Could EuroMillions Be Won Three Times in a Row?
5th February 2016 9:06 AM
EuroMillions fans will be keeping their fingers crossed that they can become the fourth jackpot winner in three draws when the numbers are dispensed in Paris tonight. Last Friday’s draw saw an Irish and a French player split £100.7 million (€132.3 million) following a run of 11 rollovers, with a Spanish ticket holder matching all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars on Tuesday to pick up £11.3 million (€15 million).
The last time three EuroMillions draws in a row boasted jackpot winners was last autumn, when a UK player pocketed £35.1 million (€47.7 million) on Friday 25th September, a Portuguese ticket holder claimed £11.1 million (€15 million) on Tuesday 29th September and another UK participant found themselves £11 million (€15 million) richer on Friday 2nd October. The slight difference between the sterling amounts in the latter two draws was due to fluctuations in the exchange rate.
If you need some help choosing your lines for tonight’s £11 million (€15 million) EuroMillions draw, you should check out the Number Generator, which will create as many completely random selections as you would like to play. UK ticket holders also receive an entry into Millionaire Maker for every EuroMillions line they play, with one code guaranteed to bag its owner a cool £1 million this evening. French players have the chance to claim one of five My Million awards of €1 million this evening through their supplementary, which works in a similar way to Millionaire Maker across the Channel.
You can buy EuroMillions tickets online or from authorised retailers in any of the participating countries, and make sure you check them soon after the draw takes place to see if you can add your name to the list of brand-new millionaires in this stunning winning run!
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