National Lottery Results from 19 Apr 2014
Check the National Lotto results from ! You can watch the live National Lotto results draw hosted by Chris Evans every Saturday night at 19:30 UK Time on BBC One. If you can't catch the live draw or for the Wednesday night results which are not televised, you can check here for all of the official winning National Lottery numbers.
|Prize Level||Winning Tickets||Prize Awarded|
|Tier 1 (Match 6)||0 x||5,323,200,00 GBP|
|Tier 2 (Match 5 plus Bonus Ball)||3 x||141,631,00 GBP|
|Tier 3 (Match 5)||172 x||2,097,00 GBP|
|Tier 4 (Match 4)||10,946 x||174,00 GBP|
|Tier 5 (Match 3)||225,391 x||25,00 GBP|
When you play the National Lottery online all of the results will be emailed to you whether or not you manage to win a prize. As well, your winnings will be paid directly into your online account so you do not need to worry about claiming your winning ticket within 180 days as you do when you purchase a ticket from the store.
Collecting your National Lottery prize money:
If you buy your National Lottery ticket offline there are several ways to collect your winnings, depending on how much prize money you have won:
- You can collect prizes up £100 from the local retailer where you bought it.
- Retailers may choose to pay out prizes between £100 and £500 but are not legally obliged to do so. If they do not then you must claim your prize through a Post Office or directly through the National Lottery (see below).
- Most prizes up to £50,000 can be paid by Post Offices by cheque and you may elect to receive the first £500 in cash.
- You may also receive prizes up to £50,000 by sending your winning ticket with a completed Prize form to the National Lottery at P.O. Box 287, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD18 9TT. All prizes over £50,000 will be paid to winners via cheque or by Direct Credit (CHAPS) into your current bank account by the National Lottery once the winning ticket is verified.
Share the National Lottery and play as part of a Lotto syndicate
Watching the National Lotto with friends, colleagues and family is a Saturday night tradition for many people across the country. If you want to get more out of playing the National Lotto then why not try forming a lottery syndicate? Whether you play with family, colleagues from work, team mates from your sports team, classmates or any other group of friends - playing in a syndicate greatly improves your chance of winning a prize. In fact many of the biggest winners of the National Lottery jackpot go to players who have formed a syndicates.
While you may not want to create a formal syndicate with family members you should always draw up a simple agreement detailing how any prize money is shared if you are playing with work colleagues for example. A lottery syndicate agreement is a simple legal agreement which will mean if you do win the jackpot there are no disputes about who gets what. Checking your National Lotto winning numbers in the company of friends and loved ones is a great way to increase your chances of having a winning ticket as well as the fun and excitement of watching the live draw!