Spring Superdraw 2019
The top prize
Which would you choose? With £15,000 you could book a luxury holiday or splash out on a shopping spree. Or, why not treat yourself to a new set of wheels?
What else could you win?
There are also lots of other great prizes up for grabs including Amazon Kindle e-readers (x10), luxury hampers (x5) and £25 John Lewis gift vouchers (x27).
How your support helps
As well as having the chance to win great prizes, playing the Superdraw means you'll be helping to fund more research, develop better treatments and get us closer to finding cures.
Cancer survival has doubled in just 40 years and now 2 in 4 people diagnosed with cancer in the UK survive their disease for 10 years or more. By 2034, we want to see 3 in 4 people living in the UK survive their cancer for 10 years or more.
One way we are ensuring this happens is through improving treatment. That’s true for Thea, whom after being diagnosed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia (APL) in 2014, took part in a Cancer Research UK-funded clinical trial called AML17. This trial aims to find the best combinations of treatments for the disease.
By playing our Superdraw today, you can help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
Did you know?
In 2018, 46% of the proceeds from the sale of entries to our lottery and superdraw were used to help support our vital work. We used the rest to grow and administer our lotteries and superdraws and to pay prizes.
Are you a winner?
We are committed to ensuring our Superdraw activity is operated in a fair and socially responsible manner. For more information, including advice on responsible gambling, please read our Social Responsibility Policy.
Are you gambling more than you really want to? If you would like to be excluded from Cancer Research UK superdraws and lotteries, please download, complete and return this Gambling Self Exclusion Form
The Cancer Research UK Weekly Lottery (the "Lottery") is licensed by the Gambling Commission under the Gambling Act 2005. View our Gambling commission license (reference 5026)
Promoter: Cancer Research UK, Angel Building, 407 St John Street, London, EC1V 4AD. Responsible Person: Edward Aspel.