A £3.8million prize is up for grabs in tonight’s (Saturday, September 7) National Lottery draw.
It would be enough to buy a new car and house, take the family away on a luxury holiday and much more.
Whatever you are planning to do with your winnings, you would probably still have plenty of cash left over.
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When is the lottery draw?
The winning numbers for tonight’s National Lottery draw will be revealed at 7.45pm.
The winning Thunderball numbers will be drawn at 8.15pm.
The winning numbers will appear in the live blog below.
The biggest ever Lotto winner was created in April 2016 when an anonymous player banked £35m. In January 2016 two ticket-holders walked away with £33m each.
Before that, a main Lotto game jackpot of £42,008,610, was drawn in January 1996 and split between three anonymous winners, with each being awarded £14,002,870. A single ticket won £26.4 million on the New Year’s Eve lotto in 2016.
The UK National Lottery was first drawn on November 19, 1994. Half of all money spent by players goes to the prize fund, with 28 per cent to good causes, 12 per cent to the Government as duty, five per cent to retailers and five per cent to which has operated the lottery throughout its history.
Tickets are available online every day from 8am until 11pm, except on Wednesdays and Saturdays, when the draws are held.
On these days ticket sales close at 7.30pm – so make sure you’ve got your ticket before then.
You can play online at on the lottery website or most newsagents.
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