While most people gamble for enjoyment and entertainment, there are some people for whom gambling is a problem that can cause financial and personal distress.
Your Jet Life is committed to providing a safe environment for lottery players to buy and manage their lottery entries online and does not encourage excessive gambling or extending yourself beyond your financial means. If you feel that your gambling is no longer fun, please seek assistance.
Gambling Help offers various tools to check on your spending.
If you feel that you or a family member may have a problem with gambling, we strongly encourage you to call Gambling Help on 1800 858 858 or visit www.gamblinghelponline.org.au. Gambling Assistance is a national organisation that offers free and confidential counselling and referral services, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
To view services in your state visit https://www.gamblinghelponline.org.au.
Our agents can also assist you with options for restricting the spending on your account. Our team can be contacted via phone 1800 976 114, chat or email@example.com. They can set up various restrictions on your account:
The odds for each game are displayed on the play page. This page shows the odds of winning each division, how to play the game and view the draws.
Purchasing via Your Jet Life is prohibited for those under 18's. Your jet Life employs a range of initiatives to validate members' identities and ages, and it is a requirement of membership of our site to provide identification when requested.
If sufficient identification is not provided promptly your account can be terminated and any winnings withheld until you can sufficiently prove your identity and ownership of the account.
You will not be able to withdrawal your prizes until you complete ID Verification on your account. It is essential that your account is verified, in some states ID Verification is required before you purchase.
As part of Your Jet Life' commitment to responsible gambling, we comply with each State and Territory's Codes of Practice. For more information on your states code of practice: