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What to spend your winnings on in 2020

Buying a season ticket to watch your favourite team is pointless because you won’t be allowed through the turnstile. If you decide to jet off on holiday, your health insurance might not be valid and you might even have to quarantine for two weeks when you get back. Even nightclubs are still closed for the time being to try and reduce the spread of COVID-19. So when you do win big at the expense of the bookies, what can you spend your money on in 2020? Here are a few ideas on how to spend your winnings in 2020.

Improving your health

The athletes you bet on are some of the most physically fit people in the world. It’s only natural to aspire to be close to or equally as fit as them. If you’re a few pounds overweight, or not muscular enough to be able to lift anything heavy, it can be hard to know where to start when it comes to getting into shape. Whatever exercise routine you choose, it’s important to set yourself goals to help motivate yourself.

Many people work out so they can lose weight or gain bigger or more defined muscles. These are easy to track by just hopping on the scales, grabbing a tape measure or even looking in a mirror. One of the major ways exercise can benefit your health is a lot harder to measure. By reducing your blood pressure with a more active lifestyle, you can reduce the risk of a heart attack, a stroke or even developing dementia in later life. The best way to measure what effect exercise is having on your blood pressure is to purchase one of the many fitness trackers with blood pressure monitoring on the market. They look just like a watch, and constantly monitor your heart rate when you’re working out or just relaxing. Once you know your normal blood pressure, you can work towards reducing it.

A new entertainment system

If you want to watch sport at the moment, the only way you can do so is by watching it on the television. So why not invest the money you would have spent on going to see live games on improving your set up to watch them at home. Treat yourself to a new widescreen, 4K TV and a surround sound system and you’ll feel a bit closer to being back in the stadium. Then treat yourself to a subscription to whatever platforms are showing your favourite sports, whether that’s BT, Sky or even one of the subscriptions that all football league teams offer fans to follow their team.

A gig ticket

Whilst 2020 has been rubbish for gigs and concerts, 2021 looks like it’s going to be a hell of a year for live entertainment. Not only will you have those events that were already planned for 2021, you’ll have lots of gigs that were postponed from this year as well. Make up for the dullness of this year by buying a gig ticket for the future and give yourself something to look forward to once we have reached the “new normal”.