How to Play All or Nothing
To play All or Nothing, you are required to choose 12 numbers from a field of 1 to 24. Draws are held on Tuesday and Friday nights and, when the results are announced, you’ll be hoping to see all of your numbers, or none of them.
Follow the steps below to play All or Nothing, and then wait for the draw to take place:
Select 12 numbers from 1 to 24Choose your own numbers or opt for a Quick Pick to get a randomly-generated selection.
Decide how many lines to playYou can enter as many lines as you want to try and boost your chances of winning.
Choose your drawsDecide whether to enter on Tuesday, Friday or both days. You can enter your numbers for up to five consecutive weeks, or play continuously via Direct Debit with a Health Lottery account.
Pay for your entriesIt costs £1 per line to play All or Nothing. You need to get your entries in by 7pm on draw nights.
When the draw takes place, 12 winning numbers will be selected at random. You can check the latest results as soon as they are available to see what has happened and find out if you have won.
How Many Numbers Do You Need To Win?
All or Nothing provides a neat twist on traditional lotteries, as you can win prizes by matching a lot of the numbers you have selected, or just a few of them. As the name of the game suggests, the biggest rewards are for matching all or nothing – the prize is £25,000 per winner.
You also win a prize if you match one to four balls, or eight to 11 numbers.
The only times you don’t win are when five, six or seven of your numbers match.
The following table shows all the different ways to win, and the amounts that are on offer.
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Visit the Odds page for more information about your chances of winning a prize in each of the 10 categories.
It’s easy to claim any prizes won on All or Nothing, but the procedure does depend on how much you have won. Go to the page on Claiming Prizes to find out more about how to receive your winnings.