Last night the first UK Lotto draw of the week took place and as the jackpot has been won five times in a row many players were hoping to match the numbers drawn to become the sixth UK Lotto jackpot winners in a row. However, this wasn’t the case as the UK Lotto results for Wednesday 27th June 2012 show that the jackpot wasn’t won therefore it rolls over. Despite that there were 230,116 players that won a prize and to see if you were one of them take a look at the UK Lotto results from last night at www.lottery.co.uk.
Latest UK National Lottery / Lotto Results for 4 July 2012
As the UK Lotto jackpot wasn’t won last night it meant that the first winning prize tier was the match five plus Bonus tier in which one player matched these numbers drawn to win the second tier prize that was worth £772,521. To add to that 209 players won £2,310 by matching five numbers and then 219,285 players matched three numbers to win the smallest UK Lotto prize that is always worth £10.
Out of all the numbers drawn last night there was one that made for interesting UK Lotto statistics. The number 39 was drawn first last night and this particular number is one of the most often drawn numbers in this lottery and last night it made its 229th appearance in the UK Lotto results. To view more statistics from this lottery please visit www.lottery.co.uk.
The UK Lotto jackpot rolled over last night therefore the top prize available to win on Saturday night is now estimated at £6.4 million. Therefore, if you fancy winning this jackpot and becoming a millionaire thanks to the UK Lotto make sure you have your tickets ready as you never know luck could be on your side.
Written by Grace Mee
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