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Lottery Rollover Jackpots All Round!

Lottery Rollover Jackpots All Round!

Yesterday we brought you news that the Tuesday EuroMillions jackpot had rolled over to give players a chance of winning an even bigger triple rollover prize of around £34 million this Friday. Today we can tell you that last night’s Lotto jackpot also rolled over, which means that the next game on Saturday 1 March will boast a top prize with an estimated value of £5.2 million. In addition, the Lotto Raffle game will award a completely separate prize of £20,000 to each of 100 winners.

The Lotto results on Wednesday 26 February were generated by the lottery machine Lancelot using set of balls 7. The main numbers drawn were 03, 10, 11, 24, 25 and 35, and the Bonus Ball number was 43. The jackpot had a final value of £1,621,069, which was a little less than the sum than had been estimated, but there were no winning tickets so no player was disappointed in the least.

Four tickets matched five of the main numbers as well as the Bonus Ball number to secure a second tier prize worth £32,348 each. Another 192 tickets matched five main numbers only to win £572 each, and more than 189,000 tickets matched four or three main numbers to win £59 or £25 each, respectively. Additionally, the Lotto Raffle game created 50 winners of £20,000 each.

Having already highlighted the next big lottery game, which is obviously the EuroMillions game taking place this Friday, we can now put the Saturday Lotto draw in the spotlight. The most overdue Lotto numbers at the time of writing are 47, 05, 01, 26, 14 and 16, whilst the most common numbers are 44, 23, 38, 40, 39 and 25. Also remember that the Lotto Raffle game will create 100 winners this Saturday, so do take a look at our article on Strategies for Superdraws and Lottery Specials if you haven’t done so already.

Head over to this page to buy your lottery tickets online, enjoy the games and good luck with your numbers!

Written by Tony Sharpe

Thursday 27th February 2014

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