EuroMillions Jackpot for Single Winner
Last Updated: Wednesday 14th September 2011, 08:51 am
A single winning ticket landed the massive EuroMillions jackpot worth £140,822,522 on Tuesday 13 September, and although we don’t know who owns that ticket at this stage, we do know that they didn’t purchase their ticket in the UK. The EuroMillions results which brought an end to an extended series of twelve consecutive rollovers were 09, 28, 30, 32 and 49, and the Lucky Star numbers were 09 and 10. The jackpot had been estimated to have a value of around £138 million, so the final figure of £140.8 million was a whopping £2.8 million better!
We will of course bring you details about the jackpot-winner if they decide to go public about their success. In the meantime, there were plenty of other winners celebrating after the EuroMillions game last night thanks to more than 3.52 million prizes being won in total. Six tickets (one of them purchased in the UK) matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star number to win £246,962 each, and another five tickets (including one purchased in the UK) matched the five main numbers only to win £98,784 each.
The Millionaire Raffle number delivered the biggest prize of all to a EuroMillions player in the UK on Tuesday, with the winning number VMZ049534 giving somebody a very nice cash prize of £1,000,000. Those of you who haven’t yet checked your lottery tickets should probably do so now, just in case one of the big EuroMillions prizes won last night happens to be yours!
Now that the EuroMillions multi-rollover jackpot has finally been won, the jackpot for the next game has been reset and you can therefore play for a top prize of £12 million this Friday 16 September. Of course, before we get to that game we have a Lotto jackpot of around £2.2 million and an Irish Lotto multi-rollover jackpot of around €8.5 million to play for this evening (Wednesday 14 September). Grab your lottery tickets online now so that you don’t forget and good luck in all the lottery games that you choose to play!
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