UK 49's Lunchtime
In UK 49's Lunchtime, you can decide how many numbers you want to try and match for the chance to win big prizes. The game takes place every day at 12:49pm (UK time). In each draw, six balls between 1 and 49 are randomly selected, followed by an extra number known as the Booster. The aim is to match all of your chosen numbers with those drawn.
This UK 49's Lunchtime data includes all draws up to and including Monday 18th February 2019. Chronology is used to distinguish ties.
Latest 10 UK 49's Lunchtime Results
|Draw Date:||Winning Numbers:|
|Monday 18th February 2019|| |
|Sunday 17th February 2019|| |
|Saturday 16th February 2019|| |
|Friday 15th February 2019|| |
|Thursday 14th February 2019|| |
|Wednesday 13th February 2019|| |
|Tuesday 12th February 2019|| |
|Monday 11th February 2019|| |
|Sunday 10th February 2019|| |
|Saturday 9th February 2019|| |
How to Play
To play UK49's 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.
All you need to do is select up to five numbers from 1 to 49 to bet on. You can either choose your own numbers or opt for a Lucky Dip. Specify that you wish to play the Lunchtime game rather than UK 49's Teatime, and decide how much money you want to stake. You should also state how many days you want to play for, up to a maximum of seven. Leave that part blank on your playslip if you are just playing the next available draw. You can enter right up to the game's official start time.
In UK 49's 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'.
Related:UK 49's Teatime
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||Odds of Winning - 7 Number Draw|
The rules of UK 49's 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 49's Lunchtime Draw Details
Page Last Updated: Monday, 18 February 2019 12:56 PM