All or Nothing Questions and Answers
You can find all the most common questions and answers relating to All or Nothing below to help you clear up any confusion and to make sure you play the game correctly and safely.
When do All or Nothing draws take place?
Draws take place twice a week on Tuesday and Friday evenings.
What time is the All or Nothing draw?
Draws take place at approximately 7.00pm, with ticket sales cutting off just before.
Can I enter multiple draws in advance?
You can enter up to five weeks in a row and multiple or single draws in each of those weeks. You will have to enter the same numbers for each of those draws and they cannot be changed.
How do you play All or Nothing?
To play the All or Nothing, you select 12 numbers from 1 to 24. See the How to Play page for a full guide.
How much does a ticket cost?
The cost of playing All or Nothing is £1 per line.
How do you win a prize?
All or Nothing offers prizes for matching as many numbers as possible and also as few as possible, with the jackpot of £25,000 being won if you match all 12 or none of the numbers. There are also great prizes for matching other amounts of numbers which you can find on the prizes page.
What are the odds of winning?
The odds of winning the All or Nothing jackpot are 1 in 2,704,156, and the overall chances of winning a prize in any category are 1 in 4.5.
Does the jackpot roll over or increase?
No- the jackpot is fixed at £25,000 in every draw.
Do the non-jackpot prizes change?
No- prize amounts are the same in every single draw regardless or ticket sales or the number of winners.
How long do I have to claim prizes?
You have 180 days from the date of a winning draw to come forward and claim prizes.
How do I claim my prize?
If you buy your ticket in-store, you can claim prizes of up to £50 from any All or Nothing retailer. For prizes up to £250 you will need to visit a Post Office, and for larger prize amounts you need to contact the Health Lottery directly. If you play online, prizes up to £2,000 will be paid straight into your account, otherwise you need to call the Health Lottery.
Is All or Nothing a National Lottery game?
No, the All or Nothing is separate from the National Lottery. It is run by the Health Lottery that consists of 12 different society lotteries, each of which represents a different region of Great Britain.