National Lottery draw LIVE: HUGE £3.6m Set For Life jackpot up for grabs TONIGHT after EuroMillions numbers revealed
There's a huge £3.6m Set For Life jackpot up for grabs tonight after EuroMillions numbers are revealed.
SET For Life returns tonight with a jackpot worth £3.6m. The draw takes place at 8pm and the results will be published on the live blog shortly afterwards.
There's a huge £3.6m Set For Life jackpot up for grabs tonight. The National Lottery offers a variety of ways to claim your winnings. Libby Elliot, from Aberdeenshire, Scotland, won £2,169,664 on the lottery. She went on to lose 11 stone and travel the world. The weekly timetable for all UK lottery games is available. There is a draw six nights a week. It should be noted that there are no draws on Sundays. GamCare is an information service for people who play lottery online. They can be contacted on 0808 8020 133 or visit the website.
Libby Elliot won £2,169,664 on the lottery in 2013. She put it on Lucky Dip on her way home from hospital. Her father was amazed that she was in hospital with him. He gave her pocket money and two pounds pocket cash. Libby went on to lose 11 stone and travel the world. National Lottery has a weekly draw six nights a week.
There is a huge £3.6m Set For Life jackpot up for grabs tonight. The draw is set to commence at 8pm. Prizes up to £500 can be claimed at the Lottery terminal in store. For prizes over £50,000 you need to take your winning ticket to the terminal for scanning and then go to a PO counter. Unclaimed lottery money goes to National Lotteries projects. The money is usually allocated to Good Causes Fund. It is available to fund things like sport programmes or local community buildings. People can contact GamCare on 0808 8020 133 for help.
There's a huge £3.6m Set For Life jackpot up for grabs tonight. To play, you need to pick five numbers from 1 to 47 and one Life Ball from 1-10. Ticket sales made £8,373.9m in the year ending 31 March 2021. Lottery projects were raised for National Lotteries projects and prizes were paid to players. Lotters' Duty was paid for Lotting Projects and retailers earned commission. Barry Perryman, 41, won £250k on a lottery scratchcard seven years ago but conned his OAP mum out of tens of thousands of pounds.
Marion Forrest, 86, bought a Fantasy 5 lotto ticket and shared her winnings with the cashier called Walter. James Courtemanche, 43, from Ontario won over £110,000 in cash from two tickets bought in Minnow Lake Kwik Way in Sudbury, Canada. Rachel Kennedy, 19, and Liam McCrohan, 21, missed out on the £182m Euromillions jackpot. They played the winning numbers 6, 12, 22, 29, 33, 6 and 11 for five weeks in a row. They were “absolutely heartbroken” when they realised their usual numbers had come up.
There have been some big lottery winners in the UK. Michael Carroll won £9.7m in 2002. Callie Rogers was Britain's youngest lottery winner at 16. Lee Ryan blew his £6.5m on luxury cars, a helicopter and a £2m home.