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EuroMillions Rolls into March

EuroMillions Rolls into March

The first EuroMillions game of the third month of 2012 will offer a rollover jackpot of around €26 million (around £22 million) after no player won the top prize on Tuesday 28 February. This will be the fifth time in a row that a new month has started with a rollover jackpot (and that’s not including the €100 million Superdraw jackpot that was offered at the beginning of October 2011), so once again players everywhere will be hoping that the new month will bring them some jackpot-winning luck.

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The main numbers drawn in the last EuroMillions game on Tuesday 28 February were 01, 10, 17, 33 and 48, and the Lucky Stars were 02 and 03. The Lucky Star number 03 was previously highlighted as being most overdue to make an appearance, so the most overdue main numbers for the next draw are still 35, 32, 18, 37 and 23, but the most overdue Lucky Star numbers have changed to 09 and 05.

There were five winners at the second-tier prize level on Tuesday, and each of those won €199,215 (£136,737) after matching five main numbers plus one Lucky Star. Another five winners matched the five main numbers only and won €66,405 (£45,579) each as a result. There were 35 tickets that matched four main numbers and both Lucky Star numbers to win €4,743 (£3,256) each, and 804 tickets won €180 (£124) each by matching four main numbers and one Lucky Star. The total number of prizes won in the midweek EuroMillions game was 1,610,883, and in the UK one player matched the Millionaire Raffle number CFZ093351 to win £1 million.

Talking of the UK, we can now confirm that the winner of the €54.89 million rollover jackpot on Friday 24 February has successfully made their claim. The winner was offered the chance to go public but declined, preferring to remain anonymous.

Play EuroMillions today and if your numbers come up this Friday 2 March then you too will get to decide whether or not to go public about your win. Enjoy the game and good luck!

Written by Tim Reynolds

Page Last Updated: 05/06/2014 10:57:43