The 1,383rd Health Lottery draw took place on Saturday 31st August 2019 . Here is the full result: Winning Numbers Saturday 31st August 2019 – Draw Number 1,383 142224405025 Prize Tiers …
The National Lottery is the state-franchised lottery in the United Kingdom. It is controlled by Camelot Group.The license was granted in 1994, 2001 and again in 2007. In the beginning, the lottery was governed by the National Lottery Commission, its responsibilities channeled to the Gambling Commission, and was proved by the government of John Major in 1994.All Awards are paid as a lump sum and are free of tax. All the money obtained is spent on National Lottery games in a way as mentioned below
The Postcode Lottery results for Wednesday 28th August 2019 were: Prizes Category Winners Prize (£) Total (£) Postcode (Daily) – £1,000.00 – Postcode Winners Map
The 2,502nd Thunderball draw took place on Wednesday August 28th 2019 and the result for this draw is as follows: Results 28 August 2019 – Draw Number 2,502 1915272911 Prize Breakdown …
The 1,379th Health Lottery draw took place on Wednesday 28th August 2019 . Here is the full result: Winning Numbers 28 August 2019 – Draw Number 1,379 8 …
The Postcode Lottery results for Thursday 22nd August 2019 were: Prizes Category Winners Prize (£) Total (£) Postcode (Daily) – £1,000.00 – Postcode Winners Map
The 2,499th Thunderball draw took place on August 22, 2019, and the result for this draw is as follows: 22 August 2019 – Draw Number 2,499 4 9 …
The 1,375th Health Lottery draw took place on 22 August 2019 . Here is the full result: Winning Numbers 22 August 2019 – Draw Number 1,375 13 …
The 2,498th Thunderball draw took place on Thursday, August 21th 2019 and the result for this draw is as follows: Results 21th August 2019 – Draw Number 2,498 391516378 Prize Breakdown …
The 1,373rd Health Lottery draw took place on Thursday 21 August 2019 . Here is the full result: Winning Numbers 21 August 2019 – Draw Number 1,374 789274419 Prize Tiers Category: …
The Postcode Lottery results for Tuesday 20th August 2019 were: Prizes Category Winners Prize (£) Total (£) Postcode (Daily) – £1,000.00 – Postcode Winners Map
- around 53% is spent on the prize fund
- 25% to good causes as set out by parliament
- 12% goes to the UK Government's lottery duty
- about 4% to retailers as commission
- 5% of the total to operator Camelot, with 4% to cover operating costs and 1% as profit.
The UK National Lottery History:BackgroundAn act passed by a legislative body of 1698 provided that in England lotteries were by default illegal unless specifically authorized by law. An early English state lottery included the Million Lottery (1694) and the Malt Lottery (1697).These type of Lotteries were the part of a series of financial experiments by the English government including coinage and the Base of the Bank of England.Because of security risks, in 2018, Camelot advised many of the players to change their passwords because of a "low-level" cyber-attack that affected 150 customer accounts. The title that no money was taken from customers.The Camelot claimed that the hackers used a technical method called credential stuffing and said that the attack appeared to have begun on 7 March.Eligibility:According to December 2016, eligibility demand includes:
- Players who want to take part in the lottery must have at least 16 years old to buy C or to play Lotto, Thunder ball or Euro millions
- Tickets can be bought in by the person at approved assumption in the UK, or online over the Internet
- Buying of the tickets from the National Lottery website is restricted to people who have a UK bank account, and are resident in the UK or Isle of Man, and for those who are physically present in the UK or Isle of Man when making the ticket purchase.
- The ticket purchaser for a syndicate must meet the eligibility criteria for ticket purchase. Syndicate members must be aged 16 or over
- Lottery tickets cannot be transferable, so commercial syndicates are not permitted.
UK National Lotto:The players can buy tickets with their choice of six different numbers between 1 and 59.There is planning for random numbers to be generated automatically for those who do not wish to choose, known as 'Lucky Dip'.Entry fee to the Lotto draw was set at £1 per board from its introduction and increased to £2 in October 2013
Lotto Hotpicks odds and payouts from October 2015
|Match||Prize||Odds of winning|
|1 number||£6||1 in 10|
|2 numbers||£60||1 in 115|
|3 numbers||£800||1 in 1,626|
|4 numbers||£13,000||1 in 30,342|
|5 numbers||£350,000||1 in 834,398|
The National Lottery identify the Hotpicks as five games in one, as the player has an option of five ways of playing the game, each offering different odds and payouts.The fee for the Lotto Hotpicks draw is £1 per board.
Thunderball DrawThe thunder ball jackpot draw demands the players to pick five major numbers from 1 to 39 and one 'thunder ball' number from 1 to 14 per board. Prizes may be won in both ways, either by matching the main numbers or with the match of the thunder ball number winning bigger prizes.If all the five main numbers, as well as the Thunder ball, is matched then, the top prize of £500,000 can be won. There is a prize of £3 for matching the only Thunder ball. Four times a week Draws take places in the following days