National Lottery Lotto Punter Claims £18 Million Jackpot

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By admin November 29, 2017 18:30

National Lottery Lotto Punter Claims £18 Million Jackpot

As per the National Lottery operator Camelot, a single ticket-holder scooped a whopping £18 million jackpot from the November 18, 2017, draw. The ticket-holder has recently claimed his/her prize. He refused to share any information about the winner unless the lucky winner decides to go public. Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at the National Lottery, said: “It has been an amazing year for Lotto players with numerous giant jackpots won. We look forward to helping this ticket-holder settle into their new millionaire lifestyle. I will ensure we have a glass of ice and cold champagne ready to toast their life-changing win.”

All the Lotto winning-ticket holders jointly banked £19.1 million in March, £21 million in June, £12.7 million in July, £14.4 million in August, and £16.9 million in September. Including the concerned November 25, 2017, drawing, a total of 26 ticket-holders have banked a share of the Lotto jackpot in 2017. The Millionaire Raffle, which was known as Lotto raffle earlier, takes place on each drawing day. Owing to its two prize tiers, it gives every ticket-holder two chances to become a millionaire. The first slot offers 20 guaranteed prizes of £20,000 while the second slot provides one guaranteed £1 million prize winner. However, the National Lottery prefers to draw the £1 million winning raffle number first and the 20 prizes of £20,000 then.

To play this game, you are requested to select six numbers from a range of 59 numbers. Apart from the manual pick, you can also prefer Lucky Dip numbers. You are allowed to choose at least 21 raffle numbers on each Lotto draw day. In this game, you can decide the number of play slips (up to 10 play slips) to be purchased and the lines (up to 7 lines) to be played. National Lottery allows a player to play up to 8 weeks in advance.

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