Can you watch the National Lottery Live?

What time is the UK Lotto draw tonight?

Watch all Lotto draws first on our website or YouTube channel at 8pm every Wednesday and 7.45pm every Saturday.

What time does the Lotto results come out?

The latest results for most of our games are generally available on the day of draw by 9:00pm (AEST).

What time is lotto on TV tonight?

Watch the draw on TV

Saturday Lotto, Monday & Wednesday Lotto, Oz Lotto and Powerball draws can be seen on 7TWO at approximately 8:30pm AEST on the night of the official draw.

Is the National Lottery shown on TV?

Since January 2017, the live draws are no longer broadcast on television and are available to watch online at the National Lottery website and YouTube.

How much do you win for 3 numbers on the UK lottery?

UK Lotto Prizes

Winning Combination Odds of Winning Prize
5 Numbers + Bonus Ball 1 in 7,509,579 £1 million
5 Numbers 1 in 144,415 £1,750
4 Numbers 1 in 2,180 £140
3 Numbers 1 in 97 £30

Can you cheat in the lottery?

The truth of the matter is – there is probably no secret or trick in playing lotto. In fact, people who have won the jackpot for more than once shared that there are certain strategy that you can do to increase the chance of winning. You can watch that video where Richard breaks down his secret formula.

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What time is the Lotto Max draw tonight?

LOTTO MAX draws are held every Tuesday and Friday. Tickets can be purchased until 9:30 pm CT, 8:30 pm MT and 7:30 pm PT on the date of the draw.

How do you check to see if you won the lottery?

The updated California Lottery app, called Check-a-Ticket, allows users to immediately scan their Scratchers or newer draw game ticket to see if the have a winner. The app uses the phone camera to scan the barcode on the ticket and then automatically shows the results. The barcode isn’t visible until you scratch it.

What time is Saturday night Lotto results?

Saturday Lotto is broadcast on Channel 7 or 7TWO (and affiliated regional stations) at approximately 8:30pm AEST (9:30PM AEDT) every Saturday.