The first UK Lotto draw of the week took place last night and as there was a triple rollover jackpot on offer to win many players were hoping to strike lucky. However, this wasn’t the case as the UK Lotto results for Wednesday 26th September 2012 show that no players were able to match the six numbers drawn. This means that the UK Lotto jackpot now soars to an impressive £19.6 million (estimated jackpot) for Saturday’s draw which is the biggest the top prize has reached this year in this lottery.
Latest UK National Lottery / Lotto Results for 17 October 2012
Although there were no jackpot winners there were over 379,000 tickets that won a prize. There were four ticket holders that matched five numbers along with the Bonus Ball to win the second tier prize so each took home £250,484. To add to that 18,486 matched four numbers to win £74 and then over 360,000 ticket holders won the smallest UK Lotto prize of £10.
It is very rare that the UK Lotto jackpot goes over £10 million yet alone near to £20 million therefore Saturday’s draw will be exciting for all players. As the UK Lotto jackpot has now rolled over four times this jackpot can’t rollover anymore. Therefore if there are still no match six winners in Saturday’s draw then the top prize will roll down and be shared with players in the next winning prize tier.
This is the largest the jackpot has been for a long time, therefore if you fancy matching the UK Lotto results on Saturday to scoop this impressive jackpot then make sure you have your tickets ready because you never know, luck could be on your side!
To view a full prize breakdown from last night’s UK Lotto draw please click here.
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