Lotto and EuroMillions Roll Over
Both the Lotto and the EuroMillions lottery jackpots have rolled over after no participant in either game managed to achieve 100% success last weekend. That means we now have a Lotto jackpot of £7.4 million to play for on Wednesday 2 December, as well as a EuroMillions jackpot of £26 million on Friday 4 December. Here’s how both of last weekend’s big games unfolded and why plenty of National Lottery players still found plenty of reasons to celebrate despite missing out on either of the top prizes…
The EuroMillions game on Friday 27 November gave us 05, 08, 13, 15 and 33 as the main results, and 08 and 09 as the two Lucky Stars. 11 players matched all but one of the Lucky Star numbers to scoop a very nice second tier prize (worth £176,470 for UK players) and 17 more matched just the five main numbers to win a third tier prize (worth £32,404 in the UK).
Of course, all of that came after the Millionaire Raffle draw. The winning Millionaire Raffle number was MCC168984 and one lucky UK player became £1,000,000 richer as a result.
On Saturday night the Lotto draw gave us the numbers 03, 04, 27, 30, 36 and 37. The bonus ball was 08. Six players matched five of the main numbers and the bonus ball as well to win £240,023 each. Another 378 players matched five of the main numbers but no bonus ball to win £2,381 each.
All of that means that there were literally hundreds of players who won four figures last weekend, and quite a few won five or even six figures. Naturally, we think that the Millionaire Raffle winner was the luckiest of all, but we’re confident that every lottery winner is thanking their lucky stars that they chose to give themselves a chance by buying a ticket!
Now we can all give ourselves a chance to win even more cash thanks to the two rollover jackpots on offer this Wednesday and Friday. Buy lottery tickets online and you won’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home to participate – just point, click and this time next week you could be a multi-millionaire! Good luck!Monday 30th November 2009
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