49s Lunchtime Results
UK 49s Lunchtime is a daily game where you can decide how many numbers you want to bet on and how much money you wish to wager. Six numbers between 1 and 49 are drawn, followed by a Booster Ball from the remaining pool of 43. The aim of the game is to match all of your chosen numbers with those that appear in the lottery.
Draws take place at 12:49pm (UK time).
UK 49s draws have been temporarily suspended until further notice due to the Coronavirus outbreak. There are many other online lotteries you can enter, so head to the lottery tickets page to choose your numbers now.
This UK 49s Lunchtime data includes all draws up to and including Sunday 22nd March 2020. Chronology is used to distinguish ties.
|Draw Date:||Winning Numbers:|
|Sunday 22nd March 2020||
|Saturday 21st March 2020||
|Friday 20th March 2020||
|Thursday 19th March 2020||
|Wednesday 18th March 2020||
|Tuesday 17th March 2020||
|Monday 16th March 2020||
|Sunday 15th March 2020||
|Saturday 14th March 2020||
|Friday 13th March 2020||
How to Play 49s
To play UK 49s Lunchtime, you bet on a minimum of one to a maximum of five numbers and also whether you want to include the Booster Ball in your wager. You win if all the numbers you select are drawn. There is no fixed stake, so the amount you win depends on how much you wager and how many numbers you bet on.
You have to select a minimum of one number and a maximum of five numbers between 1 and 49. The different options are known as Pick 1, Pick 2, Pick 3, Pick 4 and Pick 5. You can either choose your own numbers or ask for a Lucky Dip to have them picked randomly for you.
Related: UK 49s Teatime
Mark the Lunchtime option on your betting slip, and select how many consecutive days you want to play. You can enter up to seven days in a row and there is no fixed stake, so you can decide how much you would like to wager. Bets can be placed right up until the game's official start time.
In UK 49s Lunchtime, you can enter either the '6 Number Draw' or the '7 Number Draw'. The difference is that the '7 Number Draw' includes the Booster Ball, giving you an extra chance to match one of your numbers. If you decide to play Pick 1, for example, and the number you select is drawn as the Booster Ball, you would win if you played the '7 Number Draw' but not if you played the '6 Number Draw'.
Odds & Prizes
To win, you must match all the numbers you select. For example, there is no prize for picking four numbers and matching three of them. You must match all four. The odds of winning depend on whether you play the '6 Number Draw' or the '7 Number Draw', and also on how many numbers you choose to bet on.
If you win, you will be paid out in accordance with the individual bookmaker's prize rules, which will be based on the odds and the size of your stake. For example, if you wager £1 in the Pick 1 game in the '6 Number Draw', the odds are 6/1. If your number is drawn, you would win £6, and also receive your stake back for a total return of £7. The following table shows the odds of winning for each game.
|Numbers Picked||Odds of Winning|
|6 Number Draw||7 Number Draw|
The rules of UK 49s were put together in consultation with the betting industry, but rules can vary from bookmaker to bookmaker. Each shop will have its own maximum bet, and players should check the regulations outlined by their chosen operator before taking part.
UK 49s Lunchtime Draw Schedule
Page Last Updated: Sunday, 22 March 2020 12:55 PM