EuroMillions Jackpot Rolls Over to an Estimated £30 Million
Last Updated: Tuesday 27th September 2011, 11:12 am
Jackpots and rollovers seem to be synonymous with the EuroMillions, with the latest jackpot rolling over to an estimated £30 million! Considering the minimum jackpot starts out at a humble £13/€15 million, in just less than two weeks the estimated top prize has increased to an impressive £30/€34 million. Will the jackpot be won for a third time before the month of September is out, or will it continue to rollover until October’s massive EuroMillions Superdraw?
When the EuroMillions first started out back in 2004, only one draw was held each week – taking place on a Friday. Following a gameplay structure of choosing five main numbers between 1 and 50 as well as selecting two Lucky Stars numbered between 1 and 9, this multi-million lottery took Europe by storm; producing some very notable jackpot wins. However, the EuroMillions has come a long way since its launch – increasing the matrix from 2/9 to 2/11 for the Lucky Stars and the introduction of a new prize tier for matching just two main balls.
But that’s not the only addition the EuroMillions had made to its gameplay – as its increasing popularity has resulted in an increased amount of draws, giving the total of two EuroMillions draws a week! With the first Tuesday draw taking place on 10th May 2011, not only does this give lottery players an extra chance each week at winning the jackpot prize, but it also means that two UK millionaires will be guaranteed every week in the EuroMillions additional game of the UK Millionaire Raffle!
If the tune of £30/€34 million sounds like music to your ears, then buy yourself a ticket for the EuroMillions draw of Tuesday 27th September 2011.
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