EuroMillions Triple Rollover Jackpot
EuroMillions players last Friday were unable to win the double rollover jackpot that was up for grabs, so that means they will have a triple rollover jackpot of around £29 million to play for in the next game this Tuesday. We haven't seen three consecutive rollovers in the EuroMillions game since December, and that sequence came to an end when one Spanish ticket landed the jackpot outright. Players in the UK will be hoping that it will be their turn this time around, and we won't have to wait long to find out whether or not those hopes are realised.
The EuroMillions draw last Friday produced the main numbers 12, 24, 39, 42 and 44, along with the Lucky Star numbers 03 and 11. There were six tickets that matched all five of the main numbers as well as one of the Lucky Star numbers to win £220,314 each, and we are delighted to confirm that three of those tickets had been purchased by participants in the UK.
A third tier prize of £55,078 went to each of eight tickets that matched five main numbers only, and at the fourth tier there were 59 tickets that won £3,734 each by matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. The total number of consolation prizes in the main game was 2,741,794, and the combined value of cash won by players in the UK was £3,928,123. An additional prize of £1,000,000 was also won by the UK player who matched the Millionaire Maker code, which was VMC023147.
Lottery fans who want to take the EuroMillions statistics into account when making their entries for the next game on Tuesday should note that the most overdue main numbers are 43, 16, 11, 35 and 04, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 05 and 02. For those of you who prefer to follow the most common numbers, the main numbers to look out for are 50, 04, 38, 44 and 19, and the most common Lucky Stars are 03 and 05.
Whether the EuroMillion jackpot will be won this Tuesday or not remains to be seen, but you won't have a shot at winning the top prize or any other unless you get involved, so click here to buy your tickets online and good luck!
Written by Tony SharpeMonday 16th February 2015
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