Many lottery draws make many winners, and many winners make plenty of lottery news, which is what we aim to bring you on these pages. There is hardly a week goes by without a news story about a big winner, good causes and unclaimed prizes and you can catch up on all the big stories here on our news pages. It is little wonder there’s so much news, with so many different lottery games being played each week. From the flagship Lotto and big Euro Millions draw to the smaller side draws like Lotto Plus 5 and Thunderball, there is news breaking every day and you can catch up with it all here.
Here you can keep track of all the upcoming rollovers and big draws and you can make sure you know what’s happening in the next few draws so you don’t miss any impressive jackpots. There’s also news about unclaimed prizes to keep track of too and we’ll often bring you reminders of prizes about to expire and winners who have not come forward to claim. When new games are launched and if the rules of any lottery change, we’ll bring you all of the details.
One of the things that make UK lotteries so special is the way the Good Causes Funds work. However, often players miss out on news and information about where their money goes and how it is donated. That’s why we aim to also bring you all the latest news covering deserving recipients in the charity field too, and the worthy projects funded by you, the lottery player.
A farmer from the United States, Mr Neal Wanless has recently won the US lottery winning a whopping $88.5 million prize. This lucky winner works on his ranch in South Dakota alongside his parents. Despite winning a fortune, this down to earth farmer vows that he will carry on working the land as this is a job that he loves.
Brace yourselves! This weekend there is a EuroMillions triple rollover with a jackpot of around £50 million up for grabs on Friday 12th June 2009 due to no one bagging last week’s big prize. If you buy a winning ticket this week you could be richer than you ever imagined so don’t delay on buying that all important ticket.
It’s a well know fact that there are significant odds against you selecting those tantalising winning lottery numbers however there are some steps you can take to increase your chances of being that lucky winner. Following on from our previous articles here are more tips on how to win that cash prize:
Have you ever wondered how you can increase your chances of scooping that UK lottery jackpot? Here are some tips to help you develop your own lottery strategy to up your chances of winning the big prize:
A Luton based couple have beaten the recession blues by winning a whopping £10,784,075 double rollover jackpot on the National Lottery online.
A UK lottery triple rollover is a major event, and when this kind of jackpot comes up for the taking it inspires millions of people to try for the chance to win around £20 million pounds and above. There are occasions when just one lucky individual wins the top prize. If you were the winner what would you do with all that money? You may have plenty of ideas but if you’re struggling here are a few suggestions:
The National Lottery has had its best year since 1998 according to a report released recently. The year to the end of March figures showed that the UK National Lottery had cashed in £5,149 million in comparison to the £4,966 million totalled last year. This is great news for the National Lottery organisers who have just started their third lottery license phase.
There is a EuroMillions double rollover this Friday the 5th of June which means the jackpot will come in at a staggering £37,000,000. We’re sure that whatever you’ve got planned this summer, an extra £37,000,000 will make all the difference to your bank account.
Although we are all tightening our belts and being extra careful with our money, National Lottery sales are still hitting the roof. Camelot believe it is because everyone is hoping they will hold the lucky lottery numbers and have a big win to help them through these hard times.
A recent plea from the National Lottery urging people to find their old unclaimed lottery tickets has been announced after there were many unclaimed prizes not collected.