Get More From Your National Lottery Draw Numbers

 
 
A little while ago Camelot, the administrators of the British National Lottery announced there would be changes made to the main Lotto draw, resulting in more money being available when you match National Lottery draw numbers. The time has come for those changes to be implemented.

As of Saturday 5 October 2013 the tickets will increase in price from £1 to £2 (in line with the Euromillions draw) and the minimum jackpots will increase from £3.9 million to £5 million on a Saturday and from £2.1 million to £2.5 million on a Wednesday.
 

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The smaller prizes for matching National Lottery draw numbers will change in value too. The larger prizes will actually reduce in value, matching 5 National Lottery draw numbers plus a Bonus Ball used to net the player £100,000 but this will now become £50,000. Equally just 5 numbers matched brings £1000 instead of the previous £1500.

Match 4 National Lottery draw numbers however and the reward increases from £60 to £100: similarly, matching 3 numbers now brings £25, instead of £10.

Bear in mind the prizes can increase according to the amount of ticket sales and the number of winners.

The biggest change however is that Camelot are bringing in a raffle system, similar to that already existing in the UK Euromillions draw. The prize fund available is also £1 million (as in the European lottery) but, for the Lotto draw, this is divided between 50 players, each receiving £20,000 in addition to anything they might win by selecting the right National Lottery draw numbers.

There is an interesting twist to the new raffle scheme, however, as the number of raffle winners will increase as the jackpot rolls over. Every time the top prize rolls over, another 50 x £20,000 raffle prizes are added to the Lotto draw. This means a quadruple rollover will result in 250 raffle winners!

To launch the new look National lottery there will be two special draws on Saturday 5th October and Saturday 12th October 2013. On both these nights the jackpot will be guaranteed to be at least £10 million and there will be a massive 1,000 winners of the £20,000 raffle prize.

The new tickets will go on sale on 3 October 2013. Don’t forget that, although you will be paying more, the National Lottery draw numbers you select will give you the potential to win more than before.

 

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