The odds of matching the five main numbers and two Lucky Stars (all of which are necessary to win the EuroMillions jackpot) are 1 in 76,275,360, so it is not surprising that the jackpot fund sometimes rolls over. Double rollover jackpots are slightly less common than single rollovers, but they still happen on a fairly regular basis, and certainly a lot more often than triple, quad and multi-rollovers.
EuroMillions double rollover jackpots give lottery players plenty to get excited about. Regular EuroMillions draws offer a minimum jackpot of €15 million, but a double rollover jackpot can be worth €40 million and more. Because the cost of a EuroMillions ticket remains the same regardless of the jackpot size, it can be argued that double rollovers represent even better value for money than usual.
Winning a EuroMillions double rollover jackpot outright (that is, without having to share the prize) is something that would instantly gives the lucky winner a similar level of wealth as many highly successful sportsmen and Hollywood celebrities. In fact, we can’t think of any other legal way to go from zero to hero in such a short period of time. If you have always envied the ‘lifestyles of the rich and famous’, participating in a EuroMillions double rollover jackpot draw could make it possible for you to live that kind of lifestyle yourself!
Although the idea of winning a EuroMillions double rollover jackpot might seem a little far-fetched, there are plenty of EuroMillions players who have done just that or even better. Remember, winning a double rollover has nothing to do with skill, so every ticket has exactly the same chance of landing the double rollover as any other.
If that doesn’t encourage you to play EuroMillions online for a double rollover, we don’t know what will!