Back in June, the top prize was finally won a week after the Superdraw took place following two rollovers, which could be viewed as a positive omen for British players ahead of this evening’s game. The most recent Superdraw passed by last Friday without anyone matching five main numbers plus both Lucky Stars, and another rollover on Tuesday pushed the top prize to even greater proportions.
Check out the EuroMillions Results page to find out all the winning numbers from the last few weeks and see if you might be due a cash reward. There have still been lots of big winners despite recent rollovers, including four players on Tuesday who matched five main numbers plus one Lucky Star to each pick up £347,476 (€449,898).
Players thinking about how they can boost their chances of winning may wish to consider joining a EuroMillions syndicate, which is the only way to grab a stake in more tickets without having to spend more money. A group of seven Merseyside office workers each became £6.5 million richer in 2009 after splitting a prize of £45.5 million, and tonight’s jackpot is so huge that you wouldn’t have to worry about not getting a decent share.
Whether you wish to play in a group or go it alone, you can enter online or by visiting any authorised retailer in one of the participating countries. If you land in one of the top prize tiers you could enjoy the perfect Christmas, not just this year but for every year to come, and in fact it may start to feel like 25th December every single day. Have fun and good luck!