Questions about checking resultsClose
1. Choose the dates you want to check using the calendar. You can also select 'Set to last 7 days' or 'Set to last 180 days'.Back to Top
2. Choose the Lotto draws that you want to check your Lotto numbers against.
3. Enter each line of jackpot numbers you want to check.
If you bought a ticket after 3rd October 2013 you will have been automatically entered into the Lotto raffle, so don't forget to check your raffle numbers too.
If the ticket you're checking is for a draw before 3rd October 2013, you don't need to enter any raffle numbers.
4. Once you have entered all of your numbers select 'Check now'.
If you have previously saved your numbers you can check these by selecting 'Check my saved numbers'. Please note that your saved numbers will not include your Lotto raffle numbers.
You can 'Clear' a line if you want to remove any numbers entered for that line or 'Clear all lines' if you want to start again.
For convenience, most winnings will be paid directly to your National Lottery Account or your debit card. You can claim your prize the day immediately after you win it.
Here's how we pay you:
Wins of up to £500
These will be paid directly to your National Lottery Account. You can either transfer them to your debit card or use them to play more games.
Wins of £501 to £5,000
These are usually paid directly to your debit card, so you can quickly start to enjoy them!
Wins of over £5,000
Wins over £5,000 must be claimed by calling our National Lottery Customer Care Team on 0845 278 8000 and will be paid by cheque.Back to Top
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Includes the Lotto raffle with 50 prizes of £20,000
Lotto closes in:
Sat 26 Jul 14
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Important – make sure you obtain your prize
There are over six million winners on The National Lottery every week.
When you buy your ticket and check your results there are simple steps you can follow to ensure that, when you win, you receive your prize.
The Lotto mid-week draw will no longer be broadcast on the BBC.
However, a video of the latest Wednesday draw will be available to view exclusively online after each draw takes place, from approximately 9.30pm.
The Saturday draw show will still be shown on the BBC and a recording of the draw will be available online from the following Monday.