What are the Set for Life numbers that won tonight?


What are the winning Set for Life numbers for tonight?

The SET FOR LIFE draw will take place tonight, with ticket holders in the running for a £10,000 monthly jackpot for the next 30 years.

What are the winning numbers for tonight? Check out the Set For Life results live.

Set For Life is a National Lottery draw that takes place tonight, with a massive prize up for grabs.

In tonight’s draw, one winner will receive £10,000 per month for the next 30 years – a prize that could help you buy your dream home, take that once-in-a-lifetime vacation, or upgrade your car with ease.

To win, Set For Life ticket holders must match all of the drawn numbers, just like in the Lotto and EuroMillions.

If you match all five main numbers plus the Life Ball, you will win the jackpot.

You’ll win £120,000 if you match just the five main numbers every month for a year.

To play, you can either take a chance or pick five numbers between one and 47, plus your Life Ball from one to ten.

Every Monday and Thursday at around 8 p.m., the National Lottery holds a draw, with the results published on the website at 10 p.m.

You could be “one ticket away from winning £10,000 every month for 30 years!” according to the National Lottery’s Set For Life website.

“Imagine what you could do with that,” they say.

“Cooking class? New business idea? Whatever’s on your to-do list, now’s the time to cross it off.”

So, what are the Set For Life numbers that won tonight?

The Set For Life results have been released!

The winning numbers are 2, 13, 21, 26, 34, with 3 being the Life Ball.

If you’ve double-checked your ticket against the numbers and are still unsure whether you’ve won or not, there are a couple of options.

If you purchased your ticket through the National Lottery app or website, you should receive an email confirming your win.

To see if your paper ticket is a winner, you can scan it with the National Lottery app.

If you win the Set For Life jackpot, you will be paid £10,000 per month for the next 30 years.

This adds up to a whopping £3.6 million in total.


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