EuroMillions to Hold Two Great Draws This Week
24th March 2015 10:18 AM
EuroMillions fans are getting ready for a busy week, as tonight’s game will offer a quadruple rollover jackpot worth £38 million (€52 million) and Friday’s draw will see the return of Mega Friday. The supplementary game, which is a special version of Millionaire Maker, has been running for six months now and has enjoyed considerable popularity. This month, ten players will win £1 million as well as the chance to pick out a luxury car befitting of their new status.
The cars available vary according to the age of the winner. Here’s a quick breakdown of what you could be driving away in fairly shortly:
- Ages 17-21: your choice of an Alpha Romeo, an Audi S5 Cabriolet or a Porsche Cayenne.
- Ages 22-24: your choice of the first three cars, as well as a BMW M6 convertible, a Range Rover Autobiography, a Jaguar F-Type V8 or a Porsche Panamera.
- Ages 25 and older: All seven of the above cars, as well as your choice of a Maserati Grancabrio, an Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster, an Aston Martin V8 Vantage N430, an Audi R8 Spyder, a Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet or a BMW i8 hybrid.
All Millionaire Maker winners will also receive a year’s worth of road tax and comprehensive insurance up to a maximum value of £30,000. If the package you select is valued at less than £150,000, you’ll be given the excess to spend however you like. Imagine having enough left over to pick up the cost of petrol without going into your winnings!
Of course, tonight’s tidy jackpot will surely attract a similar amount of attention. Winning £38 million would be enough for you to buy a whole fleet of cars built to your exact specifications. You’d also be the first top prize winner since a Portuguese player snapped up the £72.1 million (€100 million) Superdraw jackpot offered on Friday 6th March.
Whether you’re playing for tonight’s big jackpot, Friday’s opulent prize or you’re going all out for both draws, don’t forget that sales will close at 7.30pm GMT (8.30pm CET) on game nights. As usual, you can buy tickets online at the Play EuroMillions page or you can pick up some entries in person from authorised retailers.
If you’re going to be on the edge of your seat all Tuesday and Friday evening as you wait for the results to come in, be sure to stop by Euro-Millions.com, as a full prize breakdown and a detailed analysis of the night’s game will be posted shortly after the draw is made. Have fun and good luck!
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