Lotto Jackpot Stands at £2.1 million for Wednesday 1st October
Last Updated: Wednesday 1st October 2014, 09:58 am
Lottery fans who missed out on last night’s £25.6 million EuroMillions jackpot can get straight back on the horse today with another chance to scoop a life-changing sum of cash as tonight’s Lotto top prize weighs in at £2.1 million. This evening’s draw will be the first of several in October, traditionally a time when thoughts turn towards hibernation, but any player who bags the jackpot could certainly discover that chasing the sun is a lot more fun.
Saturday’s Lotto draw resulted in one ticket holder, who has yet to reveal themselves to the public, bagging the entire jackpot of £4.5 million. Add to that last night’s £25.6 million victory for one Spanish EuroMillions ticket holder and a week of lottery excitement is set up perfectly with today’s Lotto draw and Friday’s EuroMillions Superdraw, which boasts a top prize of approximately £77 million, adding the cherry on top of the cake.
Lotto players will also vie tonight for one of 50 Lotto Raffle prizes of £20,000, which can be won by matching the code that comes with every ticket against one of the winning codes drawn.
Many Lotto winners decide to dedicate a chunk of their new-found fortune to moving house and a single winner in tonight’s top prize tier could easily afford one of the most bizarre properties currently on the market. St George’s Church in Castlefield, Manchester has been renovated in order to be used as a residence with nine floors in the clock tower, its own gym, sauna and a roof garden whilst still maintaining its Gothic character on the outside. It could be yours for £1 million, leaving over a million quid to play with!
Lotto tickets are on sale now online and from authorised retailers and, if the thought of living in a church has piqued your interest, then you might want to offer a cheeky prayer for some good fortune this evening!