“Love and money, love and money, go together like…” We can’t help having these lyrics ring in our ears after hearing the latest news from the UK Lottery…
Online lottery players who love playing the UK Lottery will be over the moon to know that a special Valentine’s Day Superdraw has just been announced and will take place on February 13th - just in time for a perfect Valentine’s Day.
The jackpot on offer will be set at a heart-thumping £14 million for the special occasion.
It’s not the first time that the UK Lottery has recently produced a Superdraw. The last one took place on December 22, 2018, which had a £15m jackpot.
UK Lottery retailers feature in an advert
With the emphasis on love this February, the UK Lottery has come up with a special advert to promote the special draw. The advert features real-life shopkeepers, married couple Jon and Michaela, who sell UK Lottery tickets.
Camelot, who as you know are the UK Lottery organisers, said that they chose the couple to highlight their hard work and real-life 22-year romance.
According to Camelot, the couple enjoyed their experience working on the advert and said that they “really appreciate them taking the time out from their shop to do so.”
The UK Lotto Superdraw advert will be showing on TV in the run-up to the draw on Thursday evening.
With the aim to invest in all 44,000 UK retailers in 2019, Camelot is making sure that retailers know that they will be well taken care of.
Last year, sales incentives were included for lottery retailers with just over £600,000 already been awarded to shops that sell more tickets.
Same Format as a Normal Draw
The UK Lottery Valentine’s Day Superdraw works in exactly the same way as a normal draw.
Participants get their chance to scoop the jackpot by picking six main numbers between 1 and 59.
The odds of winning in the UK Lottery Valentine’s Day Superdraw are the same compared to any normal draw, and the jackpot can be won by matching all six main numbers.
The jackpot for the Superdraw will be worth a guaranteed £14 million regardless of what happens in the Lotto draws which take place beforehand.
The jackpot will remain at that figure if the top prize is won twice in a row, once, or not at all. The jackpot is guaranteed at £14 million because of the Lotto Reserve Fund, which is given a share of the prize fund following every draw.
How would you spend £14 million?
With £14 million available you could treat your loved one to a special Valentine’s Day.
You could purchase anything their heart desires. A trip to Paris could be in the offing with fancy dinners and flowing champagne. Maybe a new car would be top of your list or a brand new house to share together.
You won’t know unless you buy a UK Lottery ticket online!
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