Mega Week for EuroMillions Players
This is the last week of November, and it looks set to be a particularly big one for EuroMillions players. The excitement will begin with the opportunity to win a quadruple rollover jackpot of around £40 million in the first draw of the week this Tuesday 25 November, and then it will continue with a Mega Friday event on 28 November that will award 10 guaranteed prizes of £1 million each. As if that wasn't enough, each of the £1 million winners will win a two week trip of a lifetime to Australia, Brazil or Peru.
The fact that we have a quad rollover jackpot to play for in the first game of the week on Tuesday obviously means that there was no top prize winner in the previous draw. The EuroMillions results on Friday 21 November were 04, 07, 28, 32 and 37, along with the Lucky Star numbers 05 and 10. Although nobody won the jackpot, a single ticket – which was purchased right here in the UK – matched all five main numbers and one of the Lucky Stars to win a fantastic second tier prize of £1,175,106.
There were five tickets that matched five main numbers only to win £78,340 each at the third tier, and eight times as many tickets won £4,896 each at the fourth tier by matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. More than 2.7 million consolation prizes were won overall, and UK players shared a combined total of £4.5 million in prize money. Another UK ticket matched the Millionaire Maker code RDD524710 to win a completely separate prize of £1 million.
Players who intend to have a go at winning the quadruple rollover jackpot will be interested to note that the most overdue main numbers at the time of writing are 44, 43, 16, 11 and 22, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 06 and 02. We don't know if any of those numbers will help anyone to win on Tuesday, but they certainly have just as much chance as any others.
Visit this page to buy your EuroMillions tickets online, and don't forget to enter your numbers for both the Tuesday and Friday draws if you want to ensure your Mega Friday participation. Enjoy the games and good luck!
Written by Tony SharpeMonday 24th November 2014
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