FOUR Brits become millionaires after scooping Lotto wins – but huge £8.5million jackpot yet to be won

FOUR Brits have become millionaires after scooping Lotto wins – but a huge £8.5million jackpot is yet to be won.

The lucky winners drew the life-changing tickets to scoop a massive haul on the National lottery jackpot.

Punters are urged to check their tickets now


Punters are urged to check their tickets nowCredit: Getty

The last draw saw three four-holders scoop a million for matching five main numbers and the bonus ball winning £1 million each.

However, no ticket-holders matched all six main numbers and the prize remains unclaimed.

And after no player scooped the Saturday’s top prize, an eye-watering £8.5million jackpot is still up for grabs.

Punters are now urged to check their tickets to see if they have become the next millionaire.

The winning Lotto numbers were 02, 04, 11, 23, 26, 33 – and the bonus number was 40.

No players matched all five numbers to win the Lotto HotPicks, which uses the same numbers as the Lotto draw.

But nine matched four numbers claiming £13,000.

The winning Thunderball numbers were 05, 13, 22, 24, 38 – and the Thunderball was 02.

Butthe £500,000 top prize is still to be claimed.

But four lucky players bagged £5,000 each for matching five numbers.

Players can buy and check their tickets online by downloading the National Lottery app or at

Players can also buy and check tickets in retail.

Playing online via the app or website means that your ticket is checked, and you get an email notification if you win a prize. 

It comes as a couple who won the EuroMillions lottery only thought they had won £100 leaving them distraught.

But, Patricia and John Gill actually won the £1m ticket on Christmas Day in 2015, but haven’t blown the cash on a fast lifestyle.

Meanwhile, a mum who won £1.2 million on the National Lottery left her boss fuming over the cheeky way she quit her job.

Caroline and Graham Parris, both 65, of Reading, Berkshire, matched five numbers and the Bonus Ball in the Lotto Must Be Won draw on November 1.

Mrs Parris also celebrated their win of £1,236,481 by handing in her resignation as a part-time receptionist for a local company where she had worked since she was 14.


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