by Renee Israel
The UK Lottery has launched a brand new instant game which has the potential
to pay players thousands of pounds in prize money.
The instant win Money Comb is, according to the UK Lottery "the bees knees"
and gives players the opportunity to win up to £70,000.
Tickets to this game cost a mere £2.
"Roll the die to buzz around the honeycomb collecting symbols to fill your
prize table - match a compete line to win," invites the lottery. "Land on a
travelator hexagon and you collect two symbols at once. What's more, you have a
chance to win instantly and play mini games."
Players can try the new Money Comb game for free at the UK Lottery site,
although naturally no prizes are paid on 'play for fun' games.
The overall odds of winning a prize in Money Comb are very generous - one in
Money Comb Mini Games
There are several mini games offered in the UK Lottery Money
Comb instant win game which makes it that much more rewarding and
The Flowers Mini Game
Players are presented with a new game window which displays 5
closed flowers. Players need to click on them in order to display a prize.
Jars Mini Game
This mini game is also played in a second window and players are
presented with three honey jars. Players are given instructions to pick one
honey jar to collect the prize under the lid.
Multiple National Lottery Instant Win Games
The National Lottery boasts multiple instant win games, over and
above the new Money Comb instant win online game
These include Bingo, which offers players the option to play
with four cards and win up to £300,000 on a £3 wager.
Monopoly Gold Edition allows players to roll the dice and play
for real prizes of up to £50,000.
Cash Eggstravanganza, calls for players to reveal three match
cash amounts in order to win up to £5,000 on a £1 purchase.
Cars and Cash offers two games to play and seven chances to win
up to £50,000 for just £2, while £250,000 Purple offers three games to play and
the option to win up to eight times for just £2.
Lucky Lines carries a top £40,000 prize if players reveal a line
of lucky symbols, while the all-favourite Scrabble costs only £2 to enter and
offers prizes of up to £75,000.