Lottery Results for Saturday 18th January 2014

Almost every Saturday creates at least a few lottery jackpot winners, but last night was particularly special because there were multiple jackpot winners in several games, which means that over a dozen players are currently celebrating the win of a lifetime. There were millions of consolation prizes landed too, so even those games that delivered a jackpot rollover gave their fans something to shout about. The lottery results for Saturday 18th January, 2014, were as follows…

Lottery Results for Saturday 18th January 2014

UK Lotto

07 – 12 – 23 – 27 – 30 – 31 Bonus Ball: 33

The UK Lotto jackpot last night had a final value of £2,708,045, and five tickets matched all six of the main numbers drawn to take an equal share of that sum. Each jackpot-winning ticket therefore won £541,609, which probably isn’t as much as the successful players might have dreamed of, but is still a massive amount of cash and well worth winning. More than 429,000 consolation prizes were won, and the Lotto Raffle game created 50 winners of £20,000 each, so visit the Results page at for full details.

Irish Lottery

04 – 05 – 13 – 21 – 29 – 37 Bonus Ball: 22

We have often highlighted the fact that the Irish Lottery jackpot is one of the easier ones to win as far as probabilities are concerned, but last night the game demonstrated that truth in great style. Six tickets matched all six main numbers to share the €3,528,865 jackpot equally, and that gave each of the winners a personal prize of €588,144. Two tickets won €25,000 each by matching five main numbers and the Bonus Ball, and more than 40,000 tickets won smaller consolation prizes. You can view the complete breakdown of those prizes by visiting the Results page at

Health Lottery

01 – 24 – 32 – 33 – 37 Bonus Ball: 29

Once again, no Saturday night player was able to take down the top prize in the Health Lottery game, so the next chance to win £100,000 by matching all five main numbers will come on Wednesday. The good news is that, for the second week running, more than 7,000 tickets were able to win a consolation prize, and 10 tickets won Hot Ticket prizes of £2,000, £5,000 or £10,000 each.


14 – 18 – 38 – 41 – 74 – 78 Jolly: 58 SuperStar: 70

Italian lottery players had a jackpot of €25.7 million to try and win in the SuperEnalotto game last night, but once again the numbers proved a little too tricky for a single ticket to land. The second tier prize level was also lacking winners, but the third tier saw 10 tickets match five of the main numbers to win €30,983 each. There were more than 33,000 tickets that won a consolation prize in the main game, and over 50,000 SuperStar entries also won prizes. The next SuperEnalotto game on Tuesday 21st January will offer a jackpot worth around €26.2 million.


13 – 14 – 19 – 31 – 38 Powerball: 25

A jackpot of $113 million was waiting in the wings for any player who could, with a single entry, match all six numbers drawn in the Saturday night Powerball game, but there were no such players. Four tickets matched the five main numbers only to win their owners $1 million each, and 27 tickets won $10,000 each by matching four main numbers as well as the Powerball. Over 473,000 standard entries won prizes last night, and more than 88,000 Power Play entries also won prizes. The next Powerball game on Wednesday will now offer an advertised jackpot of $131 million.

Australian Saturday Lotto

01 – 09 – 10 – 13 – 27 – 39 Supplementary Numbers: 15 and 28

For the second week running, the Australian Saturday Lotto jackpot was shared between eight tickets that succeeded in matching all six of the main numbers drawn. The final value of the jackpot was AUD$4,104,095, which means that each of the winning tickets is now worth a hefty AUD$513,011. There were 74 tickets that won AUD$7,537 each by matching five of the main numbers and one of the supplementary numbers, and more than 561,000 tickets won smaller prizes at the lower levels. The next Australian Saturday Lotto jackpot will once again be worth around AUD$4 million.

Written by Lottie McDonald

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