Another player has reason to celebrate after picking up £1 million on the Lotto Millionaire Raffle supplementary game, which also distributed 20 awards of £20,000 to those who matched the winning codes.
The new rules are designed to offer bigger top prizes, with the scrapping of the previous limit of four rollovers allowing jackpots to grow to a cap of £50 million. The current record jackpot for the game was set on Saturday 6th January 1996, when three players shared £42 million. Camelot chief executive Andy Duncan explained the reasons behind the revamp when it was announced in June, “offering players more chances than ever to become a millionaire on Lotto [due to the introduction of Lotto Millionaire Raffle] and bigger rolling jackpots is part of our programme of continuous innovation and builds on Lotto's ongoing success.”
Lotto will be drawn again on Saturday, with a jackpot of £4.4 million on offer, along with another guaranteed £1 million Lotto Millionaire Raffle award. For your chance to scoop a life-changing amount of cash, you can buy Lotto tickets online or from authorised retailers in the UK up until 7:30pm (BST) on the day of the draw. Good luck!