Want to win big? Play free Lottery and win Cash Prizes


FreeLotto®, a patented Internet sweepstakes played by users from around the world, offers multimillion-dollar cash prizes. Registered players are offered six games daily that they play in succession: Classic FreeLotto with a first prize of $1 million, FreeLotto Win A Car, FreeLotto Pay Off Your Mortgage, FreeLotto FastCash, FreeLotto $100,000 GiveAway, and FreeLotto SuperBucks, with a jackpot of $10 million. Players must be at least 18 and follow certain other rules. To offer the games free of charge, FreeLotto’s parent company PlasmaNet, Inc., headquartered in New York City, requires players to answer a question and view an advertisement to submit their FreeBet.

More than 64 million people have played FreeLotto since its inception in 1999. The top-ranked Internet sweepstakes and promotion website, according to PlasmaNet, FreeLotto has players in more than 200 countries. To date, players have been awarded more than $95 million in prize money. Additionally, in 2003, PlasmaNet management developed a charitable aspect of its online lottery-style sweepstakes. Through the company’s Click2Give Program, winners of small prizes of $1 and $5 have the option to donate their winnings to one of 23 international charities. The Click2Give Program is aligned with respected nonprofits such as The Robin Hood Foundation, The Association for Science in Autism Treatment, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Player donations, combined with PlasmaNet contributions, have resulted in more than $1.8 million in charitable assistance.

In addition to free play, the company also offers an optional subscription program. For $14.99 monthly, people can subscribe to FreeLotto F.A.S.T and have their selected numbers played automatically in all six games daily. Using FreeLotto F.A.S.T. does not increase the odds of winning but does provide automatic assurance that a player’s numbers are played every day. A subscriber can cancel at any time. All players have the option of cancelling their daily emails through a one-click-opt-out link. For more details on how to play, information on fraud alerts, and to learn how to claim a prize, visit

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