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EuroMillions Superdraw this Friday!

EuroMillions Superdraw this Friday!

Lottery players around the world are getting very excited because we are now just a few days away from the next big EuroMillions Superdraw game. The jackpot in the Superdraw this Friday 7 March will be worth a guaranteed €100 million, which should work out at around £80 million in the event of it being landed by a ticket purchased here in the UK. Players who intend to get involved this week are advised to buy tickets early to avoid any last-minute glitches.

The EuroMillions game offered a triple rollover jackpot worth £35,072,863 in the most recent draw on Friday 28 February. One ticket matched the five main numbers 12, 32, 38, 43 and 44, along with the Lucky Star numbers 02 and 07, to win the jackpot outright, and we can tell you that the winning ticket was bought by a player in Spain. We probably don’t need to point out that Spanish players have had a great level of success in the game so far this year, whilst UK players have had none, so we are as keen as anyone to see a British ticket win big this week!

There were no UK winners at the second tier prize level, but two tickets purchased elsewhere matched all five EuroMillions numbers and one Lucky Star to win €797,418 each. Six tickets won £61,031 each by matching the five main numbers only, and the total number of prizes won was 2,457,351. The winning Millionaire Raffle number was BXP474879.

The Lotto results on Saturday 1 March were 04, 09, 10, 13, 29 and 40, and the Bonus Ball was 45. The jackpot, which was worth £4,358,812, was shared by four tickets that matched all six main numbers, whilst six tickets matched five of the main numbers plus the Bonus Ball number to win a second tier prize of £49,724 each. The total number of prizes landed (not including the 100 Lotto Raffle prizes of £20,000 each) was 376,491, and the next jackpot will be worth around £2.2 million.

In the Health Lottery game on Saturday, no player won the top prize of £100,000 because no ticket matched all five of the main numbers, which were 13, 15, 17, 38 and 39. More than 72,000 tickets did match fewer numbers – with or without the Bonus Ball number 29 – to win a consolation prize of some kind.

All of that means we can now look forward to brand new jackpots in the Tuesday EuroMillions and Wednesday Lotto games, as well as the big EuroMillions Superdraw game on Friday. Click here to buy your tickets online and may your numbers be lucky!

Written by Tony Sharpe

Monday 3rd March 2014

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