The National Lottery, also known as the UK Lottery or Lotto, has awarded thousands of prizes over £1,000,000 since it was launched in 1994. The largest jackpot prize was a £42 million double rollover in January 1996. The draws are done twice a week on Wednesday and Saturday nights (20:00 GMT).
How to Play UK Lottery
Players need to choose 6 numbers from a possible 49, otherwise known as a 6/49 number format. No other number need to be selected from a second set as found in other major lotteries.
UK Lottery Prizes and Odds
To win the jackpot, all 6 chosen numbers need to match all 6 numbers drawn. A bonus ball is also drawn, providing an additional prize tier for players matching the bonus number and 5 numbers. The UK Lottery is limited to only 4 rollovers. Given the good odds of the UK lottery, the jackpot will seldom rollover more than once or twice, putting the jackpot rarely rising about the £10 million mark.
|Prize Tier||Odds of Winning||Average Prize|
|1 in 13,983,815||£5,000,000 (Saturday) £3,000,000 (Wednesday)|
|1 in 2,330,635||£50,000|
|1 in 55,490||£1,500|
|1 in 1,031||£100|
|1 in 57||£25|
Where can I buy a UK Lottery Ticket?
UK Lottery tickets can be physically purchased in the UK or Isle of Man.
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