MORE than 100 Nationwide Lottery players have scooped a £4,500 Christmas bonus.
No person secured Saturday’s £15million “should be received” lottery jackpot, with the prize cash rolling down.
No ticket-holders matched all six principal numbers or 5 out of six and the bonus ball to bag the highest two prizes, Camelot mentioned.
However 105 players every received £4,595 after matching 5 of the six numbers.
In the meantime, some 7,733 players received £193 for matching 4 of the six principal numbers.
The profitable Lotto numbers had been 01, 08, 14, 46, 49, 59 and the bonus quantity was 19.
Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at The Nationwide Lottery, mentioned: “It is superb information for greater than 1.8 million Lotto players who’ve every received £5 plus a free Fortunate Dip for matching simply two principal numbers in tonight’s fantastically festive £15 million Lotto ‘should be received’ draw.
“On prime of this, 189,522 ticket-holders every scooped £56, as a substitute of £30, for matching simply three principal numbers.
“As no ticket-holder received the jackpot, the prize is shared between all the opposite winners.”
Set of balls two and draw machine Guinevere had been used within the draw.
Wednesday’s estimated jackpot now stands at £2 million.
One participant matched all 5 numbers to win the Lotto HotPicks, which makes use of the identical numbers as the Lotto draw, claiming the highest prize of £350,000.
The profitable Thunderball numbers had been 10, 11, 17, 25, 36 and the Thunderball was 14.
No ticket-holders scooped the £500,000 prime prize by matching 5 numbers and the Thunderball, whereas one participant received £5,000 by matching 5 numbers.