Ten Times Rollover For the 100 UK Millionaire Euromillions Draw
The Euromillions surpassed players’ expectations and rolled for a tenth time last night, Tuesday, 24th July 2012, taking Fridays estimated jackpot to a staggering €140/ £105 million. UK players especially were hoping for a rollover this Tuesday, to coincide with the special 100 UK Millionaires Raffle which also takes place this Friday, 27th July 2012, where 100 ticketholders will win an instant million pound prize. Huge ticket sales in anticipation of another rollover it seems were justified, and have helped that jackpot smash through the £100 million mark.
The Euromillions numbers last night were 4, 16, 18, 25, 44 and the Lucky Stars were 1 and 11. Whilst there were no jackpot winners to match all five and two Lucky Stars, there were three European ticket holders who matched five numbers and one Lucky Star, to take away an awesome €541,281 each. All in all, there were 2,619,891 winners who matched from two numbers upwards, an impressive number for a Tuesday night draw. The UK Millionaire Raffle number was CXV938757, which will see one UK ticket holder net one million.
This means that Friday night’s draw is set to be an impressive one, not only for UK players who will have those extra chances of winning a million courtesy of the UK 100 Millionaires Raffle, but also for all Euromillions players, who are now playing for a jackpot of a cool €140/ £105 million.
So, if you are intending to play, just make sure you have bought your tickets in time – remember that ticket sales close at 7.30pm GMT Friday evening, so don’t leave it to the last minute! If you prefer, there are options to buy online as well as buying from a shop, so you could buy your ticket without even moving from your desk!
Good luck to all players!
Article Last Updated: 25th July 2012
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