Sky Lotto Closed - FAQs & Alternatives
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Sky Lotto is the free to play game where you can win £250,000 for free, or for 50p you can boost your winnings to £1,000,000.
On 5th Feb 2021, Sky Lotto announced the following to their customers:
We are writing to inform you that Sky Lotto will be closing this month.
The final Daily Lotto draw will be completed on Thursday 11th February, followed by the final Super Lotto draw on Friday 12th February. The Sky Lotto site will remain live for you to redeem any prizes won and access any funds until Monday 1st March. From this date onwards you will not be able to access the Sky Lotto website.
Following the site closure on Monday 1st March, you will still be able to access your account and any funds using your Sky Lotto login details at Sky Bet, Sky Vegas, Sky Casino, Sky Poker or Sky Bingo.
Why has Sky Lotto closed?
CompareTheLotto.com is unsure as to why Sky Lotto has been closed, however, given the fact that our users had only given Sky Lotto an average rating of 1 star perhaps this has something to do with it.
When was the final draw?
Thursday 11th February, followed by the final Super Lotto draw on Friday 12th February.
What happens to my Sky Lotto funds?
The Sky Lotto site will remain live for you to redeem any prizes won and access any funds until Monday 1st March. After 1st March you will be able to access your funds by logging into Sky Bet.
Can I still bet on the Irish Lotto & 49’s Lotto at Sky Bet?
Yes. Sky Lotto is separate from Sky Bet. You can still bet on Irish Lotto & 49’s Lotto via Sky Bet. However, we would recommend you read our bookmaker reviews as Sky Bet is ranked quite poorly for Irish Lotto and 49’s Lotto - primarily this is because you can only bet on 1 & 2 balls and there is no lotto offer. We recommend Betfred for Irish & 49’s lotto betting as they’re best odds and have a lotto welcome offer (please check terms & conditions)
Pick My Postcode
Cost to play: Free
Biggest Jackpot: £2,526
Draw Frequency: Daily
Odds of winning jackpot: Unknown
CompareTheLotto.com opinion: It’s free... which is great. However, it’s fully funded by ads so expect to see a lot of them. Very small jackpots compared to other lottos. Read our full review.
Irish Lotto Betting at Lottoland
Cost to play: £2.00
Biggest Jackpot: €18,900,000
Draw Frequency: Twice weekly
Odds of winning jackpot: 1 in 10,737,573
CompareTheLotto.com opinion: A very popular choice with CompareTheLotto.com users and for good reason - a good offer, good chance of winning and a big jackpot. Read our full review.
49’s Lotto Numbers at Betfred
Cost to bet: From £0.50
Biggest potential odds: 160,000/1* for 5 balls
Draw Frequency: Twice daily
Odds of winning: See odds table. Popular bet is 700/1* for 3 balls
CompareTheLotto.com opinion: Very popular with lotto betting customers. Pick 3 match 3 balls to get 700/1* odds - customers love the balance of decent potential winnings with decent chance of winning. Read our full review.
* Odds Disclaimer: The displayed odds are intended as a guide only and whilst we work hard to ensure they're up to date, they are subject to change from the operators. Odds correct as of 17/05/2021. Please always check odds on the betting operator site before placing any bets. #Ad. Find out more on our How Our Site Works page.
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