EuroMillions at Superdraw Levels
Updated: Friday 10th October 2014
The EuroMillions lottery jackpot eluded players yet again last Friday 7 May, and that means that it rolled over for the fifth time, taking the next jackpot to what can only be described as Superdraw levels. The jackpot for the next EuroMillions game on Friday 14 May will be worth an incredible £86 million. That’s €99 million to our friends in the Eurozone, and just €1 million shy of the €100 million jackpots that are usually offered in official Superdraw games. Add in the £1 million that UK players could win in the Millionaire Raffle game and we think this Friday’s draw is one that no EuroMillions player will want to miss!
The lottery results for the last EuroMillions game on Friday 7 May were 03, 06, 15, 21 and 32, and the numbers 07 and 09 were drawn as the Lucky Stars. The winning Millionaire Raffle number for the same draw was PPD902486. Nine players matched the five main numbers and one Lucky Star to win €475,962 each, though none of those winners were in the UK. 25 players matched the five main numbers only to win a third tier prize of £31,724 each, and here some UK players were among the winners.
Winning the Millionaire Raffle prize, or tens or even hundreds of thousands in the main EuroMillions game, is obviously something that is worthy of celebration, but it doesn’t even begin to come close to the magnitude of winning £86 million. Let’s face it, most National Lottery players would be delighted simply to achieve millionaire status, so becoming a millionaire 86 times over would be the win of a lifetime in anyone’s estimation.
Because the EuroMillions jackpot has now reached Superdraw levels, we can expect players to get just as excited about the draw this Friday as they do about the massive celebration draws that the EuroMillions lottery offers from time to time. That means more players forming longer queues in offline retail outlets to buy more tickets – and possible bottlenecks as the deadline for buying tickets approaches on Friday evening.
Of course, you can avoid all of that potential hassle when you buy lottery tickets online, and your odds of winning would be exactly the same as someone who queues for twenty minutes or more to do the same offline. Act quickly and you can also buy yourself tickets for the £10 million Lotto game this Wednesday 12 May at the same time!Published: Monday 10th May 2010
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