At the Emirates Loto live draw on May 23, 2020.
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DUBAI – Six people walked away with Dh166,666 each after having split the Dh1 million prize for matching five out of six numbers in the Emirates Loto draw.
The live draw on Saturday (May 23) also awarded 194 players with a cash prize of Dh300 each. Meanwhile, 3,532 entrants won a free entry to a future draw.
The Emirates Loto winning jackpot numbers were 2, 13, 17, 19, 21 and 38. As there was no winner for the jackpot to date, the Dh50 million jackpot still stands for the taking. The next draw will be held on Saturday (May 30) at 9pm.
The Emirates Loto winning jackpot numbers were 5, 21, 24, 25, 29 and 32. As there was no winner for the jackpot, the Dh50 million jackpot still stands for the taking in next weekend’s draw.
Emirates Loto is the UAE’s first fatwa-approved “collectibles scheme”, with weekly draws held every Saturday. To win the jackpot, entrants need to match all six drawn numbers.
The Emirates Loto jackpot is fixed at a minimum of Dh35 million for each draw. If there is no winner, then the jackpot will increase by Dh5 million each week until there is a winner or the jackpot reaches Dh50 million. Currently, the jackpot stands at Dh50 million.
In case of two or more winners, the jackpot will be divided among the winners.
1. Log on to emiratesloto.com or download the Emirates Loto app
2. Create your account
3. Buy one or more Emirates Loto Collectibles (designer cards) for Dh35
4. You will get one complimentary entry to the draw.
5. Select six numbers from 1 to 49 and submit your entry
6. Choose whether to have the collectible delivered to you or donated to charity
7. Lucky winners will receive a message from Emirates Loto
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