How Will You Pick Your Lotto Numbers to Try and Win £18.8 Million?
Last Updated: Friday 11th March 2016, 08:57 am
The Lotto jackpot for tomorrow night’s draw has reached a gigantic £18.8 million, giving players the opportunity to snap up one of the largest prizes in the game’s history. Changes made to Lotto last October gave the jackpot more scope to grow, and a run of five rollovers has pushed the top prize back towards £20 million once again.
The last time the jackpot was won was on Saturday 20th February, when a single ticket holder matched all six main numbers to scoop £6.7 million. A massive £32.5 million had previously been given away one week earlier, following on from the record £66 million on 9th January which was split between two participants.
Big winners are always asked how they selected their lucky line, and their responses vary from using the Quick Pick option to choosing numbers of personal significance. If this weekend’s mammoth jackpot is tempting you to reconsider which numbers you play, there are a few different ways to go about it.
You could check out the Lotto Statistics page to find out all about the most frequently drawn numbers, which ones are most overdue and loads of other data. You could also team up with other players in a group and pick your numbers together, or even join an online syndicate to own a share of more tickets without spending more cash than you would like.
Whichever way you go about selecting your numbers, the odds of landing the jackpot will remain the same for each individual entry. There are still hundreds of thousands, sometimes millions, of prize winners in each draw, while the Lotto Millionaire Raffle guarantees that one ticket holder will become a millionaire in each game no matter what. Check out the Lotto Results section to find out all the latest winning numbers and see if you are due a prize.
If you are lucky enough to win a decent prize, possibly even the jackpot, you could think about moving home, buying a great new car, taking the holiday of your dreams or simply paying off your mortgage. It would be the ideal way to start spring and tickets can be bought either online or from authorised retailers. Best of luck!
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