£11.6m prize split after no one wins lottery jackpot

The £11.6m lottery jackpot for Saturday was split between several ticket holders after no one collected the money. The winning lotto numbers for the ‘to be won’ draw were 22, 24, 27, 30, 52, 57 – and the bonus number was 20.

The 11 ball game and the Guinevere shooting machine were used. The estimated jackpot for Wednesday is £2 million. On Saturday night, a total of 64 ticket holders matched five numbers to win £6,079 each, 4,855 ticket holders matched four numbers to win £219 each and 123,261 ticket holders matched three numbers to win £67 each . Some 1,273,898 ticket holders matched two numbers to win £5 and a Free Lotto Lucky Dip.

Andy Carter of Camelot, Senior Advisor to National Lottery Winners, said: ‘This is incredible news for 1.2 million lotto players who have won £5 plus a free Lucky Dip for matching just two main numbers in tonight’s £11.6m lotto. ‘ to design. On top of that, 123,261 ticket holders picked up £67, down from £30, for matching just three main numbers.

“As no ticket holder won the jackpot, the prize is shared among all other winners.” No one has matched all five numbers to win the £350,000 top prize at Lotto HotPicks, which uses the same numbers as the Lotto draw.

There were no winners of the £500,000 Thunderball top prize either. The winning Thunderball numbers were 11, 22, 23, 32, 35 – and the Thunderball was 13.

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