The Valentine's Lottery
The Valentine’s Lottery is a new game which offers a jackpot of £13.3 million. The draw is held on 14th February, giving you a one-off opportunity every year to try and win a prize you’re sure to love. Make this Valentine’s Day extra special by taking part with your partner or buying them an entry which could just turn out to be the best gift ever.
The Valentine’s Lottery results will appear below as soon as the draw has taken place at 7pm on Sunday 14th February 2021.
|12 16 18 27 37 42 3|
|Category||Prize Per Winner|
|Match 6 plus Joker||£13,300,000|
|Match 5 plus Joker||£8,888|
|Match 4 plus Joker||£88|
How to Play the Valentine’s Lottery
The Valentine’s Lottery is really easy to enjoy, whether you are celebrating your love by entering together or purchasing an entry for your special someone. Follow the steps below to take part:
- Select the Valentine’s Lottery banner to get started
- Choose six numbers from 1 to 50 and a Joker Ball from a separate set of 1 to 5. You can select your own - perhaps using special dates or numbers from your relationship - or opt for a Quick Pick if you prefer a random set
- Hit ‘Add to Cart’ to load your selections ready for purchase. Check that you are happy with your numbers and add more lines if you want
- Pay for your entries. It costs £1.50 per line. You’ll need to register for an online account if you are a new user, or you can just sign in if you are an existing user
Once you have confirmed your purchase, wait until the draw takes place to find out the results. Log in to your account to see if you have won or keep an eye out for an email. When you play online, it not only keeps your numbers secure but it also means you will be notified automatically if you win.
Odds and Prizes
There are four ways to win prizes in the Valentine’s Lottery. If you match all six numbers and the Joker Ball, you win the jackpot of £13.3 million. That’s more than you can win in most UK lotteries. Even if you miss out on the top prize, you still win if you match at least three of the main numbers. The following table shows all the prizes and odds of winning.
|Match||Prize||Odds of Winning|
|6 + Joker Ball||£13.3 million||1 in 79,453,500|
|5 + Joker Ball||£8,888||1 in 300,960|
|4 + Joker Ball||£88||1 in 5,599|
|3||£4.50||1 in 75|
All the prizes are fixed amounts per winner, although the jackpot will be shared if there’s more than one player who matches all the numbers. The top prize doesn’t roll over as the game only takes place once a year, so make sure to take part while you have the chance. You’ll be contacted if you win the jackpot and guided through the verification process, while all other prizes will be paid straight into your online account.