Lotto Quadruple Rollovers
Updated: Friday 10th October 2014
As experienced Lotto players will know, the current National Lottery rules only allow the Lotto jackpot to roll over four times in a row, and if the quadruple rollover jackpot isn’t won outright then it is shared between players who match five main numbers and the Bonus Ball.
Right now it is relatively rare for the Lotto game to roll over three times in a row, so the chances of the jackpot rolling over four times in a row will be even smaller. The good news is that if four rollovers do occur, the jackpot in that quad rollover draw will be massive. Triple Lotto rollovers of £18 million and £22 million have been up for grabs in the past, so a quad Lotto rollover would probably be even bigger and well worth the wait!
Whether we will see a Lotto quadruple rollover this year – or even at any point this decade – remains to be seen, but the fact that the rule change this Saturday will make such a thing possible is definitely a good thing.
Right now, we have more pressing things to think about – namely a Lotto jackpot of £2.4 million that will be on offer this Wednesday 9 February. Don’t forget that this will also be your last ever opportunity to play the Dream Number game which has a top prize of £500,000, so if you want one final shot at becoming a Dream Number winner, be sure to take advantage of it.
If the midweek Lotto and last ever Dream Number games aren’t enough to satisfy your lottery appetite, a EuroMillions jackpot of £12 million will be up for grabs this Friday 11 February, along with the usual £1 million prize in the Millionaire Raffle game. Click here to buy lottery tickets online and good luck!Published: Tuesday 8th February 2011
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