Frequently Asked Questions
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What is a syndicate?

A lottery syndicate is a group of players that decide to pool their chances of winning. The syndicate buys a number of tickets and divide the prizes among the members. Playing as part of a syndicate significantly increases your chance of winning. In fact, it is the only legitimate way of increasing your odds of a jackpot prize.

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Are syndicates legal?

Yes. The UK Lottery gives advice on setting up a syndicate via its website.

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Why should I join Super Syndicate?

Super Syndicate allows you to join a large syndicate that increases your chances of a big win. We take care of purchasing the tickets every week and will notify you if your syndicate wins.

We collect money automatically and our syndicates are limited to 1000 members so that the prize pool is not distributed across too many members.

Finally, we are the only syndicate group that plays the Euromillions lottery, Scoop6 and football pools giving you unique access to all the biggest jackpots available in the UK.

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Are you related to Camelot Group, the Nat. Lottery, the Football Pools or a Bookmaker?

Super Syndicate is a completely independent company set up solely to run our syndicates. We are not linked to any gambling or lottery organisation.

All tickets purchased by Super Syndicate are done so via official ticket suppliers under the standard Retailer Agreement or purchased using the official website. Super Syndicate is not affiliated with Camelot Group or any other group/company.

All Scoop6 bets are placed online via a number of officially licensed bookmakers, in order to obtain the best odds available, although we cannot guarantee we will obtain the best odds every time.

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How can I contact SuperSyndicate?

We'd love to hear from you, especially if you have comments, suggestions or questions! You can contact us via email at

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How do I join Super Syndicate?

You can join the EuroMillions Lottery syndicate here. You can join the Scoop6 syndicate here and you can join the Football Pools here. If you would like to join all syndicates, you can do so here.

All subscription plans are processed through an online payment gateway, which is the most secure way to do online transactions.

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Can I join if I live outside of the UK?

Yes! is a ideal way for anyone to have a chance of winning the UKs biggest jackpots. You can play the EuroMillions Lottery, the Scoop6 or the Football Pools. Some UK competitions only allow UK residents to participate, but as Supersyndicate purchases all the tickets on your behalf, you can still play via us. That means you can still join in and you are also eligible for a share of the jackpot just as all our others members do.

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What e-mail notifications will you send me?

First of all, we'll send you an e-mail to welcome you to Super Syndicate. After this, we will only e-mail you when something happens, for example, if a ticket you are playing wins a prize.

You will also receive an email if you choose to unsubscribe. You may also get periodical e-mails to inform you of any changes to our syndicates or Terms and Conditions.

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How do I unsubscribe?

To unsubscribe from any of our syndicates, you can either cancel your payment via the payment website or you can use the unsubscribe button found at the bottom of this page.

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How much does the service cost?

There are no extra charges to use Super Syndicate. You will only ever pay your weekly subscription amount. There are no hidden costs that you will incur.

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How do I deposit money into my account?

We do not collect money on deposit. Super Syndicate is a weekly subscription service so we only collect weekly amounts. Not only is this easier for you to manage, but it keeps the money in your accounts for longer and is safer for all our members too.

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What do I do if my card payment was declined?

We will send you an e-mail notification if we fail to take payment from your card. If your card payment is declined, it may mean that it has expired or you do not have enough funds in your bank account.

To make sure you can still play in your syndicate for that week, you can manually transfer money to us if you have missed your automatic payment.

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How do I know my payments are safe?

All our online payments are authorised and processed by a leading online payment gateway.

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Can I be a member of more than one syndicate at Super Syndicate?

Yes, you can join one, two or join all three syndicates and save yourself an incredible 33% per week. You can play each syndicate more than once too, just by adding more weekly payments. The more times you play, the bigger slice of the prize fund you will receive.

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How many members can join a syndicate?

In order that any prize fund is not split too much, there is a limit of the number of members in each syndicate. The limit is 1000 members in each syndicate. Players can maintain their membership by paying their direct debit each week. If a player misses 3 payments in a row then they may forfeit their membership to a player on our waiting list.

