Five EuroMillions players matched the five main numbers and one Lucky Star last week to win €649,417 (around £606,926), and twelve more matched the five main numbers only to win €76,789 (around £71,764) each. Overall, the EuroMillions lottery awarded more than 1.95 million prizes, so our guess is that there were plenty of people around Europe hosting impromptu parties last Friday to celebrate their good fortune.
If you weren’t one of those prize winners last week then you can console yourself with the fact that you now have an even bigger jackpot to play for this Friday. €43 million is a serious amount of money by any standards, and even if you had to share it with three other winners you would still enjoy a share worth more than $10 million!
Because a double rollover jackpot is worth around three times as much as a regular EuroMillions jackpot, it can be a good idea to employ a more serious playing strategy to try and maximise your chances of winning. Our advice would be to look back at the hints that we presented in our Superdraw Strategies article and see if any of those ideas appeal to you. Many of you will also want to consider using a EuroMillions lottery system such as our Guaranteed EuroMillions System or our Lucky Star System.
Whatever strategy you adopt, you should of course buy tickets online so that you don’t risk losing your entries or missing out by forgetting to check the EuroMillions results. And, don’t forget, you can enter the same numbers for multiple draws when playing online if you want to make life even easier for yourself.
We offer our congratulations to everyone who won a prize in the EuroMillions game last week, and we also wish you the best of luck as you play for the EuroMillions double rollover jackpot this Friday!