Sixth roll for Euromillions
Last Updated: Saturday 11th June 2011, 11:01 am
You may find it hard to believe, but the Euromillions Lottery rolled over for the sixth time last night when no one matched all the winning numbers in the draw. There was £60.8 million up for grabs, yet despite high ticket sales, no one matched all five winning numbers and the two lucky stars, which means that Tuesday’s Euromillions jackpot is worth a staggering £67 million after rolling over for the sixth time in a row.
All in all, UK Lottery players fared very well in the main Euromillions draw last night. Almost £5 million was paid out to UK lottery players, plus the £1 million Millionaire Raffle winner of course. Added today it showed a very profitable night for UK lottery players, even if the main Euromillions jackpot was not won.
Five players matched five main balls and a lucky star, three from the UK and they each collect £294,622. Another thirteen players matched just five main balls, two from the UK and they collect £37,772. In all there were £3.1 million winners across the nine European countries where the lottery is played, which should mean plenty of happy lottery players this morning.
On Tuesday, the six-times Euromillions rollover goes up for grabs, the jackpot is an estimated £67 million and is likely to be one of the biggest draws of the year! Make sure you have your lottery tickets for the draw, and don’t forget to check back for the lottery results and winning numbers!
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