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Can I trade/sell my membership?

Yes, you can trade sell your membership but only through the website. If the syndicate membership is full or close to full and the Syndicate is very successful, then people may be prepared to pay a premium to become a member. There is one membership per one weekly payment.

If you wish to try and sell your membership, please email our support team and your membership will be listed on the website for 21 days. During these 21 days you must continue to make your weekly payments. You may set a Fixed Price or ask for Offers above a set amount. The offers will be sent to Supersyndicate administrators. If you receive an offer equal or above your price limit, then you are obliged to sell your membership. Super Syndicate charges a fixed 10 percent administration fee for processing your sale, which is deducted from the sale amount. If you do not receive an offer, you may continue with your membership or cancel your payment and your membership will go into the available membership pool.

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Can I leave one syndicate and continue to play in another?

Yes, you can leave any syndicate when you like, although if you cancel your subscription you will need to rejoin the syndicate you wish to continue to play. You must inform Super Syndicate by e-mail if you intend to leave one syndicate and join another in advance of cancelling your subscriptions. If a member cancels their subscription, then any prize winnings associated with that account are cancelled along with the account information.

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How do I change the tickets my syndicate is playing?

Super Syndicate manages all the tickets for both the EuroMillions and the Scoop6 syndicates, so you do not need to go out and purchase tickets or be concerned over duplicate tickets being bought.

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Do I have to buy tickets every week?

Not anymore! Super Syndicate takes care of buying the tickets each and every week on behalf of its Syndicate members, so you do not have the worry of missing a draw! Super Syndicate is a subscription service so we will debit your account each week to play. We only take payment for one week in advance.

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How do syndicate members pay for tickets?

Super Syndicate works via a subscription service so the correct amount is debited from members accounts each week, which then go towards the cost of the shared tickets for the syndicate.

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How many tickets will each syndicate play?

The number of tickets played in each syndicate depends on the number of subscribing members each week. The subscriptions are calculated each week before the tickets are purchased to ensure everyone who has paid a subscription is included. Super syndicate has a number of administration costs to cover. The number of tickets purchased to members is on a one to ten ratio for all syndicates. Tickets are usually purchased the day before the draw, races or matches depending on the syndicate.

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How can I be sure that the tickets are bought every week?

Super Syndicate purchases the tickets for your syndicate. A copy of every ticket purchased is stored on the syndicates behalf, and all members can request these details.

Every ticket is also logged with the time and date the sale was made, the ticket identification number and all other security and verification details. This information is available for all participating members.

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What if I want to play more tickets as a syndicate member?

You are not limited to only one share of each syndicate. You may play as many times as you wish to improve your chances and have a bigger share of the prize fund.

If you wish to join more than one, just go through the payment process and create as many subscriptions as you wish to play. Please remember that this is a weekly cost.

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How can I see all the tickets my syndicate has played?

Super Syndicate does not list all the tickets played in each draw for both security reasons and for the safety of our members. This is to ensure that any unique numbers are kept confidential as well as securing unique permutations to prevent others playing the same and taking a share of the jackpot. The number of tickets played and any reference numbers can be provided to syndicate members on demand.

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How can I see all the selections my syndicate is playing this week?

Super Syndicate does not list the selections made for the weekly draws. This is to ensure our selections are kept unique and therefore cannot be copied or used by other individuals/syndicates. If other syndictes were to copy our selections, then there would be more winning tickets in circulation, reducing the potential winnings. This would affect our ability to collect large jackpots or winnings, which are shared amongst our membership.

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Who runs the Euromillion draws?

EuroMillions is a transcountry lottery, launched on 7 February 2004 by Frances Française des Jeux, Spains Loterías y Apuestas del Estado and the United Kingdom's Camelot Group. The first draw was held on Friday 13 February 2004 in Paris. Initially, only the UK, France and Spain participated, with the Austrian, Belgian, Irish, Luxembourgish, Portuguese and Swiss lotteries joining for the 8 October 2004 drawing.

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How does Super Syndicate buy Euromillions Lottery tickets?

