UK Lotto Help & FAQs

UK Lotto

UK Lotto takes place every Wednesday and Saturday at 20:00 GMT (21:00 CET). You can bet on the national UK lottery regardless of your location, and you have the chance of winning the same prizes, including the jackpot! Check out the FAQs related to UK Lotto below, or contact our Customer Experience team for more information.

What is UK Lotto?

UK Lotto is the national lottery of the United Kingdom. It started in 1994 and it has become the UK’s favourite lottery!

How do I bet on the UK lottery?

Betting on UK Lotto is super easy! All you need to do is:
1. Head over to our UK Lotto page
2. Select 6 numbers from 1-59, or choose the Quick Pick option for random numbers
3. Finalise your transaction by clicking ‘Add to Cart’

What do I do if I never want to miss a UK Lotto draw?

You can subscribe to UK Lotto by choosing your preferred subscription option before finalising your transaction. You can choose between a 1 month subscription or a 3 month subscription. When you subscribe to UK Lotto, your numbers will be automatically submitted for you in every UK Lotto draw - you will not need to place your bets every time!

What are the UK Lotto prizes?

The national UK lottery offers 6 different prizes, including the jackpot. The value of the prizes in tiers 5 and 6 are fixed, but the value of prizes in tiers 1-4 depends on the number of tickets sold. If there are multiple winners for any given prize tier, the amount is divided equally between the winners. Check out the UK Lotto prizes in the table below:

Match Odds of Winning Prize*
6 1:45,057,474 Jackpot
5 + Bonus Ball 1:7,509,579 £1,000,000 (estimated)
5 1:144,415 £1,750
4 1:2,180 £140
3 1:97 £30
2 1:10.3 Free Bet

* The amounts shown above have been taken from the official UK Lotto prize breakdown. prize amounts are calculated in accordance with our Terms and Conditions.

What happens if nobody wins the jackpot?

If nobody wins the UK Lotto jackpot, which starts at £2 million (approx. €2.24 million), the jackpot continues to roll over for a maximum of 5 times. The 5th rollover will be a ‘Must Be Won’ lottery, and if nobody wins the jackpot in this instance, a jackpot roll down will take place, in which the jackpot will be distributed amongst all cash winners.