All or Nothing Odds and Prizes
In total there are 10 different ways you can win a prize in every All or Nothing draw. Unlike most lotteries though there are two ways to win the jackpot amount of £25,000 in each draw, as you can take home the top prize by matching all 12 numbers that are selected, or none of them. More information on all prize levels and the odds can be found below.
All or Nothing Prize Structure
Each prize level is a fixed amount in All or Nothing, meaning that you will win the same prize in each draw for matching the same numbers and it is not influenced by ticket sales or the number of winners. This also means that in each draw the jackpot is the same fixed amount of £25,000.
Where All or Nothing is different to all your other conventional lotteries is that you also win great prizes for matching very few numbers, or the jackpot for matching none at all. In a normal lottery you wouldn’t get a prize for matching just one number, but in All or Nothing you win £250. In fact, you only miss out on a prize if you match five, six or seven numbers, and win a prize if you match all other possible options. This is because a large number of balls are chosen compared to a normal lottery and from a smaller ball pool.
The below table shows all the prizes you can win:
|Numbers Matched||Prize Amount|
|Match 7, 6 or 5||No Prize|
Odds of Winning
The odds of winning the jackpot in All or Nothing are considerably better than most other lotteries, whilst the overall odds of winning any prize are better than any other lottery you can play in the UK. The table below shows the odds of winning in any prize tier:
|Numbers Matched||Odds of Winning|
|Match 12||1 in 2,704,156|
|Match 11||1 in 18,779|
|Match 10||1 in 621|
|Match 9||1 in 56|
|Match 8||1 in 11|
|Match 4||1 in 11|
|Match 3||1 in 56|
|Match 2||1 in 621|
|Match 1||1 in 18,779|
|Match 0||1 in 2,704,156|
|The overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 4.5|