Play UK Lottery Online or Instore
For many people, winning the lotto is dream that is unfathomable as finding a unicorn in your back yard. While the odds of winning the lottery are extremely small, the fact remains, that if you play, you have a chance of winning. In the UK, the National Lottery hosts a number of lottery games that are drawn every week. For UK residents, this is the ideal opportunity to play and stand a chance of winning millions of Pounds with an outlay as little as £1.00. In the notes below we are going to look at how to play UK lottery instore and online.
The Origins of the UK Lottery
The UK National Lottery was first established in 1993 when it was granted a licence by the government. The Lottery was run by the Camelot Group, a private operator that was awarded the franchise. The draw took place on a television program which was hosted by Noel Edwards. The very first draw saw seven jackpot winners jointly winning the major jackpot of £5,874,778. Today the National Lottery hosts a number of draw games and also runs a large number of scratch cards where players can win huge sums of money instantly instore. Residents can play UK lottery by buying tickets instore or by playing online.
The Lotto Draw
The UK National Lottery hosts 4 main lottery draw games. The first of these draw games is the Lotto game. The Lotto is drawn twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The Lotto is a rollover prize which has a guaranteed Million Pound draw each week. The Lotto also includes a raffle draw of 2 £1Million prizes and 20 prizes worth £20.000.00. Players can choose to play UK Lottery lotto games in store or online. Players must select 6 numbers from 1-56 at a cost of £2 per play.
Thunderball and EuroMillions
One of the more popular draws in the UK Lottery is the Thunderball game. The Thunderball game is drawn three times a week on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The draw is not as high as the lotto but in this case, winners get a guaranteed half a million Pounds where the top prize is not shared. The cost of the Thunderball is £1 per play. In addition to the Thunderball, residents can also play UK Lottery EuroMillions. The EuroMillions game is drawn on Tuesdays and Fridays and is one of the highest paying draws in the UK. To play, players must select 5 numbers from 1-50 and 2 numbers from 1-11.
The fourth draw game that is offered by the UK National Lottery is the Lotto HotPics. The HotPics game is slightly different to the other draw games. Residents play UK lottery Hotpics by first choosing the number of digits they want to play from 1-5. After selecting the amount of numbers played, players can then choose from any number 1-59 for any of the numbers from 1-5. The HotPics draw takes place on Wednesdays and Saturday. All of the lotto draw games can be played online by selecting the game you want to play, filling in the numbers and making an online payment or setting up a direct debit.