Seven draws have passed without a jackpot winner, marking the longest stretch of rollovers seen since 11th November 2014, when a series of six games took place without anyone able to clinch the top-tier windfall. The jackpot eventually grew to £57.8 million (€72.9 million) and was claimed by a player in France on the 2nd of December.
Grabbing £57 million tonight would certainly be worth writing home about, but don’t forget that the long-awaited Superdraw finally arrives on Friday March 6th. With a fixed Euro value of €100 million and an estimated sterling value of €73 million, winning this bumper prize could whisk you away to a whole new world of luxury, fulfilled dreams and all the little (and big) goodies you always wanted but could never justify buying. With an eight-figure sum in the bank, no one could fault you for clearing out the entire inventory of Firebox.
Of course, you’ll need to pick out some numbers if you’re taking part in the fun tonight or on Friday. Lucky Dips are easy, but if you don’t want to leave it entirely to fate, you can use the EuroMillions Statistics page to see which numbers have appeared the most, which ones are the most overdue and which numbers commonly appear as pairs or triplets. You could use your newfound knowledge to create some truly random EuroMillions lines as opposed to playing the same numbers again and again.
Whether you’re modest and would be content with just the £57 million or you’re ambitious and want to scoop the £73 million prize for yourself, you’ve got two chances to win big this week with EuroMillions. Don’t forget to pick up your tickets for both draws before sales close at 7.30pm GMT (8.30pm CET) tonight and on Friday evening. You can play EuroMillions online or buy your entries in person from authorised retailers. Good luck and have fun!