High Ticket Sales for Euromillions Rollover
Last Updated: Friday 8th July 2011, 09:55 am
Ticket sales are brisk across the UK and Europe for tonight’s Euromillions Lottery rollover, and it’s little wonder. At £166 million this is the biggest Euromillions Lottery jackpot ever seen, certainly on UK shores, coming in at €185 million across Europe. So with ticket sales so high and the Euromillions jackpot cap reached, will the Euromillions Lottery jackpot finally be won this evening?
The only way to answer that is to check back later and take a look at the Euromillions results. Who knows what will happen? After thirteen rollovers the Euromillions Lottery is proving as unpredictable as ever.
So who is buying Euromillions tickets today? Well players from nine European countries are fighting it out for the jackpot and many players are buying more tickets than ever. Add that to the last minute Euromillions syndicates that have sprung up all over the UK and Europe this week and you’d think we might stand a chance of seeing a winner.
Of course if the Euromillions Lottery does roll over again then the jackpot cannot increase any more, any additional prize money will roll down to the next level of prizes will the jackpot will now remain at £166 million until won.
The Euromillions has never rolled over thirteen times, so will this traditionally unlucky number prove the luckiest day of one Euromillions player’s life? The countdown really is on now, if you don’t yet have lottery tickets, then time is running out, there’s just a few hours left until the biggest ever Euromillions draw now and the excitement is reaching fever-pitch!
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