EuroMillions Double Rollover Jackpot
Updated: Wednesday 9th April 2014
The third EuroMillions game of 2013 was played last night, but the third time didn’t prove to be as lucky as jackpot-hunters had hoped because none of the tickets entered were able to match all seven of the numbers drawn. Fortunately, every lottery cloud has a silver lining, and the good news in this case is that players can now look forward to a Friday EuroMillions double rollover jackpot worth around £27 million. As if that wasn’t enough, more than 1.8 million non-jackpot prizes were won in the Tuesday EuroMillions game, which should definitely help with those Christmas credit card bills!
The five main numbers drawn in the EuroMillions game on Tuesday 8 January were 02, 20, 22, 26 and 47, and the two Lucky Star numbers were 05 and 09. A trio of winning tickets were found at the second-tier prize level, and two of them had been purchased in the UK, winning their owners the very pleasing sum of £269,797 each.
Ten tickets matched five main numbers without either of the Lucky Stars and won £26,979 each, whilst 41 tickets landed a prize of £3,290 each by matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. 705 tickets matched four main numbers and one Lucky Star to win £167 each and the remaining winners picked up a prize of £93 or less by matching fewer numbers. As usual on a night when the EuroMillions jackpot rolls over, the biggest winner in the UK was the player who matched the Millionaire Raffle number for a prize of £1 million, and the lucky number that made it happen on Tuesday was KZZ838323.
The double rollover jackpot in the next EuroMillions game this Friday gives players a golden opportunity to transform their lives forever. Anyone who succeeds in matching all seven numbers will be able to quit work, travel the world and enjoy a genuine life of luxury.
Of course, EuroMillions isn’t the only game on the block that offers such life-changing potential. The midweek Lotto game this evening (Wednesday 9 January) will offer a jackpot worth around £2.1 million, so if winning that kind of money would suit your needs you know exactly what to do – head this way to buy your tickets and pray that your numbers come up! Good luck!
Written by Tony Sharpe
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