We figure the pegs cost $2.50. Money borrowed from film crew. Clothesline was already there. Movie taken by iPhone? Must be the cheapest commercial ever. Clever! What do you think?
It's part of the winning ritual - lottery jackpot winners photographed holding an oversized cardboard check with the gigantic prize amount shown on it. But could these lucky recipients take the signed check down to the bank and cash it?Read More
The latest ad from the National Lottery has caused a hissyfit from cat lovers. And hundreds of people have complained to the Advertising Standards Authority along with criticism on social media.Read More
Got 10 minutes? Grab a cup of coffee and settle down on the sofa, because this collection of hilarious tv lottery advertisements will be the happiest time you've had all day.
See if you agree with one of the commenters about this medieval-styled ad for the New York Lottery’s Take 5 game. What were the odds of winning again? You’ll remember for sure after seeing it!
Just released today, this ad is a new way of looking at promoting winning the lottery for Camelot, the organisation which runs the UK National Lottery.
Sam LeCoeur, managing partner at Adam&Eve/DDB which made the 2-minute commercial, says in a statement: “The moment we started working with Camelot, our shared ambition was simple: to build a new emotional relationship with our audience that shows the amazing things that can happen for families, communities and the nation, as a result of simply buying a National Lottery ticket.’’
Watch and see if you agree.
Modeler Phillip Fickling (inset) made the origami lottery ticket palm tree for this advertising billboard.
Believe it or not - the paper lottery model in this billboard was made from just one ticket. Phillip Fickling, who goes by the occupation of Paper Engineer, patiently created the extraordinary model for the New Zealand Lotteries ads. See more of his work…Read More
Nobody has hours to spend gazing at the construction of a new ad on a lottery billboard any longer. So imagine our delight when we saw this sped-up video version showing the morning’s work in just 2 minutes. The workers added a money extension and the spangle effect should look great at night. Take a look…
Robots discuss winning the lottery in this clever tv commercial by Denver agency Cactus + SPILLT.
Here's a selection of funny lottery game number pickers that is hard to believe will work. But some people buy them - even praise them. Don’t get fooled, they are just toys, not serious lottery number selectors.Read More