The True 'Hidden' Costs Of Playing The Lottery - And It's Less Than You Think

I've been looking for an electric car for a while.

We haven't got Tesla here yet, and many other brands are just not practical.

But this afternoon I jumped into a Mitsubishi PHEV like the one in the photo above, and it seems like a great deal.

You can run it entirely on battery power for 50kms (31 miles).

Then it uses a 2-liter gas-powered motor so you don't have to worry about getting stuck on the side of the road when your battery runs out.

It seems too good to be true... a bit unbelievable, like Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster in space last week.


I asked for the 'hidden' cost of running this vehicle, and the salesman said it was zero.

Or not far from it...

If you did less than 50kms a day and charged it from your wall plug overnight, you can run it on battery every day for less than $300 a year.

That's $6 a week.

So I was happy to talk about a similar advantage for lotto when a player contacted me.

I had just finished the new LottoPredict chart this morning when Jesse emailed me.

She asked: "Are there any extra costs when I buy your System?"

As it happens, LottoPredict is the only extra cost.

And many people don't realise this - it's as little as $6.60 a month.

Some freak out when they see this figure...

Surely it's a weekly amount, they think.

Nope, once a month.

Four times cheaper than running an electric car!

To get it, you just sign into your Silver Lotto Membership Site.

Then go to the LottoPredict menu.

Or get more information on the LottoPredict page.

Anyone can afford this great service, so I rarely make a fuss about promoting it.

It sells itself.

When I told Jesse this, she was delighted.

But it's true - there are no other costs except buying your tickets.

And if you don't even want to do that, then you should get a Winner's Circle subscription.

With one easy monthly payment you get all the fuss and bother of buying tickets taken away from you.

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