Tonight’s EuroMillions Jackpot is £11 Million (€15 Million)
11th November 2014 9:56 AM
Lottery fans across Europe will be hoping to claim an £11 million (€15 million) haul tonight when EuroMillions is drawn again in Paris. Friday 7th November’s draw saw two ticket holders share a £25.8 million (€33 million) bounty, making the UK and French players the first jackpot winners of November. For a full prize breakdown of the prizes from Friday night, click on the EuroMillions Results tab.
There has been a run of good fortune for EuroMillions players recently, with four tickets hitting the jackpot within a fortnight, starting with the £149.7 million (€190 million) windfall received by one Portuguese player on Friday 31st October. A French ticket holder scooped £11.8 million (€15 million) in the very next draw and two draws passed by without a jackpot winner before Friday’s wonderful double win. Along with one UK player bagging £1 million every time EuroMillions is drawn courtesy of Millionaire Maker, players with tickets for tonight’s draw will be hoping this spirit of giving continues!
With mornings turning colder and alarms set five minutes earlier to allow for windscreen de-icing time, the thought of a multi-million EuroMillions win and the tropical holidays that it could pay for seems even more tempting than usual.
In order for you to be spending the autumn in Barbados rather than Basingstoke or Burnley, you will need to buy EuroMillions tickets, which are available now either online or from authorised retailers. Keep your fingers crossed, if they’re not too cold!
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