Tuesday EuroMillions Déjà Vu
Exactly one week ago we brought you news that a brand new jackpot made available in the previous Friday EuroMillions game had rolled over, setting things up for a Tuesday EuroMillions jackpot with an expected value of around £15 million. Today we have a strange sense of déjà vu because we would like to say exactly the same thing, with no player managing to match all seven of the numbers drawn last Friday 10 April. Those numbers were 22, 23, 25, 30 and 43, along with the Lucky Star numbers 05 and 09.
The final value of the jackpot on Friday was £10,876,500, but with no player winning that sum it was left to the consolation prize tiers to put smiles on faces. The biggest prizes in the main game were won at the second tier, where two tickets matched all five of the main numbers and one of the Lucky Star numbers to secure a prize of £544,386, and we are delighted to report that one of those tickets had been purchased by a player in the UK.
There was another UK ticket among the three that matched five main numbers only to win £120,974 each at the third tier. Another 68 tickets won £2,668 each by matching four main numbers as well as both Lucky Star numbers, and 21 of those had been purchased by UK players. The total number of prizes won in the game on Friday was 2,408,575, and the total amount of cash won by participants in this country was £3,595,478. The Millionaire Maker code, which made one player £1 million richer on Friday, was PSN210013.
Lottery fans who want to include one or more of the most overdue numbers on their play slips for the rollover jackpot game this Tuesday should be considering the main numbers 16, 35, 36, 01 and 07, along with the Lucky Star numbers 11 and 07. The most common main numbers right now are 50, 04, 44, 38 and 25, and the most common Lucky Stars are 03 and 05.
Whether you include any of the numbers just mentioned or not, click here to buy your lottery tickets online and you just might be a multi-millionaire by the middle of the week. Enjoy the game on Tuesday and good luck!
Written by Tony SharpeMonday 13th April 2015
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