Triple Rollover EuroMillions Jackpot this Tuesday!
3rd December 2012 10:12 AM
It is always nice to start a new month with a bigger than average EuroMillions jackpot, and we are pleased to say that December 2012 will get off to a festive bang thanks to a triple rollover jackpot game this Tuesday! The jackpot will be worth around €41 million (around £33 million) so those of you who like the idea of being able to afford some massively extravagant Christmas presents for yourself and others just might be able to win the cash required to do so.
The main numbers drawn in the previous EuroMillions game on Friday 30 November were 10, 18, 23, 24 and 40, and the Lucky Star numbers were 03 and 04. None of those numbers belonged to the ‘most overdue’ category on our EuroMillions Statistics page, so the most overdue numbers for the triple rollover game remain unchanged – watch out for the main numbers 46, 12, 13, 39 and 34 and the Lucky Star numbers 08 and 11.
Eight tickets came very close to landing the jackpot on Friday night, falling short by just one Lucky Star number to win €222,093 (£158,672) each. Another seven tickets matched the five main numbers without either of the Lucky Stars to win a third-tier prize worth €84,607 (£60,447) each. 64 tickets won €4,627 (£3,306) each by matching four of the main numbers and both Lucky Stars, and 3,021,982 tickets won smaller prizes by matching fewer numbers. In the UK, one ticket won £1,000,000 after matching the Millionaire Raffle number WTW840145.
Whilst we’re on the subject of UK players, the deadline for claiming a EuroMillions prize worth £63.8 million is approaching fast, and if no claim is made by 11pm this Wednesday 5 December the prize will go to Good Causes. See our previous news item on this topic here for further details.
We will have to wait and see whether or not the missing UK winner claims his or her £63.8 million prize before the deadline, but in the meantime we have that triple rollover jackpot to play for this Tuesday. Buy your tickets by visiting this page and good luck with your numbers!
Written by Matthew Swift
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