Friday EuroMillions Offers €25 Million
4th April 2013 9:34 AM
No EuroMillions ticket was able to win the €15 million (£12 million) jackpot on Tuesday, so the next game this Friday 5 April will offer a rollover jackpot worth around €25 million (around £21 million). The EuroMillions results that gave us the first rollover of the month on Tuesday 2 April were 12, 17, 25, 29 and 41, along with the Lucky Star numbers 01 and 04. Two of those numbers - the main number 41 and the Lucky Star 04 - had been previously highlighted as most overdue to appear, so the recent trend of one or more overdue numbers showing up is still going strong.
There were two winning tickets at the second-tier level on Tuesday, and each of those won €520,893 (£361,988) by matching all five main numbers plus one of the Lucky Stars. 10 tickets matched the five main numbers only to win €34,726 (£24,133) each, and 41 tickets won €4,235 (£2,943) each by matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. There were plenty more winners across the lower prize tiers, and the total number of prizes won on Tuesday was 1,773,482. In the UK, one ticket won its owner £1,000,000 by matching the Millionaire Raffle number NLB309866.
We mentioned in our introduction to this news item that two more of the most overdue numbers were drawn on Tuesday, so it might be useful to present the updated batch of numbers for the next game this Friday. The most overdue main numbers right now are 07, 47, 48, 18 and 38, and the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 02 and 07. For those of you who are interested in how overdue numbers can be played, our article on Playing Overdue EuroMillions Numbers might be helpful.
Of course, every line of numbers has exactly the same chance of winning in any given EuroMillions draw, so don't think that overdue numbers are in any way better than others because that isn't the case. Whatever numbers you choose, the key to success is to get lucky, so head this way to buy your tickets online, think lucky thoughts and you just might end the week by winning €25 million!
Written by Matthew Swift
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