Tonight’s lottery draw is a quadruple rollover, meaning a lucky player has the chance of taking home more than £11million. For £2 per Lotto ticket, this might just be an opportunity too good to pass – but hurry up as the game closes at 7.30pm. If no one wins tonight’s life-changing jackpot by matching all six numbers, National Lottery’s next week’s draw will trigger a Jackpot Rolldown, which must be won.
The Jackpot Rolldown could see thousands of Britons up and down the country take cash prizes.
The jackpot will be shared by all players matching two or more main numbers.
The Lotto draw takes place each week on Wednesday and Saturday and you can buy tickets for any game between 6am and 11pm, with a 7.30pm cut off on the day of the draw.
Al you have to do is match six of the main numbers tonight.
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Matching five main numbers plus the Bonus Ball could still net you a staggering £1million.
Another draw to look out for is the Euromillions on Tuesday, February 2, which has a jackpot prize of £35million.
All tickets for the Euromillions include an automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker, which offers a £1million prize.
For £1 per ticket, you can also try your luck with Thunderball tonight.
Thunderball offers a £500,000 jackpot and the good news is the top prize is not shared – you just need to match five main numbers and the eponymous Thunderball.
If you match five main numbers and you can win £5,000 tonight.
“For every ticket sold, a hefty slice of the money received goes to a huge variety of projects, both big and small – from repairing Scouts huts to making Olympic and Paralympic champions. So, every time you play, the UK wins.”
National Lottery retains about one percent of revenue in profit with about 95 percent of revenue being redistributed back to winners and society.
Even more impressively, National Lottery claims to be one of Europe’s most efficient lottery operators, with operational costs of about four percent.
National Lottery added: “To date, National Lottery players have helped raise over £42billion for Good Causes, with more than 625,000 awards made across the UK – the equivalent of more than 220 lottery grants in the every UK postcode district.”