Lotto and Lotto Raffle Results for Wednesday 11th February 2015
Last Updated: Wednesday 11th February 2015, 22:20 pm
The £2.2 million jackpot offered in tonight’s Lotto game has rolled over as no player could match all six main numbers drawn. The estimated top prize for the upcoming Valentine’s Day draw is more than three times the value of tonight’s big windfall - in just a few days, players will compete for a tidy £6.7 million jackpot.
The numbers that came up tonight were 8, 9, 10, 21, 35 and 41 with Bonus Ball 22, with over 146,000 players matching some of the winning line to win great prizes. Four participants matched five main numbers and the Bonus Ball to win £45,330 each, while another 114 players won £1,350 for matching five main numbers.
The draw was nicely rounded off by the 7,048 ticket holders who snapped up £115 each for matching four main numbers and the 139,721 participants who won a fixed prize of £25 for matching three main numbers. Finally, 50 players each won £20,000 when the Lotto Raffle code on their ticket matched one of the winning codes drawn. If you’d like to learn more about tonight’s game, wander on over to the Lotto Results page, where you can find a full prize breakdown from the main draw and a list of the 50 winning codes.
Valentine’s Day is not far off, and if you’re running out of ideas as to how you can spoil your partner, why not buy some entries for Saturday’s very special Lotto draw? In addition to the £6.7 million top prize, as well as the 50 Lotto Raffle prizes normally offered, there will be ten ticket holders who will win £1 million each. You could stick a few lines in between the paper covering the chocolates and the top of the box, or wrap a few tickets around flower stems. If your love beats the odds and win big, it will be the best Valentine’s Day they’ve ever had!
Regardless of whether you buy Lotto tickets for yourself or your sweetheart, this is one opportunity that you don’t want to miss. You can pick up entries for Saturday’s draw online or in person from authorised retailers across the UK - if you’ve already stopped in to buy flowers, wine and cake, a few Lotto entries should be no trouble at all!
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