EuroMillions Triple Rollover Jackpot £41 Million
Last Updated: Friday 30th September 2011, 10:05 am
With October arriving tomorrow and the realisation that Christmas will be here before you know it, winning a life changing sum of money in the EuroMillions might just be what you need right now! This lottery is known for its jackpots and tonight is no different as the EuroMillions has an estimated rollover jackpot of £41 million. September has already seen two players win a life changing amount of cash so will any players find it third time lucky to win this triple rollover Euromillions jackpot?
With the weather being as glorious as it has been these past few days, asking yourself that question of ‘what would I do if I won the EuroMillions?’ is inevitably going to lead players to think about moving to sunnier climes or at least buying a holiday home abroad. Obviously winning the jackpot does catapult you in to financial security; however it also brings with it some interesting ideas.
As the EuroMillions jackpot is estimated to be £41,000,000 tonight winning this amount could of course buy you the customary things such as a new house or a shiny new car, but it could also buy you a private island off the coast of the Bahamas for under ten million. Or if you fancy living on the water you could buy a luxurious super yacht to sail around the seven seas in.
However if none of these take your fancy, you will be pleased to know that if you do win the EuroMillions jackpot you could see yourself being worth as much as the singers Kylie Minogue and Mick Hucknall. In addition would be worth the same as the singers Adele, Charlotte Church, James Morrison, Cheryl Cole and Duffy all put together.
So as the end of the month is upon us you never know if tonight could indeed be your night when playing for the jackpot in the EuroMillions triple rollover. If you haven’t bought your ticket already, don’t delay as this meaty jackpot on offer could be yours if you've picked the right numbers!
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