THE luckiest lottery numbers have been revealed – along with the digits least likely to help you win big.
The winning numbers from over the past year have been pulled together to show punters what may land them a jackpot.
LotteryTexts says between last month and February the year prior, the number 58 has featured in a whopping 18 jackpot winnings.
And its average jackpot is just a little more than £7million.
Digits 37, 39 and 57 have appeared in 15 jackpots – with their average jackpot wins in the £6m range.
Coming in just below are 44, 33, 50, 13, 20 and 53, which have appeaed in 13 per cent of the jackpot-winning draws since February last year.
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And while some claim that 13 is an unlucky number, it still often appears lotto jackpots – with an average value of £5.6m.
Popping up in 12 per cent of winning jackpot combinations are 14, 21, 38, 42, and 46.
And 11, 23, 30, and 34 have showed up in 12 winning streaks.
Meanwhile, the number eight has only appeared five times in jackpot combinations in the last year.
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But, it holds the title as having the highest average jackpot prize of £9.6m.
And, number 55 had the lowest average jackpot of £3.4m – though not that many would consider that a low figure.
The digit which has shown up the least is 43.
The revelation of the lucky numbers comes not long after lottery experts have revealed their tips and tricks.
One expert revealed their top tips for winning big in the National Lottery.
Another shared the best draws to win massive prizes and the mistakes successful players avoid.
While one other broke down how you can increase your chances of winning.
Remember to gamble responsibly
A responsible gambler is someone who:
- Establishes time and monetary limits before playing
- Only gambles with money they can afford to lose
- Never chase their losses
- Doesn’t gamble if they’re upset, angry, or depressed
- Gamcare – www.gamcare.org.uk
- Gamble Aware – www.begambleaware.org
For help with a gambling problem, call the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133 or go to www.gamstop.co.uk to be excluded from all UK-regulated gambling websites.
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