Euromillions Rolls For Ninth Time
Tuesday night's Euromillions draw failed to find any winners who matched 5 main numbers and 2 Lucky Stars for the £89 million jackpot prize pool. This means that the Euromillions rolls for a ninth time which we last saw happen back in July 2005. The most rollovers we have seen since the Euromillions started in February 2004 has been eleven and this produced the largest ever jackpot in the games history of £126 million which was shared by three ticket holders. Could it be that we are set to see a record Euromillions jackpot in the not too distant future?
Of course there were other winners in the Tuesday draw with 3 lucky tickets, although none from the UK, taking home a match 5 and 1 Lucky Star jackpot with plenty of winners on the lower prize levels from this weeks Tuesday Euromillions draw.
We are sure that many people are buying more tickets than usual and that there will be quite a few “what would you spend your winnings on if you won the Euromillions jackpot” conversations taking place around the world. As we all try to predict what the winning combination of numbers are going to be why not take a look at our Euromillions statistics pages for a little inspiration on what numbers to use? Alternatively if you don’t fancy the Lucky Dip option for your next ticket purchase we also have a Euromillions Random Number generator available which will hopefully provide you with the winning combination but remember, we don’t guarantee it! Both of these useful tools can be found in the menu to the left of your screen.
Written by Diana Nubuck
Wednesday 22nd June 2011
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