Euromillions Lottery News Is Good News
Updated: Tuesday 6th September 2011
If the organisers of the Euromillions lottery wanted to create more rollovers and generate more publicity when they added the two extra Lucky Star numbers, they succeeded. Lottery fever is still gripping the headlines, several weeks after Chris and Colin Weir made their record-breaking £161 million win, with the newspapers reporting on their every move.The general public is always fascinated by immense wins and thanks to the change in the Euromillions, it looks like more epic rollovers could be in store.
Once again, there were no winners of the £13,272,000 jackpot last night -- it's another rollover! The numbers were 1, 5, 22, 25, 48. The Lucky Stars were 3, and 11.Two tickets matched five balls and one Lucky Star to walk away with £362,347. You can check the Euromillions results page for a complete breakdown of winners and prizes amounts.
This puts Friday’s jackpot at an estimated £24 million, an amount which is already giving this lottery journalist butterflies. Could we be on the way to another series of ridiculous rollovers? Here's hoping!
And with so much bad news around at the moment, isn’t reading lottery news a ray of sunshine? With just over a year to go to the London 2012 Olympics, it’s reassuring to know that the National Lottery is the biggest funder of our elite athletes, hopefully backing them all the way to a gold medal when the time comes.
Also, the National Lottery is contributing up to £2.2 billion to the infrastructures and venues – now, that really is called being a good sport!
Buy your Euromillions ticket online today, and you never know, you could be investing in your own slice of good news and helping push the GB Olympic team to victory. Fingers crossed!
Written by Diana Nubuck
Published: Wednesday 27th July 2011
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