While the nine-figure jackpot might seem like an obvious choice for many people, others may want to take their chances on Lotto, which will be serving up a £4.1 million jackpot on Saturday to any player who can match the six main numbers that will be drawn. There will be fewer ticket holders competing for the prize, and Lotto also offers 50 prizes of £20,000 each in the supplementary Lotto Raffle game. If you’re looking for a home-grown lottery game that doesn’t put you up against the Spanish players currently dominating the EuroMillions jackpot league table, then Lotto might be the right one for you. A £4.1 million win would still let you live in luxury, and a £20,000 Lotto Raffle prize would certainly make Christmas a bit easier!
However, both Lotto and EuroMillions cost just £2 per line, so why not try your luck on both games this weekend? You never know - if you miss out on one, you could scoop a prize on the other! Tickets for these games are available now, with EuroMillions sales closing at 7.30pm BST (8.30pm CEST) on Friday and Lotto sales closing at 7.30pm BST on Saturday. Good luck!