Rolled Over Euromillion Jackpot Sees Ticket Sales Soar
The Euromillions draw tonight, Friday 20th July 2012, has an estimated jackpot of €100 / £79 million thanks to it rolling over a massive eight times. Soaring ticket sales are expected to add to this already impressive jackpot, as players from all over Europe race to get their tickets in time to be within a chance of winning this life changing prize. But will any of the tickets sold match those six numbers and result in that jackpot being claimed? Or will it roll for a ninth time?
The last time a Euromillions was won was on the 19th June 2012, when the jackpot of €15 / £12.1 million was won by a single ticket holder from Portugal. Since then, there have been no jackpot winners, which has sent the prize fund rolling over draw after draw to this week, when it is estimated to reach an impressive €100 / £79 million.
Ticket sales always rise when jackpots are multiple rollovers, and this draw is expected to be no exception. Make sure you get your ticket in plenty of time, as the deadline for buying tickets is 7.30pm GMT, and you wouldn’t want to get caught in a queue at the newsagents and miss the deadline! Alternatively, you can buy tickets online using a Lottery Concierge Service, where you can pick your numbers or opt for a Quick Pick option, ensuring that your tickets are bought instantly.
As well as the convenience of the instant purchase, Lottery Concierge Services will also store your numbers and inform you of any wins, which means you don’t have to worry about losing your ticket and having no record of your numbers.
However you decide to buy your tickets for tonight’s Euromillions, one thing is for certain – the only way to be in with a chance is to play, and with a potential €100 / £79 million at stake, can you afford not to?
Article Last Updated: 20th July 2012
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