Does the Health Lottery let you know if you have won?
If you’ve matched any 3 main winning numbers and the bonus ball grab your winning ticket (you can’t collect your prize without it) and head to any Health Lottery retailer. … Subscription and online players will receive notification from THL of their prize.
How do I check my Health Lottery results?
Check your Health Lottery tickets to see if you’ve won one of the six great prizes available. Simply select your numbers from the grid below, then use the ‘Check Results’ button. Your ticket will be compared against all draws from the last 180 days so that you can see how many winning numbers you matched!
How many numbers do you need to win on the Health Lottery?
Although Health Lottery players only pick five numbers for their ticket, there are actually six winning numbers in each draw. This extra number is the Bonus Ball and it exists to boost the winnings of players who have matched two, three or four main numbers.
How does Health Lottery raffle work?
Unlike a lottery draw, the Mega Raffle winner is drawn from within the pool of entrants. This means there will always be a winner! How do I enter? For each £1 spent on any Health Lottery game (weekly draws, QuickWin draws or scratch cards), you will also automatically earn a Mega Raffle entry.
How do you use your free health lottery tickets?
Claiming your Free Ticket
If you have won a free ticket when playing in-store, just take your winning entry to any Health Lottery retailer and you will be given a free Quick Pick for the next available draw. If you play online, you can select the draw date that you want the free ticket for.
Which lottery has best odds?
According to the National Lottery website, the odds of winning the jackpots are:
- Lotto jackpot: 1 in 45,057,474.
- EuroMillions jackpot: 1 in 139,838,160.
- Set For Life top prize: 1 in 15,339,390.
- Thunderball top prize: 1 in 8,060,598.
What time is the health lottery results?
Results are usually published around 8pm.
What time is the health lottery on tonight?
From launch, draws for the Health Lottery were broadcast live on the ITV network during an advertisement break of The X Factor, paid for by Northern and Shell, and shortly after on Channel 5. Draws are currently broadcast at around 9:55 pm on Channel 5.
Do you get anything for 1 number and the bonus ball?
The Bonus Ball is always guaranteed to be between 1 and 59, as it is drawn from the same pool as the six main numbers. That means any of the six numbers on your ticket can match the Bonus Ball. … The only prize that requires you to match the Bonus Ball is the second prize, for matching five numbers plus the Bonus Ball.
What’s the easiest lottery to win?
Which is the easiest Lottery to win?
- Oz Lotto – odds 1:8.
- Polish Mini Lotto – odds 1:8.5.
- UK National Lottery – odds 1:9.3.
- Spanish Lotto – odds 1:10.
- Austria Lotto – odds 1:12.
- Irish Lotto – odds 1:13.
- Mega Millions Lottery – odds 1:24.
- Powerball Lotto – odds 1:24.87.
Are lucky dips more likely to win?
Numbers that are chosen more often will appear on more lottery tickets – meaning a higher chance of sharing the top prize if you do win. By going with a Quick Pick or Lucky Dip option, you avoid this skew towards numbers that are in dates so could be less likely to have share your winnings.
How much is health lottery ticket?
A: QuickWin is our online only lottery game; simply choose 5 balls from 50 or use Quick Pick to have the numbers selected for you at random. The cost is £1 per draw and 25.5p of every pound is allocated to good causes. Draws take place every three minutes using a Random Number Generator (RNG).