Seventh Consecutive Jackpot Landed
A seventh consecutive Lotto jackpot was landed last night, making one player £2,084,619 richer than they were beforehand. The Lotto results for Wednesday 19 June were 06, 09, 13, 35, 36 and 47, with the number 31 being drawn as the Bonus Ball, and the next game this Saturday will offer a brand new jackpot worth around £3.7 million. That is exciting enough, but don’t forget that we already have a great deal more than that to play for this Friday, when the EuroMillions game will give us a £141 million summer solstice spectacular!
The last time that a Lotto jackpot rolled over was on Saturday 25 May, so the UK’s first and best-loved lottery game is currently creating big winners with all the consistency of a fully automated assembly line. We don’t know how long this trend will continue, but if jackpots are landed in each of the next three games, the month of June would be packed wall-to-wall with winners, and that would be quite something.
In addition to the single player who landed the Lotto jackpot last night, three players won themselves a sizeable second-tier prize of £213,807 each by matching five of the main numbers plus the Bonus Ball. Another 234 tickets matched five main numbers only to win £1,713 each, and 254,232 tickets won smaller prizes of £69 or £10 each by matching four or three main numbers.
Last night’s midweek Health Lottery draw was presented by Sian Welby on Channel 5. The main numbers were 15, 28, 41, 45 and 50, and the Bonus Ball number was 03. Winners were lacking at both of the top two prize tiers, but over 1,900 tickets picked up a more modest prize of £10, £20, £50 or £250 each by matching up to four main numbers.
Congratulations to all of the Wednesday night winners, and especially to the player who took down the seventh consecutive Lotto jackpot of the month. Now we just have to keep our fingers crossed that the good luck continues and makes someone’s midsummer night’s dream come true this Friday. Click here to buy your EuroMillions tickets online and if your numbers come up you could end the week with an extra £141 million to your name. And if that doesn’t have you walking on sunshine, nothing will!
Written by Tony SharpeThursday 20th June 2013
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