Euromillions Rollover Boasts £24 Million Jackpot
Last Updated: Friday 29th July 2011, 12:07 pm
That’s the thing everyone loves about the Euromillions Lottery, you just never know what it’s going to do next! Last Friday two players shared the £13 million jackpot, but then on Tuesday players fared poorly. No one won the jackpot and that means that this evening, the Euromillions rollover boasts a £24 million jackpot. It’s not quite at record-breaking levels, but this boost to the jackpot is likely to stir up lottery players all around Europe.
On Friday evening, just 1.7 million Euromillions players walked away with a prize, a figure that is usually closer to 3 million. No one won the jackpot, creating tonight’s £24 million rollover and just two lottery players shared the second tier prize. However, the low number of prize winners did mean a higher than expected prize, with 5 +1 winners collecting a massive £362,346! One of the two second tier winners was from the UK, and was the biggest UK main draw winner.
The low number of prize winners continued throughout the prize tiers, with just eight players collecting a higher than expected £30,391 for matching five main balls (two from the UK) and even the match 4 +1 prize was over £4,000!
So all of this means that tonight’s Euromillions rollover is worth £24 million and it really is your last chance now to buy Euromillions tickets for the draw. It’s also worth remembering that two Euromillions prizes have gone unclaimed this week so make sure you check the Euromillions results carefully after the draw.
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