All tickets on Super Syndicate are purchased either online via the Official Lottery website or using Lottery terminals licensed by Camelot Group under the standard Retailer Agreement. Every ticket is logged with the time and date the sale was made, the ticket identification number and all other security and verification details.

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How much could I win playing the Euromillions lottery?

EuroMillions is a pooled lottery so the jackpot and winnings is made up from a pool of money created from all the entrants. If the jackpot is not won, it is rolled over to the next draw. The jackpot is capped to EUR190 million and if the jackpot is not won after two draws, the prize money will be distributed amongst the winners at the next level. EUR190 million equates to nearly £150 million so this would be more mney than you could ever dream of!

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Who chooses the numbers to play for the Euromillions lottery?

The team at Super Syndicate purchase the Euromillions tickets using the lucky dip system. This creates some truely random selections and is the best way to avoid duplicate numbers being chosen. The majority of winners tend to win with random chosen numbers because humans, when selecting numbers by choice, tend to pick numbers in patterns, whereas the draw is done by a machine which selects completely random numbers.

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What currency will the winnings be paid in?

All transactions at Super Syndicate are done in GBP. The winnings to all syndicate members will also be distributed back in GBP.

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What is Scoop6?

The Scoop6 is a competition in which you must correctly identify the six winners of weekly designated races; if your six horses are placed you have the consolation of the Place fund. This pot can still offer vast riches, as a record Place dividend of £75,648.40 in October 2009 illustrates. The amount you win, rather like the lottery, is dependent on the size of the pool divided by the amount of winning tickets.

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I do not know anything about horse racing, can I still play?

If you do not know anything about horse racing, then Super Syndicate is perfect for you because we place all the bets on your behalf. As a member of the Scoop6 Syndicate you still get to enjoy a share of all the winnings without having to worry about remembering to buy a ticket, place any bets or trying to understand betting odds because we take care of all the hard work for you.

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Why is Scoop6 included in your Syndicates?

Scoop6 is quite an unusual competition to be used in a Syndicate but this is exactly why we wanted to include it. Not only does it give people a new route into trying a new way to win money, the odds are a lot better than playing some other games. Combined with a jackpot that grows as it rolls over, it offers some of the biggest jackpots available. Super Syndicate looks for the best opportunities to win big so it just had to be part of our Syndicates.

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Who chooses the selection of horses?

Super Syndicate takes care of all the tickets for the Scoop6 Syndicate. This not only removes any worries for people who do not follow horse racing but also avoids any issues with duplicate bets being placed. This ensures that all our members have th best chance possible of winning on the Scoop6 Syndicate.

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How much could I win playing in the Scoop6 Syndicate?

The jackpots for Scoop6 are dictated by the number of tickets sold each week and how many weeks the jackpot rolls over. It has been known for the jackpot to rollover many times, with the jackpot rising to over £2 million on occasion.

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What is the Football Pools?

The Football Pools (the brand created when Littlewoods and Vernons Pools combined in 2008) is owned and operated by Sportech PLC, one of the worlds leading pools and tote gaming companies. Sportech has a presence in over 30 jurisdictions, and process over £8 Billion in pools and tote bets annually.

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How does the Classic football pools work?

The Football Pools competition works by trying to select which football matches will end in a score draw, such as 1-1, 2-2 etc...

The Classic Pools option gives the player 10 picks from 49 match selections. The best 8 results are used to calculate the players score. The prize fund is then distributed to the top 3 scoring groups.

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How much does the football pools cost?

To play in our Football Pools Syndicate costs £2 per week. If you join all 3 of our Suyndicates, it costs £4 per week which is a £2 saving per week.

The Classic Football Pools tickets costs £1 per week. As all our Syndicatescost £2 per week, so we play double the number of tickets each week for the football pools to ensure an equal amount is spent across all of our Syndicate entries.

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Which matches are selected for the Football Pools?

The 49 match selections are automatically selected by the Football Pools company each week. These matches are usually picked from the English and Scottish football leagues, although sometimes other European matches are chosen. in the summer months Australian matches are usually selected.

