Latest UK Health Lottery Results & Prize

Saturday
01 Oct 2022
Saturday - 01 Oct 2022
  • 17
  • 19
  • 30
  • 38
  • 43
  • 29
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Friday
30 Sep 2022
Friday - 30 Sep 2022
  • 6
  • 9
  • 24
  • 43
  • 47
  • 13
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Thursday
29 Sep 2022
Thursday - 29 Sep 2022
  • 5
  • 9
  • 17
  • 27
  • 37
  • 40
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Wednesday
28 Sep 2022
Wednesday - 28 Sep 2022
  • 4
  • 7
  • 19
  • 29
  • 38
  • 14
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Tuesday
27 Sep 2022
Tuesday - 27 Sep 2022
  • 1
  • 6
  • 19
  • 34
  • 39
  • 22
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Saturday
24 Sep 2022
Saturday - 24 Sep 2022
  • 5
  • 9
  • 27
  • 36
  • 47
  • 41
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Friday
23 Sep 2022
Friday - 23 Sep 2022
  • 3
  • 8
  • 17
  • 31
  • 34
  • 16
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Thursday
22 Sep 2022
Thursday - 22 Sep 2022
  • 11
  • 15
  • 40
  • 43
  • 44
  • 34
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Wednesday
21 Sep 2022
Wednesday - 21 Sep 2022
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 13
  • 23
  • 11
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Tuesday
20 Sep 2022
Tuesday - 20 Sep 2022
  • 3
  • 21
  • 26
  • 36
  • 48
  • 4
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How to Play UK Health Lottery, info, Rules and Guides


The Health Lottery is not part of the national lottery. It is an independent game which operates by coordinating 12 individual society lotteries. Each one is licensed by the Gambling Commission and represents a different region of the UK.

Tickets cost just £1 and drawings are held five times a week - Tuesday to Saturday. The funds raised by players are rotated across each of the 12 areas involved and are used to support public health causes which benefit the local community. Select a topic below to learn more about this innovative game.


How to Play UK Health Lottery

When you play the Health Lottery, you need to select five numbers from 1 to 50. Draws take place every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, so there are five chances to play and win each week.


Tickets cost £1 each and are available online or from any of the 32,000+ authorised retailers across the UK:


Pick your five numbers from 1-50

If you need help choosing then you can ask for a Quick Pick ticket, or use the random number generator to create a line.


Step 2

Decide how many draws to play

You can just enter the next scheduled draw, or play in advance for up to eight weeks.


Step 3

Purchase your entries before sales close


Step 4

Check to see if you're a winner

The latest winning numbers will be made available on the Health Lottery Results page.


Special £100,000 Draws


On 4th January 2020 the Health Lottery introduced a second draw on Wednesdays and Saturdays, in which players who buy a ticket for the draws on those days could win £100,000. The £100,000 draw takes place after the main Health Lottery draw; in it, five more numbers between 1 and 50 are randomly selected and if you match all five you win £100,000. There are no other prizes available in this second draw and the prize money does not roll over if it is not won.


There is no additional purchase necessary to enter the £100,000 draws; all you need to do is purchase a line of Health Lottery numbers for any Wednesday or Saturday draw. The numbers you pick for the main draw will then be used for the second one.


Health Lottery Playcards


You can also use a Health Lottery Playcard to take part more quickly and easily at a shop. These are available from participating retailers and can either be activated at the store or online. If you want to pick your own numbers, you can use a blue Playcard to store up to ten different lines. Just pass it to the retailer and they will swipe it to generate a ticket. A red Playcard is also available if you are happy to play random numbers. The retailer will scan it to produce a Quick Pick ticket for the next draw(s).


As well as helping you to play quickly, Playcards provide plenty of additional benefits. If you register a blue card online, you will automatically join the Health Lottery reward scheme to gain access to exclusive offers. These may include special £1 bonuses for every £10 you spend, or other exciting promotions. You can change the numbers stored on your card at any time.


Bonus Ball 

Although Health Lottery players only pick five numbers for their ticket, there are actually six winning numbers in each draw. This extra number is the Bonus Ball and it exists to boost the winnings of players who have matched two, three or four main numbers.


The Bonus Ball is drawn from the same pool as the five main numbers, so the same number cannot appear twice in a winning line.

You do not need to match this ball to win the jackpot, only the five main numbers contribute towards the top prize tier.



