Information on the Lottery Results History
Here you can find a link to past Lottery Results History for Wednesday Lotto results, Saturday Lotto results, EuroMillions lottery results and the Millionaire Raffle results. The Lottery Results History is just a click away. Past winning numbers are ideal for planning your next winning combinations.
Daily draw lottery results history
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Winning lottery tickets are not valid forever. No matter what lottery you play there will always (almost always) be a cut off point or deadline by which prize money will need to be claimed. In many cases the rules are that winnings will need to be claimed within 180 days after the lottery draw date. So if you do not claim your prize before that date you will lose the prize money! For more recent draws (past 4 draws) use the Lottery Results History below. Contact your lottery provider for more detailed history. You could be a winner.
Lotto (or the National Lotto or National Lottery) is the UK’s biggest and best millionaire making lotto game. the rules are really simple. All you need to do is pick 6 numbers from 1 to 49. The Lotto draw takes place every Wednesday and Saturday and six numbers (the main lottery numbers) are drawn, along with one additional number – a bonus ball number. Simply match a minimum of three numbers to the main numbers drawn to win a lotto prize. Remember, the bonus number is only relevant when you match five main numbers and the bonus number!
Did you know?
As operator of The National Lottery, Camelot is committed to maximising returns to good causes in a socially responsible and acceptable way. Camelot operates the most cost-efficient lottery in Europe, an achievement that has helped the UK National Lottery to generate over £25 billion for the good causes, and counting.
It’s amazing to think that in the period up to March 2012, around 28% of the total National Lottery revenue is expected to go to the good causes. That’s something to think about the next time you buy a lottery ticket and check your tickets usiong the Lottery Results History.