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Who chooses the match picks for the Syndicate?

SuperSyndicate take care of all the match picks for each week. This is to ensure that every ticket played has a unique combination of picks so that there are no duplicate tickets. Our football experts try to pick the games that are most likely to end in a draw to give everyone the best chance of winning the jackpot.

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How much could the Football Pools Syndicate win?

There are three Prize funds and one Bonus Prize. The three Prize funds are awarded as follows:

  • 1st (highest number of points achieved)
  • 2nd (second highest number of points achieved)
  • 3rd (third highest number of points achieved)

There will be one Bonus Prize available to be won in respect of each Game. The Bonus Prize will be awarded to the winner of the 1st Full Time Prize where such winner is the sole winner of such Prize. In the event that there are two or more winners of the 1st Full Time Prize, the Bonus Prize shall be rolled over to the next Game. For the avoidance of doubt, the Bonus Prize will be paid in addition to the 1st Full Time Prize that is awarded to the sole winner of the 1st Full Time Prize.

There is also a £3 million top prize if an Entry contains at least 8 High Score Draws in a Line and the total number of goals scored in the 8 High Score Draws contained in that Line is 40 or more goals that Customer will receive an extra £3 Million in addition to their Winnings. In the event that more than one Customers Entry has at least 8 High Score Draws in a Line and the total number of goals scored in the 8 High Score Draws contained in such Line is 40 or more goals, the £3 Million will be shared between such winning Customers.

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What happens if my syndicate wins a prize?

When your syndicate wins any kind of prize, the winnings are divided proportionately among all the members within the syndicate. Super Syndicate keeps records of all winnings for every member.

Super Syndicate will also notify you by e-mail when you win a prize. If the prize is large, we may also contact you by telephone to announce the win. It is not possible to lose a ticket or forget to claim a prize.

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Why are the weekly syndicate winnings not shown on the website?

Due to data protection and privacy, we are unable to publise individual syndicate weekly winnings on our website. We are able to highlight which syndicates have won prize money that week.

The members of each syndicate will receive an email if they are part of a winning syndicate and this will contain a full breakdown of the prizes won for each syndicate that week. This ensures the confidentiality of prize money awarded to all our members is maintained.

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How are prizes distributed to syndicate members?

Prizes are divided and distributed based on each syndicate member's share of the prize pool.

For example, if you play one subscription per week, you will receive one share of the prize pool for that week. If you pay two subscriptions per week then you will receive two shares of the prize pool that week and so on. The prize is split equally between all the members of that syndicate. If you play in more than one syndicates, then you will receive a share from each of the prize pools if they both win.

Prizes are usually paid back into the same account that your subscription is taken from, although we can also pay out via bank transfer.

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How much money could I win?

This depends on which Syndicates you belong to and how many members play in that Syndicate.

At Super Syndicate, we are striving to win the big jackpots. This is why we choose to play the EuroMillions lottery, Scoop 6 and Football Pools because these all offer the best jackpots available. We cannot be specific about possible winnings as the jackpots change every week. You can be assured that when you join Super Syndicate you are joining other like minded people who are looking to win and want to get rich!

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How can I withdraw my winnings?

To withdraw your prize fund, which is greater than £50, please contact us and we will organize the payment. Depending on the size of the transfer, we may pay by cheque, bank transfer or via an online payment.

If your prize balance is very low, we recommend that you leave the funds on account, as any withdrawals totalling £50 or less will be charged an administration fee of £10 per transaction.

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Will my information be made public or available to everyone?

When you join Super Syndicate, your details will only be shared to our administration team. No other members are able to see any of your details. Your details are not shown to anyone on the website or used when purchasing tickets.

If you win a prize, we will not publicise any of your details without your written consent, save for the purposes of what is required by law. For more information, see the terms and conditions

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How do I close my account/unsubscribe?

There are few ways to close your account or unsubscribe. Please contact us directly and provide your details and we can cease your subscription.

Alternatively, you can login into your payment account and cancel your subscription plan directly.

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