EuroMillions Rollover Jackpot for Tuesday
The EuroMillions game this Tuesday 26 June will offer a rollover jackpot worth around £17 million after no ticket was able to match all of the numbers required to win the top prize last Friday. The EuroMillions results on Friday 22 June were 14, 18, 19, 43 and 49, with the numbers 03 and 07 appearing as the Lucky Stars. Second-tier prizes were just as elusive as the jackpot on Friday, with no ticket matching either Lucky Star number as well as the five main numbers. There were six winning tickets at the third tier level (each winning €363,306) but none were bought in the UK.
All of that means the Millionaire Raffle game was the highlight for UK EuroMillions players on Friday, and the winning number this time was RTJ822401. There were 55 winning tickets at the fourth-tier prize level and each of those tickets won £3,473 by matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. 970 tickets matched four main numbers and one Lucky Star to win £172 each, and there were more than 2.67 million prizes won in total.
In the Lotto game on Saturday 23 June the winning numbers were 03, 25, 28, 30, 39 and 45, and the Bonus Ball number was 05. Two tickets matched all six main numbers to win a half-share of the £4,216,914 jackpot and six tickets matched five main numbers plus the Bonus Ball to win £216,252 each. 365 tickets won £2,221 each after matching five main numbers only, and another 505,448 tickets won either £73 or £10 each by matching four or three main numbers, respectively.
The jackpot in the midweek Lotto game this Wednesday 27 June will be worth around £2.2 million, but before that we have the £17 million EuroMillions rollover jackpot to play for on Tuesday. Buy your lottery tickets here for both games and good luck!
Article Last Updated: 25th June 2012
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