The National Lottery’s Lotto draw takes place each Wednesday and Saturday, and tonight is a quadruple rollover. The prize pot has reached a staggering £9.2 million, and if not won tonight Saturday’s Lotto draw becomes a ‘Must Be Won’ draw.
In a Lotto Must Be Won draw, if no one wins the jackpot by matching six main numbers, there’s a Rolldown.
This means the jackpot is shared by players matching two or more main numbers, so thousands can expect to win a boosted cash prize!
Tickets cost £2 and can be purchased until 7.30pm on the night of the draw.
If you correctly predict all six main numbers, you’ll bag yourself the £9.2million jackpot.
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What are winning Lotto numbers tonight?
The Lotto draw and Thunderball have not yet taken place.
Express.co.uk will update this page when the numbers have been drawn.
The Lotto draw takes place on the National Lottery website and YouTube channel at 8pm every Wednesday and 7.45pm every Saturday.
To check your ticket to see if its a winner, you can use the National Lottery website or app.
If your ticket was bought online, you will receive an email informing you of your winnings.
Base jackpots on Lotto are £2 million on a Wednesday (up from £1.8 million previously) and £3.8 million on a Saturday (up from £3.1 million previously).
The jackpot grows as it rolls, and Must-Be-Won draws are usually around £11 million on a Wednesday and £12 million on a Saturday.
The jackpot is now only allowed to roll five times under the new format (compared with the previous rules where it rolled up to £22 million).
If you bought your ticket in store, you can use the National Lottery app to scan it and see if you’ve won a prize.
On the Thunderball, to win the £500,000 jackpot you’ll have to match the five main numbers plus the Thunderball.
The rest of the prizes are broken down as follows
- Five main numbers – £5,000
- Four main numbers plus Thunderball – £250