WEIRD FACTS ABOUT
LOTTERY

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LOTTERY

According to a study by UK National Lottery operator Camelot, about half the jackpot winners in the lottery move house within three months of their win.

Apart from that, the following items were identified as those most likely to have money spent on them:

30% of winners employ someone to clean their house

29% buy a hot tub

28% buy a walk-in wardrobe

24% have electric gates installed on their new home

22% set up a games room

22% buy a dog

17% buy a snooker table

16% install a gym in their house

12% have a bar installed in their home

4% buy a cat


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