Great Britain

Set For Life results live draw - winning lotto numbers on Thursday, February 25

Someone could be about to land the windfall of a lifetime tonight.

Whoever matches all the right balls will win £10,000 a month for the next 30 years.

The runner-up will get that same amount every month for a year.

That could be enough to buy a new home, pay off the bills, plot the future travel of your dreams (post-lockdown), kit out your wardrobe with designer fashions, or even help the charities close to your heart - pretty much whatever your heart desires.

The National Lottery says: "Better dig out your wish list – because you could be one ticket away from winning £10,000 every month for 30 years! Imagine what you could do with that.

"Cooking course? New business idea? Whatever’s on your list, now’s your chance to start ticking them off."

The draw is at 8pm.

How to play?

Players have to pick five main numbers between 1 and 47, and one ‘life ball’ between 1 and 10.

The odds of winning the top prize is one in 15.3 million, but the odds of winning £10,000 per month for a year is one in 1.7 million.

Draws are made on Monday and Thursday evenings at around 8pm.

There are also fixed prizes up for grabs.

Camelot’s Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Adviser at The National Lottery, said: “Since the beginning of April, Set For Life has seen a fabulous five ticket-holders win the top prize of £10k every month for 30 years. On top of this, a whopping 37 ticket-holders have won the second prize of £10k every month for an entire year.

“For the last 25 years, National Lottery players have made a huge difference to Good Causes with, on average, around £30M raised every week. Thanks to National Lottery players, up to £600M will be used by charities and organisations affected by the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, including £300M to support the most vulnerable in communities across the UK.”

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