Other Lottery Games
Lottery games are enjoyed by billions throughout the world – here are a few games both from inside and outside of the UK that enjoy considerable popularity.
In addition to the well-known lottery games, there are more opportunities to win sums of money online:
- Online Scratchcards – scratchcards without the need to find a spare coin to reveal the images.
Discontinued Lottery Games
Take a look at some of these fun lottery games played in the past:
- Lotto Plus 5 - Players with tickets for the main Lotto game could pay an additional fee and use the same numbers for Lotto Plus 5, which took place on days when the Lotto wasn’t drawn. The game ran from 2011 to early October 2013 and offered a top prize of £250,000.
- Daily Play - This game required players to match seven numbers to win the jackpot and also offered a Lucky Dip ticket for a subsequent draw to anyone who failed to match a single number. Daily Play was launched in September 2003 and ended in May 2011. It had a top prize of £30,000.
- Dream Number - Players had to match a seven-digit code in the order in which it was drawn. There were prizes for each number correctly matched rising to a jackpot of £500,000 for matching all seven. Dream Number was introduced as a replacement for Lotto Extra in July 2006 and ended in February 2011.
- Lotto Extra - Introduced in November 2000, Lotto Extra was like the main Lotto draw, but the only chance of winning was by matching all six numbers - there were no lower-tier prizes. The jackpot could rise to £50 million. The game ended in July 2006.
- Lotto 49 to 1 - Players who were selected to play had the opportunity to win £50,000 on Lotto 49 to 1. Prizes were awarded to players based on whether numbers which had been assigned to them were drawn in the main Lotto draw. The game was played in October 2013 to celebrate a round of changes to Lotto.
- Play Monday - A short-lived rival to Lotto which guaranteed a jackpot winner in each draw. If no one correctly matched the winning line, then the player or players closest to it won the money. Ticket holders could choose which charity received their donation of 30p for every £1 ticket played. The game closed in November 2007 after it was sold to another company.
- GeoLotto - players picked geographical positions on a map in the hope of winning the weekly jackpot of £1 million.