Is the UK Lottery responsible for any errors?

Is the UK Lottery responsible for any errors?

Whilst every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of all results, cannot take any responsibility for any errors or omissions in the numbers or prize breakdowns. Please read the disclaimer.

Where can I find the results of the National Lottery?

Here you can find the results for the most popular lotteries, including all National Lottery games plus independent society lotteries. This page is updated straight after each draw takes place, so you can be the first to find out if you are a winner!

How much money has been raised by the National Lottery?

National Lottery Projects Since The National Lottery began in 1994 over 625,000 good causes have been supported with over £42 billion raised by players of The National Lottery (figures sourced from the Department for Culture, Media & Sport. – November 2020). Around £30 million raised weekly is an average based on April 2019 – March 2020.

Do you have to wait until the last minute to play the lottery?

Remember, you don’t have to wait until the last minute – you can play any of our games throughout the day. Did you win big? top prize! Did You Know? Players Like You Have Raised… Set limits. Get reminders. Take time out. Using our tools can help you stay in control.

What are the prizes for winning the UK Lottery?

If you prefer, you can opt for a Lucky Dip, which will randomly make your selections. When you purchase a ticket, you’ll also be entered into the UK Millionaire Maker draw, which awards four £1M prizes each week. If you match all 5 main numbers and the 2 lucky star numbers, you’ll win the jackpot. Of course, there are other valuable prizes.

How much do Health Lottery tickets cost in UK?

Health Lottery tickets are available across Great Britain, but not Northern Ireland, and cost £1 per play. Players can either select 5 numbers ranging from 1 to 50 or purchase a quick pick ticket of randomly selected numbers. If you match all 5 numbers, you’ll win a prize that’s equal to 10% of ticket sales up to a maximum of £100,000.