Although nobody won last Friday’s €77 million jackpot, over 2.4 million EuroMillions prizes were still paid out to winners. Six lucky players matched the five main numbers (which were 9, 33, 35, 38 and 40) and one of the two Lucky Stars (which were 2 and 6) to win €726,533 (around £654,200) each. Another 17 players matched five main numbers only to win €72,768 (around £65,523) each.
Now EuroMillions players will be hoping to go one or two numbers better so that they can land some or all of the €100 million that is up for winning this Friday. Because the multi-rollover jackpot is so large, all of the advice given in our Superdraw Strategies article can be applied to this week’s EuroMillions game. And, of course, it goes without saying that you can buy EuroMillions tickets online in the usual way.
Being able to play for a jackpot of €100 million is something that European lottery players could only dream of prior to EuroMillions being launched in 2004. Back then, the notion of winning €100 million in a matter of minutes was unheard of – it just couldn’t be done. The fact that we are now able to play for €100 million just a few weeks after the previous Mega Jackpot game offering the same amount shows just how fortunate we really are!
Clearly, we would be doing both EuroMillions and ourselves a disservice if we failed to take full advantage of the millionaire-making opportunity that Europe’s favourite lottery game offers. If you agree with that sentiment then be sure to play for €100 million this Friday and keep your fingers crossed that you get the EuroMillions results you need for a bumper payday!