Double Rollover for EuroMillions
Updated: Friday 10th October 2014
A double rollover jackpot worth £39 million will be on offer in the EuroMillions game this Friday 11 December. National Lottery players who are dreaming of a wealthy as well as white Christmas are already snapping up tickets at an impressive rate, so if you haven’t yet got yours you will want to do so without delay. An added bonus for UK players is that every EuroMillions ticket includes a separate Millionaire Raffle entry, so the chances of you becoming a millionaire in time for the festive season are bigger than ever!
Of course, money doesn’t buy happiness, so winning £39 million in the main EuroMillions game wouldn’t necessarily make you 39 times happier than a Millionaire Raffle win of £1 million. Winning a jackpot of any size probable wouldn’t solve all of your problems overnight, either. The good news is that winning a million or more would certainly enable you to approach your problems in style, and we would be extremely surprised if it didn’t also put a smile on your face at the very least!
There are just two EuroMillions draws to go until Christmas (the third would fall on Christmas day itself) so if your festive schedule is as busy as ours is it might make sense to buy lottery tickets online for all of those draws in advance. Buying tickets for several consecutive draws is just as easy as buying tickets for one draw, and will allow you to focus on everything else you need to do without worrying about missing a lottery game.
The same advice can be followed by Lotto players, though there are five Lotto draws between now and Christmas day because of the midweek draws. The Lotto jackpot for this Wednesday 9 December looks set to be worth around £2.4 million, so although it is considerably lower than the £39 million on offer in this Friday’s EuroMillions game, it is worth more than double the £1 million paid out to Millionaire Raffle winners.
Whatever game you prefer, there are plenty of opportunities to become a millionaire jackpot winner in time for Christmas, but you need to take advantage of those opportunities to stand a chance of winning. Buy your tickets today and keep those festive fingers crossed!Published: Tuesday 8th December 2009
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