Our new home is cheap to run.
In the week we've been here, I've already saved $100 a week on the power bill.
Yes - that's a hundred bucks in a WEEK...
All because this place is smaller and better insulated.
I'm looking out on a cold harbor right now, and the rain is pouring down.
But in my beachfront office (not the photo above) I'm cozy warm - even though the heater has been off for days.
You can make savings on your lotto ticket buying too.
You don't have to do anything as dramatic as shifting homes to get more out of your lotto ticket spend.
Here's three way you can stretch your dollar:
SAVING #1. Change your game.
If you love the idea of collecting hundreds of millions from Powerball, Lotto Max, Mega Millions or EuroMillions, then don't stop playing.
But if you want to get more out of your dollar, go for a 3-star game as shown by your LottoPredict chart:
Often these lower jackpot games are cheaper to buy tickets.
And as an added bonus, they get you better odds.
SAVING #2. Use the tools.
Your first essential is using LottoPredict. It tells you when to play.
But more importantly, it tells you when NOT to play, saving you money right away:
However you may notice that some weeks LottoPredict tells you not to play, and you want to taste the action.
Then get PRO Custom Profiles for your game.
That means you can play EVERY game whenever you want without waiting for LottoPredict to come up with a green square: thelottolife.com/pro
SAVING #3. Spend less.
You don't always have to play to the maximum. The Silver Lotto System is designed to get the most out of every single dollar.
I recommend playing a minimum of 10-20 tickets.
And of course, make sure you play the same ones each time.
Don Kellough spent just over 30 dollars and here's what he got:
Ken, I spent $30 on our 6/49 draw and 5 of my numbers paid for $1,889.40 and I also got 4 numbers for $68.40 a grand total of $1,957.80. I just checked my numbers and I got 5 numbers again for another $2,463 for the December 22nd draw. That's a total of $4420.80 in one week. Amazing system!
Don Kellough, Canada
So while you can throw a lot of money at the lottery and win, sometimes a smaller amount is just fine.
And don't forget - Winners Take Action!