All or Nothing FAQs
Find out more about the Health Lottery All or Nothing game by looking through the frequently asked questions below. You’ll learn about different aspects of the game, from how to play to claiming prizes.
How to Play
What days are the All or Nothing draws?
All or Nothing draws take place on Tuesday and Friday nights.
When do ticket sales close?
The cut-off time for ticket sales is 7pm on draw days, with the results announced later in the evening.
How do you play?
What is the cost to play All or Nothing?
It costs £1 per line to play All or Nothing.
How many draws can you play in advance?
You can play up to five weeks in advance. Alternatively, you can also set up a direct debit online to make sure you never miss a draw.
All or Nothing Prizes
What prizes can you win?
There’s a wide range of prizes, depending on how many of the 12 winning numbers you match. There’s a jackpot of £25,000 if you match all 12 numbers, or none of them. The other prize amounts span from £1 to £250.
Does the jackpot roll over?
No. All the prizes are fixed amounts. The jackpot remains at £25,000 per winner in every draw.
What are the odds of winning?
The overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 4.5. The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 1,352,078, as there’s a 1 in 2,704,156 of matching all 12 numbers, and the same probability for matching none. Go to the Odds page to see the chances of winning in each category, and find out all the prize amounts available.
How long do you have to claim prizes?
You have 180 days from the draw date to come forward and receive any winnings on All or Nothing.
About All or Nothing
Who runs All or Nothing?
All or Nothing is a Health Lottery game, so it is operated in the same way, with 12 regional society lotteries across Great Britain coming together.
When did All or Nothing start?
All or Nothing was launched on 16th November 2022, ahead of its first draw on 18th November 2022.