Triple Rollover for UK Lotto!
The UK Lotto game will boast a triple rollover jackpot with an advertised value of £9.9 million this Saturday 1 November after no player proved able to match all six main numbers in the midweek draw. The third rollover in a row elevates the number of guaranteed Lotto Raffle winners that will be made on the same night to 200, and all of that action will take place just one day after the EuroMillions Mega Draw on Friday offers a jackpot of around £11 million and creates 25 brand new winners of £1 million each via the Millionaire Maker game!
There is plenty of excitement to come as we head into the weekend, that's for sure, but there were quite a few winners in the midweek Lotto game who already have plenty to celebrate. For those of you who haven't yet checked your tickets, the Lotto results on Wednesday 29 October were 13, 14, 17, 25, 31 and 49, and the Bonus Ball was 18. The biggest winners were the owners of four tickets that matched five of the main numbers and the Bonus Ball number to land a second tier prize of £46,913 each.
The third tier saw 122 tickets win £1,305 each by matching five main numbers only, and another 8,626 tickets matched four main numbers to win £97 each. The smallest prize of £25 went to each of 164,476 tickets that matched three main numbers, and the Lotto Raffle game awarded a prize of £20,000 to each of 150 winners.
With the Friday EuroMillions and Saturday Lotto games offering such extraordinary sums of money, and the Millionaire Maker and Lotto Raffle games promising to create so many guaranteed winners, many lottery players will choose to increase their chances of success by purchasing multiple tickets. If you are one such player then you may be interested in playing one of more of the most overdue numbers in each of the games. The most overdue EuroMillions numbers right now are 37, 41, 44, 43 and 16, with the numbers 11 and 04 being the most overdue Lucky Stars. The most overdue Lotto numbers are 39, 21, 45, 37, 16 and 12.
Click here to enter your numbers online for both games and if you don't win yourself complete financial freedom on Halloween night you just might succeed on All Saints' Day instead! Good luck and remember to let us know if you win big!
Written by Tony SharpeThursday 30th October 2014
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