Single Ticket Scoops Lotto Jackpot!
The midweek Lotto game this week offered a massive quadruple rollover jackpot which had a final value of £15,791,929, and we are delighted to confirm that a single ticket matched all of the numbers needed to win that prize outright. Now lottery players across the country will be hoping to fare just as well in the £91 million EuroMillions game this Friday, and after eight consecutive rollovers it could be argued that the top prize is perfectly ripe for the picking.
For those of you who haven’t yet checked your tickets, the Lotto results on Wednesday 11 November were 02, 17, 27, 28, 51 and 52, with the number 14 appearing as the Bonus Ball. Whilst the £15.79 million jackpot was landed in great style, no player was able to win a prize at the second tier, so the biggest consolations were won at the third tier, where 49 tickets matched five main numbers only to win £1,503 each.
There were 3,449 tickets that matched four main numbers to win £137 each, and another 92,752 tickets won £25 each by matching three main numbers. The total number of prizes won in the main game was 1,067,338, and another 21 prizes were landed in the associated Lotto Raffle game. The Lotto Millionaire Raffle number, which was worth £1 million to the person with the ticket bearing the same, was NAVY 4295 0351.
The next Lotto game this Saturday 14 November will give players the chance to win a brand new jackpot worth an estimated £4.2 million, so good luck to those of you who will be playing for that prize and for the Lotto Raffle prizes (one of £1 million and twenty of £20,000 each) that will be available on the same night.
Before we get to that Lotto excitement we have the EuroMillions jackpot of around £91 million to play for on Friday. The most overdue main numbers are 24, 41, 05, 02 and 04, and the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 05 and 01, so do watch out for those, good luck with your own selections and be sure to let us know if you win big!Published: Thursday 12th November 2015
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