January Jackpot 2022: Eight people must win £22,000 this week!

23 January 2022, 22:30

Heart reporter

By Heart reporter

Eight people will win £22,000 between January 24 and January 28th! Will YOU be one of them?

To start the year, we are turning up the feel good… and making 20 people a MASSIVE £22,000 richer THIS MONTH! It’s our HUGE game... Heart’s 2022 January Jackpot!!!

You are listening for the ‘January Jackpot song’. When you hear that between 8am and 4pm weekdays on Heart, you need to text the word WIN and the name of the artist to 82122.

We’ll randomly select someone to come on air and if that’s you, we’ll tell you exactly how much money you’ve won. It COULD be an incredible £22,000!

Texts cost £2 plus your standard network rate. Once the song starts, you’ll have 10 minutes to enter, if you text after that – you won't be entered but you may still be charged. You must be 18 or over and live in Great Britain to play this Heart Network game, and all the rules are HERE.

One song could win YOU up to £22,000 - every single day – every time we play!

Heart’s 2022 January Jackpot – listen to Heart Breakfast with Jamie Theakston & Amanda Holden – weekday mornings at 8am, then play throughout your workday with Pandora and Matt Wilkinson until 4pm. YOU could win an INCREDIBLE £22,000!!!

Make sure you sign up to Heart’s Text Club here. It’s free to join, and from time to time we may send you promotional offers such as free additional entries into the competition. We’ll send these offers by SMS to the number you signed up with.

Leanne is a finance manager at a primary school. She was the first in the office this morning when she heard the January Jackpot song. Her partner and three kids were all in the car listening to Heart on the school run and heard their mum on the radio!

They’ve never been abroad as a family so Leanne is keen to spend the cash on a big holiday for them all, after a quick trip to the passport office. Her colleagues arrived shortly after we’d spoken to her and found her shaking! They’ve made her a cup of tea with lots of sugar to sort her out.