Eight Figure Irish Lotto Jackpot
Updated: Wednesday 23rd April 2014
The Irish Lotto jackpot this Wednesday 21 September will be worth around €10 million after no player matched all of the numbers required to land the top prize last Saturday. The Irish Lotto results for Saturday 17 September were 10, 16, 25, 35, 39 and 41, whilst the Bonus Ball was 43, and the fact that nobody matched all of the main numbers meant that an already extensive series of rollovers continued. Whilst repeated rollovers are not surprising in games like EuroMillions, where the odds of winning the top prize are 1 in 116.5 million, they are more notable in the Irish Lotto game because the odds of winning the jackpot are a much better 1 in 8.1 million.
Playing the Irish Lotto game is just as easy as playing any other lottery game when you buy your tickets online. All you have to do is choose your numbers (select 6 numbers from the range 1 to 45), indicate the number of draws that you want to play for and submit your play slip. Then, if your numbers come up this Wednesday, you could add around €10 million (or a share thereof if there are multiple jackpot winners) to your bank account!
Add this Wednesday’s Irish Lotto jackpot of €10 million to the midweek UK Lotto jackpot of £9.6 million and tonight’s EuroMillions jackpot of around £13 million and it is clear that the next day or two offer aspiring millionaires some incredible opportunities to make the dream come true. Statistically, your best chances of winning a jackpot are in the Irish Lotto game, with the UK Lotto close behind (the odds here are 1 in 13.9 million) and the EuroMillions game bringing up the rear. Having said that, fate doesn’t always pay attention to statistics so many players will want to participate in all three games so that they have every chance possible of winning big.
Buy your lottery tickets here for whatever games take your fancy and be sure to keep an eye on the lottery results as soon as they are published so that you can make any claim necessary and start enjoying any prize straight away. Good luck!
Written by Ian BrucePublished: Tuesday 20th September 2011
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