Health Lottery Raffle Results


The raffle took place on the first day of every month. Every Health Lottery ticket purchased in the month leading up to a raffle included a unique code, and each one of these codes was entered into the next raffle for the chance to win £250,000. You can see the results from the most recent draws before the game stopped in the table class='payout' below.



Draw DateRaffle Results
Sunday 1st Mar 2020SD13195717629
Saturday 1st Feb 2020SD12181662178
Wednesday 1st Jan 2020EH0105823659
Sunday 1st Dec 2019PHLAWN417188
Friday 1st Nov 2019EH0105353133



All Mega Raffle codes started with either EH, IM, IW, PH, PO, PZ, or SD. The code you got depended on whether you bought your ticket online or in a store, and on which till or terminal the store used to produce the ticket. All raffle codes had an equal chance of winning. If you won a Mega Raffle prize, you had to claim it within 180 days of the draw taking place.


QuickWin


QuickWin launched in November 2017 and gives Health Lottery players the opportunity to take part in draws every three minutes. Currently, the game is only available to enter online via a Health Lottery account.

As the draws are so frequent, the winning numbers are selected using a Random Number Generator (RGN) rather than a physical ball machine. However, each draw still takes place live, numbers are not pre-selected for draws taking place later in the day.


Step 1 

Choose your five numbers from 1-50

Select the QuickPick option to have a random line generated for you, or pick your own lucky numbers.


Step 2

Pay for your entry

£1 will automatically be deducted from your account balance to cover the cost of your ticket, 20.3p of this goes to Good Causes.


Step 3

Check the results

As draws take place every three minutes, you'll never have long to wait. The winning numbers will appear on your screen.


UK Health Lottery History


The Health Lottery has been giving away great prizes, and raising money for health-related causes since September 2011. It is now drawn five times a week. Get all the information about game changes, jackpot records and promotional offers that have occurred during the game's history.


Health Lottery Funding and Grants


Out of every £1 spent on tickets, 20p is distributed to health-related good causes around the UK. The lottery raises money for initiatives concerned with helping people lead healthier, longer lives and which aren't already covered by the NHS. Local people choose the causes that benefit from the money alongside Health Lottery's partner charity, the People's Health Trust.


The Health Lottery has raised over £100 million for good causes. One of the many charities to benefit has been the Newham Chinese Association, which received a £50,000 grant to keep running for 2018 and 2019. The funding has helped older Chinese people living in the area to battle isolation and honour Chinese culture, including a series of activities to mark the Chinese New Year.


Community Church Ramsgate in Kent received funding of £29,683 from the People’s Health Trust in the summer of 2018, allowing people to come forward and seek support on a vast range of issues, including personal debt management, housing and benefits advice, as well as family support.


Health Lottery Odds of Winning

*10% of funds from ticket sales are allocated to the Match 5 prize tier in each draw, so if ticket sales were £750,000 then the jackpot would be £75,000. However, there is a guaranteed minimum jackpot of £25,000. So in the event that ticket sales for a draw totalled less than £250,000, the top prize would still remain at £25,000. Where more than one player wins, the available fund will be split equally between them. So two winners of a £75,000 jackpot would receive £37,500 each.

Numbers MatchedPrizeOdds of Winning
Match 5Jackpot*1 in 2,118,760
Match 4 + Bonus Ball£10,0001 in 423,752
Match 4£2501 in 9,631
Match 3 + Bonus Ball£501 in 4,815
Match 3£101 in 224
Match 2 + Bonus Ball£51 in 224
Match 2Free Ticket1 in 16
Match 1 + Bonus BallFree Ticket1 in 32
Overall odds of winning any prize are 1 : 9.7


QuickWin Odds


QuickWin offers a jackpot of up to £25,000 for matching all five main numbers. There are also eight additional prize tiers for participants who match fewer numbers - that means there are more chances to win than in the main Health Lottery draw! Here are the available awards and the odds of winning:


Numbers MatchedPrizeOdds of Winning
Match 5£25,000*1 in 2,118,760
Match 4 + Bonus Ball£10,0001 in 423,752
Match 4£2501 in 9,631
Match 3 + Bonus Ball£501 in 4,815
Match 3£201 in 224
Match 2 + Bonus Ball£101 in 224
Match 2£31 in 16
Match 1 + Bonus Ball£1.501 in 32
Match Bonus BallFree play in the next draw1 in 16
Overall odds of winning a prize: 1:6


Claiming Prizes


How to redeem your winnings can vary depending on whether you are an online or retailer player, and the exact value of the prize. Visit the Claims page for the full details.