EuroMillions Jackpot Rolls to Tuesday
21st November 2011 10:59 AM
The EuroMillions jackpot in the game on Friday 18 November wasn’t quite as cooperative as players had hoped because no ticket managed to match all five main numbers (04, 12, 24, 39 and 44) as well as both Lucky Star numbers (02 and 04). That means the jackpot has rolled to the next game scheduled for this Tuesday 22 November, where the top prize will be worth around €21 million (around £18 million for lottery players in the UK).
Winning that kind of cash just over a month before Christmas would definitely be something special, and all you have to do to give yourself the chance of doing just that is buy yourself a ticket or two!
Seven players who will already be celebrating are the ones that matched all five main numbers and one Lucky Star in the EuroMillions game last Friday, because that gave each of them a second-tier prize worth €240,706 (£163,623). 11 tickets won €51,059 (£34,708) each by matching five main numbers only, and 128 tickets matched four main numbers and both Lucky Stars to pick up €2,194 (£1,491) each. There were more than 2.84 million EuroMillions prizes won in total, and in the UK one player matched the Millionaire Raffle number SVB074386 to win £1 million.
Our EuroMillions Statistics page tells us that the most overdue main numbers are currently 03, 07, 13, 10 and 21, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 06 and 10, so if the number 10 happens to be lucky for you it might be worth playing just in case it helps you to win the jackpot. Of course, the odds of winning are the same no matter how you choose your numbers, so you could just as easily use our EuroMillions Random Number Generator and see if Lady Luck picks you some jackpot-winning selections.
Whether or not the jackpot is won this Tuesday, it is a virtual certainty that millions of other prizes will be landed, so play EuroMillions online today and if you miss out on the top prize you could still win yourself a consolation prize worth celebrating. The odds of winning any prize with a single entry are 1 in 13, so keep your fingers crossed and good luck!
Written by Tim Reynolds
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