EuroMillions Rolls a Fourth Time!
The EuroMillions lottery jackpot has rolled over for the fourth week running, so the next quad-rollover jackpot for the next draw this Friday 7 May will be worth an incredible £67 million. Most EuroMillions players were hoping that they would be able to land the triple rollover jackpot of around £52 million last Friday 30 April, but the lottery results didn’t oblige and no player was able to match the five main numbers (06, 22, 24, 25 and 36) as well as both Lucky Star numbers (03 and 08) that would have landed the fortune. The big question now is whether players will have better luck this Friday and land an even bigger £67 million win.
The good news is that the EuroMillions game last Friday wasn’t a complete disappointment by any means. One National Lottery player in the UK became a millionaire thanks to the Millionaire Raffle number NNR660847, and 11 players around the world matched the five main EuroMillions numbers and one Lucky Star number to win £238,034 each. A dozen more players matched the five main numbers only and won £61,921 each, and although that is a very nice amount it does show just how much difference those Lucky Star numbers can make!
Whilst it would have been nice for a player to have scooped the triple rollover jackpot in the EuroMillions lottery game last Friday, the fact that it didn’t happen gives us the tantalising opportunity to win even more next time around. It might be difficult to imagine the impact that having £67 million in your bank account would have on your life, but winning a quad rollover jackpot isn’t any more difficult than winning a regular EuroMillions jackpot, so our advice is to buy your tickets first and think about drawing up your shopping plans afterwards!
One person who may already be drawing up a shopping list is the Lotto player who scooped the £4,599,128 jackpot outright last Saturday. The Lotto results were 06, 15, 28, 29, 30 and 47, and the Bonus Ball was number 19. 15 Players matched five of the main numbers and the Bonus Ball to win a second-tier prize worth £94,341 each. Because the previous Lotto jackpot was won, the jackpot has been reset for the next Lotto game this Wednesday 5 May and will be worth around £2.5 million.
Add that £2.5 million Lotto jackpot to the £67 million EuroMillions jackpot and the £1 million Millionaire Raffle prize and the total amount of jackpot cash up for grabs between now and the end of the week exceeds £70 million. If you fancy winning a slice of that – perhaps even a massive slice – buy lottery tickets online today and your dream just might come true!Monday 3rd May 2010
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