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National Lottery’s Lotto draw is held every Wednesday and Saturday, giving ticket holders the chance to win a life-changing about of money. If your six numbers are drawn, you could win the jackpot prize which tonight is £2million.
This amount could help a lucky winner buy their dream home, take a once in a lifetime holiday or plan their ideal wedding.
Tickets cost just £2, and involve picking six numbers from one to 59, or choosing a Lucky Dip for a random selection.
The Lotto draw is held at 8pm every Wednesday and 7.45pm every Saturday, shown live on the National Lottery’s YouTube channel.
Also taking place tonight is the Thunderball, with a jackpot of £500,000.
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Tickets cost just £1, and to play you select five main numbers from one to 39 and one Thunderball from one to 14.
Like the Lotto if choosing the numbers is too tricky, you can opt for a Lucky Dip.
If you select all five main numbers and the Thunderball correctly you will win £500,000.
The Thunderball is held four nights a week, every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday.
What are the winning Lotto numbers tonight?
The Lotto draw has not yet taken place, Express.co.uk will update this page once the numbers have been drawn.
The Thunderball is also yet to be held, and this page will be updated when it is drawn.
The Thunderball takes place at 8.15pm, so check back here around that time!
Playing National Lottery games raises staggering amounts of money for good causes.
The National Lottery website says: “For every ticket sold, a hefty slice of the money received goes to a huge variety of projects, both big and small – from repairing Scout huts to making Olympic and Paralympic champions”.
From total ticket sales of £7,905.1 million in the year ending 31 March 2020:
- £1,853.1 million was raised for National Lottery projects
- £4,505.0 million was paid to players in prizes
- £948.6 million went to the Government in Lottery Duty
- £307.1 million was earned by retailers in commission
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