Lotto ticket holder urged to check numbers with 8 3.8m jackpot players

Lotto ticket holder urged to check numbers with 8 3.8m jackpot players

National lottery players are being urged to check their tickets as a ticket holder scoops the $ 3.8 million lotto jackpot tonight.

The winning lottery numbers are: 13, 49, 38, 39, 53, 56 and the bonus number is 59.

Camelot’s Andy Carter, a consultant on the National Lottery’s Senior Winners, said: “One ticket holder has won the fantastic £ 3.8m Lotto Jackpot tonight – our third winner in a week, lucky ticket holders after sharing between 4 5.4 million Jackpot on Wednesday.

“Players are asked to check tickets online through the National Lottery app or website or at a local store and call us soon to request this massive prize.

Players are asked to verify their tickets (file photo)

“National lottery players across the country make a huge difference to the national lottery good causes, on average, about $ 30 million every week.

“Thanks to the National Lottery players, more than M800 million has been distributed across the UK to counter its impact. Corona virus, Including more than 400 million m to support the most vulnerable in our communities. “

Winning Thunderball Numbers: 39, 16, 37, 10, 24 and Thunderball Number 12.

Got a lucky winner

One ticket holder scooped 8 3.8 million lotto jackpots (file photo)

The estimated lotto jackpot on Wednesday is m 2 million.

Yesterday a lucky ticket booked the Euro Millions Jackpot, and the holder will receive $ 200 million (5 175 million).

If a player had a ticket purchased in France, they would now be the biggest winners in Pan-European lottery history.

The winner is now instantly richer than Adele (m 150 m), Sir Tom Jones (m 170 m), golfer Rory McIlroy (£ 170 m) and Little Mix Four (48 m).

French player Matched with five key numbers and two lucky stars.

The jackpot in Euro Millions next Tuesday will now be m 15 million.

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