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UK Lotto is the original UK National Lottery and includes the UK Lotto Raffle alongside the main draw every Wednesday and Saturday night. Jackpots have gone as high as £66 million, a record set on 9 January 2016! Play UK Lotto with six numbers from 1-59 and you could be our next big winner!

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How to Play Lotto UK Online

How to Play UK Lotto Online

Play UK Lotto by choosing six numbers from a guess range of 1-59, and you will see a scan of your official lottery tickets online in your secure theLotter account before the draw, as part of the See Your Ticket Service. Choose 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20, and 25-line and use automatic selection (Quick Pick), manual selection or your saved Lucky Numbers! Visit our How it Works page to find out more.

The UK’s oldest modern lottery celebrated its 20th anniversary on 19th November 2014. UK Lotto draws take place Wednesdays and Saturdays at 22:00 GMT.

Lotto Raffle

Automatically Enter into the Lotto Raffle

When you play the UK Lotto you are automatically entered into the UK Lotto Raffle, which awards additional prizes at every draw. The UK Lotto Raffle was introduced in 2013 and after changes made in October 2015, the raffle now distributes 20 prizes worth £20,000 and one £1 million prize with every draw based on the 12-digit code on your ticket. There's a whole new way to become a lottery millionaire with UK Lotto!

Save on Lotto UK Tickets Online

Save on UK Lotto Tickets Online

Save when you buy official lottery tickets as soon as you join theLotter. Enjoy discounts as high as 25% with a 5, 10, 25 or 52-draw UK Lotto multi-draw package, or choose a UK Lotto subscription to receive every 10th ticket free! VIP players at theLotter can save as much as 20% more on all lottery purchases.

How to Win the Lotto UK Jackpot

How to Win the UK Lotto Jackpot

UK Lotto has traditionally offered some of the most delectable jackpots of any European lottery. The UK Lotto jackpot does not have a specific rollover limit; the jackpot can rollover until it reaches a fluctuating amount agreed upon by the National Lottery and Camelot, the UK lottery operator. If the jackpot is not won once it exceeds that amount, the entire Jackpot will roll down to the next prize category where there is at least one winner. Match all six main numbers to win your share of the multi-million pound prize.

How to Claim Lotto UK Prizes at theLotter

How to Claim UK Lotto Prizes at theLotter

When you win playing lotteries online with the theLotter, you will receive free automatic email and SMS notifications! Prizes up to $2,500, are transferred directly into your account at theLotter soon after the results are published. Larger prizes may need to be collected in person in the UK. All UK Lotto prizes are tax-FREE lump sum payments, including the multi-million pound jackpot.

How Does the UK National Lottery Distribute Non-Prize Funds?

How Does the UK National Lottery Distribute Non-Prize Funds?

In its 20 years, the National Lottery -- UK's official lottery operator -- has raised more than £30 billion worth of funds for a wide variety of charitable causes both in the UK and overseas. Fifty per cent of ticket sales go towards lottery and raffle prizes, while 28% (approximately £30 million each week) go to the National Lottery Good Causes foundation, which has distributed the funds to more than 1,000 organisations.

Latest News About National Lottery UK Lotto

Latest News About UK Lotto

The UK Lotto's final draw of 2016 offered a "must be won" jackpot. In the draw, which took place on New Year's Eve, there were no winners of the jackpot prize. There was, however, one single player who managed to win the Match 5 + Bonus number prize and that entitled him/her to an incredible win of £26,410,895! In the draw, the UK Lotto staged a special New Year's Eve Raffle. In addition to its guaranteed millionaire raffle and 20 prizes worth £20,000, the raffle distributed 100 extra raffle prizes of £20,000.

The UK Lotto jackpot record was set on set on 9 January 2016, when after 14 rollovers, two tickets matched the winning numbers to share the £66 million jackpot. One of the winners was a Scottish couple – David and Carol Martin – while the other winner decided to remain anonymous. Another UK Lotto record was set on 6 April 2016 when a lucky player won the largest prize ever won on a single ticket = £35.1 million.