The Health Lottery will soon be 2 years old but surprisingly there are still a large number of people confused about where and how to find the Health Lottery Results and how to find out if their Health Lottery ticket is a winner. Due to a number of changes in the draw structure and where the draw is broadcast many people are still asking questions such as “What time is the Health Lottery draw?” and “Where can I find the Health Lottery results?”.
Our simple guide to the Health Lottery Results below gives you the details you need to be able to find the most accurate Health Lottery numbers and bonus ball number for each draw along with where you can find both online and on TV.
Health Lottery Results
The Health Lottery results are broadcast at approximately 9:55pm each Wednesday and Saturday evening on Channel 5 (Channel 105 on both Sky and Freeview). The results are also posted live on the internet as soon as the draw takes place, you can find the latest Results here > http://www.lottery.co.uk
Health Lottery Bonus Ball Number
The Bonus Ball is part of the main Health Lottery Results and is not, as some people believe, a separate draw. Players first match their chosen 5 numbers against the main Health Lottery numbers drawn and then match each of their 5 numbers against the Bonus Ball. As the Bonus Ball is drawn from the remaining numbers after the 5 main numbers are drawn it is not possible to match all 5 numbers plus the Bonus Ball.
Health Lottery Prizes
Once you have checked the results it is important to understand the prize structure as prizes can be won in a number of combinations. The table below show the different way that you can win a Health Lottery prize:
|Match 5||Jackpot £100,000*||1 in 2,118,760|
|Match 4 + Bonus Ball||£10,000||1 in 423,752|
|Match 4||£250||1 in 9,631|
|Match 3 + Bonus Ball||£50||1 in 4,815|
|Match 3||£20||1 in 224|
|Match 2 + Bonus Ball||£10||1 in 224|
|Overall odds of winning a prize are 1 : 108|
Health Lottery Winners
The total number of Health Lottery winners to-date is over 950,000 and within the next month we can expect to hear about the 1 Millionth Health Lottery Winner. In a typical draw we can see anything between 1,000 and 10,000 total prize winners but it is becoming rare to see more than a single Match 5 winner for the top prize of £100,000.
Health Lottery Jackpot
The Health Lottery is not really what most people would call a Jackpot game, instead it offers a wider spread of small prizes than the the typical lottery draw. Players looking for Big Jackpots tend to head to the EuroMillions lottery draw where jackpots have been known reach as high as £161,000,000. However, tickets for the EuroMillions cost £2 (double the £1 prize point of the Health Lottery) and prizes for matching fewer numbers are less than in the Health Lottery.