Lunchtime Results are the lottery numbers that appear everyday in the draw held at the 12:49 pm (UK time). To participate in the lotto through the lunchtime draw, you have to mark the lunchtime results on your own betting slip. It would be a wise idea to ask for help from the local bookmaker or any close one if it's gonna be your first try with the uk49s because none of us want a dirty overly written betting slip. Once you have the betting slip in your hand ; write in you number, select the draws ( the teatime draw and the lunchtime draw ), write down the number of days and the amount of stake and it's done.
The official time for the uk49s lunchtime result draw remains 12:49 pm throughout the year.
Lunchtime draw is one of the two draws ( The other one is Teatime result draw ) held daily for the uk49s lotto. The uk49s lotto is one of the widely popular lotto in the nation.
The winning numbers from the past 14 days old are shown here, for older results - visit Older Lunchtime Result Here
Depending upon the amount of stake a player puts in, the type of play they select and the number of odds associated with the amount and factors, the prize structure varies heavily. Uk49s lotto is a game of odds. The good you are at it, the better your prize is. A local bookmaker may better assist you with the prize structure and the taxation required for prize ( if any )
When are the Lunchtime results held?
The official time for the lunchtime result is 12:49 pm.
How do I enroll in Lunchtime draw?
With the betting slip in the hand of a player, it must have to be checked for the lunchtime draw box. Fill in your betting numbers and the amount and check the box on the side of lunchtime results. You can also check the teatime result if you are interested in the teatime results
Is the prize structure different for teatime and lunchtime?
No, the prize structure is independent on the draw in which the participant has participated. It depends upon the odds and the amount you put in, since it varies greatly with the odds and the amount you put in; it is not wise to estimate it.