Week Ends with Double Rollover Jackpot
The working week will end with a double rollover jackpot in the EuroMillions game this Friday, and current estimates put the value of that jackpot at around £26 million. If that figure is accurate and the sum is landed by a single ticket – as the Lotto jackpot was last Saturday – the lucky winner would be able to spend half a million pounds a week for a whole year before worrying about running out of cash. We don’t recommend that as a particularly sound financial strategy, but it would certainly be an option!
The EuroMillions results on Tuesday 14 January were 18, 20, 25, 26 and 37, along with the Lucky Star numbers 10 and 11. The Lucky Star 10 had appeared in both of the previous two draws, but the third time wasn’t a charm for anyone trying to win the jackpot last night. Two players matched all five numbers and one Lucky Star to secure a second tier prize worth €549,286, and the fact that we gave that figure in euros obviously means that neither of the winners had bought their ticket in the UK.
There were seven tickets that won a third tier prize of £36,506 each by matching five main numbers only, and another 41 tickets matched four of the main numbers and both of the Lucky Stars to win £3,116 each. More than 1.67 million prizes were won at the lower levels, and the Millionaire Raffle number LTG855433 gave one UK player a separate prize of £1 million.
Players are now turning their attention to the next EuroMillions game this Friday 17 January, and we can tell you that the most overdue main numbers to look out for are 34, 16, 04, 21 and 47, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 04 and 09. We look forward to seeing if any of those numbers prove instrumental in helping someone to win the £26 million double rollover jackpot, but in the meantime we have a midweek Lotto game to enjoy. Visit this page to buy your tickets online and if you can match the six main numbers that appear in tonight’s Lotto draw you could soon be celebrating a win worth £2.2 million! Enjoy the game and good luck!
Written by Tony SharpeWednesday 15th January 2014
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