Lotto Lens: Scan National Lottery Tickets

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About this app

Simply scan your Lotto, EuroMillions, Thunderball, Set For Life and HotPicks tickets to find out instantly if you’ve won a prize. Lotto Lens will tell you how many numbers you matched and how much money you’ve won. It also checks those pesky Raffle numbers for you.

The best bit? You can scan your tickets as soon as you purchase them and Lotto Lens will check the ticket automatically once the draw has taken place and send you an alert if you’ve won a prize. Never worry about forgetting to check your ticket again!

If you manage a syndicate, Lotto Lens will help you keep track of who's paid and help you remind those who haven't. A Widget is also included showing the latest lottery results at a glance. You can also receive the latest results in a push notification.

Lotto Lens is fast, fun and incredibly useful. You can trial the app by scanning 3 tickets for free; a small one-time in-app purchase is required to scan an unlimited number of tickets.

A note on privacy: your ticket details never leave your device and we don't have any visibility of whether you win or lose. We require internet access to download results and prizes, but your information never leaves your device.

Lotto Lens is not associated with The National Lottery or Camelot UK Lotteries Limited. You should claim any prizes from your National Lottery retailer as normal (so keep your tickets in a safe place after scanning them because you still need them to claim!). It is your responsibility to check your tickets before discarding them.
Updated on
Apr 21, 2022

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