax Office for more information and may want to take their own professional advice.
The Annuity Policy will have a guarantee. This means that in the event that the Prizewinner dies within five years of winning a Prize, the Annuity Policy will continue to make Annuity Payments to the deceased Prizewinner's personal representatives from the date the Prizewinner dies until either the fifth anniversary of the First Annuity Payment Date or the Payment Date immediately before what would have been the deceased Prizewinner's ninetieth birthday, whichever happens first ("the Guarantee Period").
5. Non-residents of the United Kingdom and Isle of Man
If a Prizewinner is not resident in the United Kingdom or the Isle of Man on the date they complete or would otherwise have completed the Proposal Form, the Prizewinner will not be entitled to an Annuity Policy. If requested by the Broker, the Prizewinner will provide suitable evidence to establish whether or not they were a resident in the United Kingdom or the Isle of Man at the relevant time, which the Broker will send to the Annuity Provider. Camelot's decision is final and binding in any dispute relating to whether a Prizewinner is or is not resident in the United Kingdom, or the Isle of Man.
6. Cash Alternative
If a Prizewinner is not entitled to an Annuity Policy as a result of Rule 5 above, or an Annuity Policy cannot otherwise be provided to a Prizewinner for reasons out of Camelot's control, Camelot shall provide a cash alternative to the Prizewinner. The amount of the cash alternative will be the amount Camelot would have had to pay to establish and fund an annuity policy (without the guarantee referred to in Rule 4 above) if the Prizewinner was a resident of the United Kingdom or Isle of Man and had been entitled to an Annuity Policy under these Rules. If the First Prize Payment has already been paid to the Prizewinner, this will be deducted from the amount of the cash alternative to be provided to the Prizewinner.
7.1 If Camelot is required to reveal a Prizewinner's identity to a third party in connection with setting up an Annuity Policy, Camelot will try its best to ensure that the third party keeps the Prizewinner's identity confidential. However, Camelot cannot guarantee that the third party will treat the Prizewinner's identity as confidential, and is not responsible or liable if this information is released by that third party to others.
7.2. The Prizewinner acknowledges that the Broker is allowed to pass to Camelot, and Camelot is allowed to pass to the National Lottery Commission, a copy of any quote the Broker has received for an Annuity Policy, and the name of the Annuity Provider for that Annuity Policy.
The relevant law for these Rules is English law, and any legal proceedings will be heard in the English Courts.
9. Meaning of Words
Capitalised words and terms in these Rules have the meanings set out below. Any capitalised words or terms not explained below will, except where the context implies otherwise, have the meaning given to them in the Interactive Rules.
Annuity Payment: £25,000 (less any appropriate amount for tax - see Rule 3), being one yearly instalment payable under an Annuity Policy. "Annuity Payments" shall be interpreted accordingly.
Annuity Payment Period: the period starting on the First Annuity Payment Date (after the First Prize Payment has been made) and ending on either the ninth Payment Date, or the end of the Guarantee Period (defined in Rule 4) if applicable.
Annuity Policy: the policy schedule, policy provisions and other documents which make up a lifetime annuity policy. The Annuity Policy will be established by the Annuity Provider for a Prizewinner's own life, in line with these Rules.
Annuity Provider: a company authorised to issue annuities in the United Kingdom or Isle of Man. The Annuity Provider will be one of those providers chosen by the Broker (in line with any criteria specified by Camelot) and recommended to and accepted by the Prizewinner.
Broker: Buck Consultants (Administration & Investment) Limited, whose registered office is at 160 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4AN or any other broker Camelot chooses to appoint.
Camelot: Camelot UK Lotteries Limited, a company registered in England and Wales.
Claimant: a player who makes a claim for a Prize within the claim period set out in Rule 1.1.
First Annuity Payment Date: the policy start date as set out in the Annuity Policy.
First Prize Payment: the first Prize payment of £25,000, paid to a Prizewinner in line with Rule 2.1.
Payment Date: the day in a calendar month on which an Annuity Payment will be paid, as set out in the Annuity Policy.
Prize: a prize entitling a Prizewinner to either (a) the First Prize Payment and, during the Annuity Payment Period, the Annuity Payments, or (b) if either Rule 2.7 or Rule 6 above applies, to a lump sum in line with the relevant Rule, subject to the Interactive Rules and these Rules.
Prizewinner: a Claimant whose Prize claim is authorised by Camelot in line with the Interactive Rules and these Rules.
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