The National Lottery Syndicate
– UK’s most popular lottery

How does The National Lottery work?

UK’s Lotto draw takes place on Wednesdays and Saturdays. One line consists of 6 main numbers between 1 and 59. To hit the jackpot all 6 numbers need to match.

A Bonus Ball is taken from the same pool of numbers after the six main balls have been dispensed. If a line matches 5 of the main numbers plus this Bonus Ball, the win will be £1 million.

This could be your winnings in The National Lottery

Jackpots can go up to £20.000.000 and higher with roll-overs, plus numerous chances to win smaller amounts. The Jackpot can roll over a maximum of five times in a row before it must be won. If no one matches all 6 main numbers in a Must Be Won draw, the Jackpot will be shared, so even bigger prizes will be distributed amongst all cash prize winners (three and more matches)!

What are the odds?

The overall odds of winning any prize are 9.3 to 1. The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 45,057,474.

Fun Facts

The longest celebration by winners was by a pub syndicate from London who celebrated for almost two weeks!
There are four Lotto draw machines: Arthur, Guinevere, Lancelot and Merlin. There are also eight live sets of Lotto balls – handily numbered 1-8.

Lotto is by far the most popular draw, with around 15 to 45 million tickets sold each draw.

The National Lottery


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Jackpot: £5.0 M

Call and Register to participate!

Call us on 020 4525 3538

Monday-Friday, 9am to 6pm