The new-look Treasureline will include cash prizes with a weekly opportunity to win a Rollover Extra prize of up to £10,000. There is still a weekly jackpot of £1,000 and other consolation prizes ranging from £10 to £250.
We also have other new prizes available which can be won either weekly or monthly. Some of these prizes include a family day out to AMF Bowling, including food and drinks, a family ticket to Bury Roller Rink and a hamper of fresh fruit and veg delivered directly to your home courtesy of NetVeg, to name but a few.
We have many more sponsored prizes coming soon so be sure to keep an eye out on our website and social media for announcements.
Results will be placed online each week at www.buryfc.co.uk/treasureline and it’s now possible to join via Direct Debit through our new online registration on the website. Click here to join now.
If you have any questions about any aspect of the draw then please don’t hesitate to contact a member of the Treasureline team at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call on 0161 764 4881 (opt 6).
CEO Karl Evans, said "I’m really excited about the changes we have made to Treasureline as it offers all our loyal and new customers an opportunity to win increased amounts of cash and a range of prizes that can be used by themselves, family or friends.
"The revenue generated from Treasureline assists us to develop young talent at the Club both educationally and football wise which is at the core of our strategy moving forward.
I can only thank you for your support and wish you the very best of luck!"
Monies raised via Treasureline supports:
The Treasureline Lottery helps Bury FC support our local community in raising funds for the development of our Academy and Junior teams. In addition, supports our wider community engagement programme with local schools and sports clubs.
The whole Bury FC family and everybody connected with the club hopes that you will get behind the new Treasureline Lottery and help us to generate much-needed funds for the Academy teams, who have reached the quarter finals of the youth FA Cup, and the many other community projects.