EuroMillions Quad Rollover Jackpot
The EuroMillions game this Tuesday 24 March will offer a quadruple rollover jackpot with an estimated value of £38 million after no player succeeded in winning the top prize in the previous draw. The EuroMillions results on Friday 20 March were 03, 14, 37, 42 and 48, along with the Lucky Star numbers 01 and 10, and although the jackpot itself wasn’t won, more than 2.36 million consolation prizes were landed, with players in the UK winning a total of over £4.13 million.
Six tickets matched all five main numbers as well as one of the Lucky Star numbers to win a second tier prize worth £207,643 each, and another five tickets won their owners £59,326 each by matching the five main numbers only. There was one UK winner at each of those levels, and another 52 prizes of £3,993 were won by tickets matching four main numbers as well as both Lucky Stars.
We mentioned a few moments ago that UK players won more than £4.13 million in consolation prizes on Friday, but we must also point out that an additional £1 million was also won by one player in the Millionaire Maker game. The winning code this time was HQQ021515, so well done to the owner of the lucky ticket that matched that number.
One of the main numbers drawn on Friday had previously been highlighted as one of the most overdue to appear, and that was the main number 48. That means the most overdue main numbers as we head towards the quadruple rollover jackpot game are now 16, 35, 36, 01 and 07. The most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 05 and 06.
The £38 million EuroMillions jackpot on Tuesday gets the week off to a fantastic start for lottery players, but this Friday happens to be the last one of the month, so it will also host a Mega Friday Millionaire Maker draw. Ten UK players will each win £1 million as well as a dream car, and we will bring you further details about that later in the week. In the meantime, click here to enter your lottery numbers online and you could well be enjoying multi-millionaire status by the middle of the week. Good luck!
Written by Tony SharpeMonday 23rd March 2015
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