Double Rollover Lotto Jackpot!
Updated: Friday 17th July 2015
There will be a double rollover jackpot to play for in the midweek Lotto game tonight thanks to no player matching all six main numbers last Saturday. The jackpot is expected to be worth a mouth-watering £7.2 million, and if you win that sum outright this evening you could soon be planning the best summer of your life. Would you celebrate by buying yourself a centre court seat at Wimbledon or would you choose to get away from it all by spending a few weeks on a tropical beach? Win tonight and those are just two of the choices that would be available to you.
The first EuroMillions game of the week saw the jackpot elude players for the fourth draw in a row, and because there was a Superdaw jackpot in the middle of that sequence, the quadruple rollover jackpot this Friday will be worth an estimated £93 million. For those of you who haven’t yet checked your tickets, the EuroMillions results on Tuesday 09 June were 05, 09, 17, 32 and 34, with the numbers 06 and 08 appearing as the Lucky Stars.
There were two tickets – both purchased outside the UK – that matched all five main numbers and one of the Lucky Stars, and each of those won €910,508. Another 12 tickets matched five main numbers only to win £38,713 each, and a fourth tier prize of £2,732 went to each of 85 tickets that matched four main numbers and both Lucky Star numbers.
The total number of prizes won in the Tuesday EuroMillions game was 3,127,645, and we are pleased to report that 832,267 of those prizes (with a collective value of £4.14 million) were landed by players in the UK. As usual, another UK player won a prize of £1 million in the Millionaire Maker game, and the winning code this time was KYX846894.
We will preview the next EuroMillions game tomorrow, but right now we have the double rollover Lotto jackpot to focus on. The most overdue Lotto numbers to look out for this evening are 16, 13, 26, 02, 29 and 37, and the most common Lotto numbers are 23, 40, 38, 30, 44 and 33. Visit this page to enter your own preferred numbers online and if you don’t win the £7.2 million jackpot you just might win one of the 50 Lotto Raffle prizes worth £20,000 each. Good luck!Published: Wednesday 10th June 2015
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