National Lottery rules are changing and it means more money for you!

National Lottery rules are changing which means people will have more chance of winning a cash prize.

The change in the lottery structure means that from Saturday, November 7, a larger number of cash prizes will be handed out when there is a rollover.

The prize for those matching just two number will increase and players matching them will receive £5 AND a free lucky dip for the following draw. Other increases across the spread of prizes will also happen.

A spokesman for the lottery said: “As the operator of The National Lottery, our job at Camelot is to grow sales in a socially-responsible way to ensure that we deliver as much money as possible for Good Causes.”

“To help us do that, we regularly review our products to ensure that we’re continuing to offer a balanced and appealing range of distinct games that offers something for everyone.”


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