The popular Lotto game is the biggest UK National lottery game and tonight, one lucky player could walk away with £10,700,000, thanks to a double rollover. Tickets for the lottery are priced at £1 for a single line of numbers.
Tonight’s jackpot is the biggest National Lottery jackpot since April when a £16 million jackpot, which was also a double rollover, was won by four players. If tonight’s jackpot is won by a single ticket then it will be the biggest Lotto win since March when Matthew Breach won a massive £17.8 million.
UK lottery players can play Lotto twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday. The player selects a total of six numbers from 1 to 49 and wins a prize when they match a minimum of three numbers.
In addition to the six drawn numbers, an extra number is drawn as the Bonus Ball which is only applicable to players who have matched 5 of the 6 main numbers. Players who match all six win a share of the jackpot.
Whilst the odds of winning the Lotto jackpot are high, players have a 1 in 55 chances of winning the fifth tier prize. The overall odds of winning a Lotto prize are 52 to 1.
Lotto players also have the option of opting for the Lotto Plus 5 game for an extra £1. Players that opt for the Lotto Plus 5 will have their Lotto numbers are entered into five Lotto Plus 5 draws giving them five chances to win a top prize of £250,000 throughout the week.
The Lotto Plus 5 daws take place every week between the Lotto draw days on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays with a top prize of £250,000 and a minimum prize of £2.50. Don’t miss this opportunity to win tonight’s Lotto jackpot of £10.7 million. Good luck!
Written by Joe Taylor for EuroMillions Lottery – your best source for online lottery news