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Lotto Jackpot of £13.4 Million for Tonight’s Quadruple Rollover Draw

Last Updated: Wednesday 17th June 2015, 09:02 am

It promises to be a fabulous Lotto draw tonight as ticket sales have been spurred on by the game reaching its limit of four rollovers in a row. The jackpot stands at a mighty £13.4 million and must be won, so anyone who matches all six main numbers drawn is in line to become one of the biggest UK winners of the year.

Even if no tickets are a match for the six main numbers, it will still be a special evening, as the prize fund reserved for the top tier will roll down and be shared amongst the players in the next winning category. The last time the Lotto rolled over four times was just last month, and in the following draw on Wednesday 27th May the jackpot of £13.5 million was scooped by a single ticket holder.

Great-grandad Peter Congdon, from Truro, quickly came forward to claim the prize and insisted that the massive windfall would not alter his plans for a family holiday to Butlin’s, where he has been going for the past 40 years. A top prize of £3.4 million was picked up in the following draw but nobody has matched all six main numbers since then, driving the jackpot back into eight figures.

There have still been some big winners in the past four draws, and on Saturday evening one lucky participant matched five main numbers plus the Bonus Ball to earn a whopping £432,606. A full prize breakdown can be found in the Lotto Results section.

From October, there will no longer be a limit to the amount of times the jackpot can roll over, after a number of exciting changes were announced earlier this week. The top prize will roll over until it reaches or exceeds a pre-agreed amount, making it likely that there will be some enormous jackpots up for grabs. Tonight’s draw could therefore be one of the last of its kind, guaranteeing great prizes after just four rollovers, so make sure to enter online or by visiting an authorised retailer. Best of luck!

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