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In the lottery rollover, the jackpot jumps to £ 5.4 million because there are no weekend winners.

Wednesday’s best lottery prize was estimated at £ 5.4 million after no weekend winners, but one lucky Panther scooped £ 1 million.

In Saturday’s re-lottery, no one claimed a lucky lottery number (27, 35, 18, 28, 17, 57, bonus number 51).

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The jackpot will be estimated at £ 5.4 million after no one wins the highest award
The winning numbers were 27, 35, 18, 28, 17, 57 and the bonus number was 51.

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The winning numbers were 27, 35, 18, 28, 17, 57 and the bonus number was 51.

However, one lucky player won the next big prize. Matching the five numbers with the bonus ball is £ 1m.

Another 61 ticket owners got £ 1,750 after matching 5 of the 6 numbers.

This is because no one claimed the £ 350,000 jackpot for Lotto Hot Picks on Saturday, but 10 players were able to bring back £ 13,000 after matching the four numbers.

In other developments, the number of Thunderballs won was 38, 34, 37, 17, 39 and 13 Thunderballs.

And no one got the highest prize of £ 500,000, but after one player matched the five numbers, he scooped up the second prize of £ 5,000.

This is coming National Lottery players are told to check their tickets now after the lucky Lottery Panther gets £ 10,000 a month for the next 30 years...

They won a stunning amount of money after picking a winning number in the Set For Life National Lottery draw on Thursday.

The single winner won the highest award by correctly matching the life ball, which was 10 with all the numbers (42, 39, 47, 31, 08).

Two ticket holders matched only five numbers and earned £ 10,000 a month for a year, and 27 players matched four numbers with a lifeball and earned £ 250 each.

Andy Carter of Camelot, Senior Winners Advisor to the National Lottery, said:

“Players are encouraged to check their tickets and call us to win the amazing Set For Life award tonight.”

Set For Life gives players the chance to earn £ 10,000 each month for 30 years.

Winners will earn a total of £ 3.6m over 30 years.

Players must choose from five major numbers from 1 to 47 and life balls from another set from 1 to 10.

The odds of winning the highest award are 1 in 15,339,390.



In the lottery rollover, the jackpot jumps to £ 5.4 million because there are no weekend winners.

SourceIn the lottery rollover, the jackpot jumps to £ 5.4 million because there are no weekend winners.

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