Players' Guide - Version 22

Players' Guide Glossary


The process which results in the random selection by Camelot of a set of winning numbers (and/or letters) for a National Lottery Draw-based game.


An entry in a National Lottery Draw-based game which has been registered as an entry on Camelot's computer system.

Lucky Dip:

A selection of different numbers which are randomly selected by Camelot's computer system on your behalf for a Draw-based game.


A prize won by an eligible player in a Draw-based game or Scratchcard.


Any person, firm or company authorised by Camelot to sell Tickets, Scratchcards and/or to pay Prizes.


If a jackpot is not won in any Draw-based game, the next draw will be a rollover draw (subject to the maximum number of rollovers allowed for each draw, as detailed in that game's Game Procedures).


The Rules for Draw-based Games Played at Retailers.


The National Lottery machine which allows Tickets to be printed and, except in the case of Till-point Terminals, winning Tickets to be validated.


The ticket for a Draw-based game issued by a Terminal to record your Entry(ies). A Ticket will show the Draw-based game, number and frequency of Draws selected by you and the range of Draw date(s) the ticket is valid for.

Till-point Terminal:

Certain retailers are allowed to sell National Lottery Tickets and Scratchcards from their own tills. These tills are known as Till-point Terminals. Till-point Terminals can print Tickets and, in selected Retailers, validate Prizes.

Players’ Guide version 22. Last updated: 30th December 2014.

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