Lotto to Create 25 Millionaires on Saturday 10th October
Last Updated: Friday 2nd October 2015, 09:55 am
To mark the start of a new era for Lotto, 25 millionaires are to be created in the draw on Saturday 10th October. It is the highest number of millionaires Lotto has ever made in one night and is sure to spark a surge in ticket sales when changes come into effect on Thursday 8th October.
Significant alterations will be made to the game and one of the most exciting changes will be the introduction of a new Lotto Millionaire Raffle, guaranteeing that at least one ticket holder in every draw will win £1 million. There will also be 20 players who will earn £20,000 in each draw as part of the supplementary game.
The draw on Saturday 10th October promises to be extra special, though, with a staggering 25 Lotto Millionaire Raffle codes set to be worth £1 million as opposed to just one. Make sure to check your tickets after the draw to see if you are a winner, but before that, you may want to visit the National Lottery Changes page for full details of how the game will be adapted from Thursday of next week. Changes include an increase in the pool of numbers from 49 to 59, as well as a new prize tier for matching just two main numbers and an end to the four-rollover limit to ensure that jackpots can grow as high as £50 million.
There will be two more Lotto draws under the existing rules, and tomorrow night there will be an estimated jackpot of £3.8 million on offer if anyone can match all six main numbers drawn. There has been a magnificent run of winners in recent weeks and one player pocketed a top prize of £1.6 million this past Wednesday evening. Check out all the recent Lotto Results to see if you’re due a prize!
If you think there will be more jackpot joy this weekend, you can get involved by buying tickets online or from any authorised retailer in the UK. Strike it lucky and you could pay off your mortgage and support everyone in your family, whilst enjoying a life of luxury for decades to come. Good luck!
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