Lotto Double Rollover Delight
Updated: Thursday 10th April 2014
Lottery players who appreciate having the chance to win supersized jackpots can look forward to a generous helping of double rollover delight this Saturday 22 September because the midweek Lotto jackpot wasn’t landed by anyone last night. The Lotto results for Wednesday 19 September were 05, 14, 19, 23, 33 and 48, and the Bonus Ball was 40. The jackpot had weighed in at just over £6.7 million (proving the original estimate correct and the revised estimate a tad ambitious) so the estimated jackpot for this Saturday is £11.5 million.
Although there were no jackpot-winning tickets last night, nine tickets did succeed in matching five main numbers and the Bonus Ball to win a second-tier prize of £78,657 each. 353 tickets won £1,253 each by matching five main numbers only, and 19,108 tickets picked up a prize of £50 each by matching four main numbers. At the lowest prize tier, 335,746 tickets matched three main numbers only to win £10 each.
With a double rollover jackpot of £11.5 million to play for this Saturday, many lottery fans will choose to buy an extra ticket or two to increase their overall chances of winning. For anyone who wants to look to our Lottery Statistics for inspiration when making their selections, the most overdue Lotto numbers right now are 25, 47, 09, 13, 20 and 06. The most common Lotto numbers are 44, 38, 23, 40, 25 and 39.
Whilst we are all looking forward to the £11.5 million double rollover jackpot in the Lotto game on Saturday, we shouldn’t forget that we also have a £21 million rollover jackpot to pursue in the EuroMillions game this Friday. And on the horizon – on Friday 28 September to be precise – there will be a special £80 million EuroMillions jackpot to play for. Put all of that together and lottery players have a couple of weeks of back-to-back big-money excitement to enjoy.
Will any of the opportunities just mentioned make you rich beyond your wildest dreams? The only way to find out is to buy some tickets and wait for the draws to take place. Click here to guarantee your participation right now and good luck!
Written by Tony Sharpe
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