Wednesday Lottery Winners Guaranteed!
The EuroMillions jackpot rolled over for the fourth time in a row last night, and that sets things up for a colossal £128 million jackpot game this Friday 17 October. In the meantime, lottery fans can enjoy the fact that 50 people are guaranteed to win themselves £20,000 each in the midweek Lotto Raffle game. The main Lotto game will also give players the chance of winning a brand new jackpot with an advertised value of £2.1 million, whilst the Health Lottery and Irish Lotto games will offer top prizes of £100,000 and around €5.5 million, respectively.
The EuroMillions results for Tuesday 14 October were 04, 05, 15, 23 and 32, with the numbers 03 and 07 appearing as the Lucky Star numbers. Three tickets matched all five of the main numbers plus one of the Lucky Stars to win £511,642 each, and two of those entries had been bought by players in the UK, so well done to the lucky winners concerned.
There were 17 tickets that matched five main numbers only to win £30,096 each at the third tier, and another 180 tickets won £1,421 for each of their owners by matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. The total number of EuroMillions prizes won last night was 3,879,145, and the combined value of prizes won by UK players was £5,522,149. As always, another £1,000,000 was landed by a UK player thanks to the Millionaire Raffle game, and the winning number last night was CWJ405938.
We have already said that the next EuroMillions draw on Friday will offer a jackpot of around £128 million, and we will take a look at what the statistics say about that game tomorrow. In the meantime, stats fans might want to keep an eye on the most overdue numbers in the midweek Lotto game, in which case the numbers to look out for are 39, 21, 42, 45, 49 and 17.
Whatever numbers you choose to enter for the Lotto game this evening, click here to buy your tickets online and you just might win yourself a £2.1 million fortune – or one of the 50 guaranteed Lotto Raffle prizes of £20,000 each – from the comfort of your own home. Good luck!
Written by Tony SharpeWednesday 15th October 2014
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