Get answers to the most frequently asked Christmas Lottery questions on this page. If there's something that hasn't been answered, feel free to contact us and we'll do our best to help.
First, you need to select five numbers from 1-50 and one Joker Ball from a separate pool of 1-5. You then need to pay for your entries and wait for the draw to take place on Christmas Day.
Find out more about how to play the Christmas Lottery.
No. The Christmas Lottery is only available online.
Entries cost £1.50 each
The draw takes place on 25th December at 19:00 GMT.
Entries to the Christmas Lottery draw close at 18:50 GMT on 25th December, 10 minutes before the draw.
Once the draw has taken place on Christmas Day, the winning numbers will be published on the Results page.
There are four different prizes that can be won in the Christmas Lottery, ranging from £4.50 for matching three numbers up to the £13.5 million Jackpot for matching all six numbers plus the Joker Ball.
Take a look at the Prizes page for more details.
It's not possible to view any tickets that you've bought directly on this website. You'll need to log in on the website that you purchased your entries through.
You must be at least 18 years of age to buy entries for the Christmas Lottery. If the legal minimum age in your state, country or jurisdiction is higher than 18, you must be above that minimum age.
The odds of winning the Christmas Lottery jackpot are 1 in 79,453,500. View odds for each prize.