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The EuroMillions Lottery has been grabbing the headlines recently, following one rollover draw after another. For the past five draws the jackpot has gotten away, which has led to the huge prize pool that was on offer for tonight’s EuroMillions draw. The rollover jackpot stood at a massive £53 million going into tonight’s draw but was it won or will we be looking at an even bigger prize pool for Tuesday? The winning numbers have just been drawn so let’s take a look and see.
The EuroMillions results results for Friday 17th May 2013 are as follows:
EuroMillions: 06 – 20 – 24 – 25 – 50 Lucky Stars 09 – 10
Millionaire Raffle: VMT980499
EuroMillions Plus: 13 – 14 – 29 – 32 – 43
Tonight’s EuroMillions Lottery results could be making one or more lucky players up to £42 million richer. This is because tonight’s draw features a four-time rollover jackpot! As I’m sure you can imagine, tickets sales for tonight’s EuroMillions draw have been brisk, with jackpot fever gripping Europe. So, without further ado, it’s time to find out if you were lucky tonight.
The balls have just been selected from EuroMillions HQ in Paris so it’s time for the lucky numbers. The EuroMillions results results for Tuesday 14th May 2013 are as follows:
EuroMillions: 07 – 08 – 24 – 27 – 36 Lucky Stars 05 – 11
Millionaire Raffle: CPP279735
EuroMillions Plus: 06 – 13 – 22 – 30 – 32
Time is running out and the clock is ticking for one EuroMillions winner who scooped a £1 million Millionaire Raffle prize almost six months ago. This lucky player purchased a EuroMillions ticket in the Taunton Dean borough of the UK for the 20th November draw. The ticket did not win a prize in the main draw, but did match the Millionaire Raffle number, so it’s worth £1 million!
However, despite 173 days passing since the draw, this winner still hasn’t come forward and if they don’t do so by Sunday, the prize and any interest it has accrued will be added to the Fund for Good Causes.
Last night, players were going wild for the £36 million EuroMillions jackpot, yet despite bumper ticket sales across all the EuroMillions countries, no one won the jackpot. What was unusual in last night’s draw, is that there was no jackpot winner, but also no second prize winners either, so the biggest winners were Match 5 players, one from the UK who collected almost £250,000!
The unusual lack of winners in the top two prize tiers meant that the Match 5 prize was pretty much the biggest it’s ever been, creating a nice surprise for winners.
This week’s Friday night EuroMillions Lottery had a monster £32 million rollover jackpot up for grabs, following three fruitless draws for all of you jackpot hunters out there.
A fortnight ago was the last time that the EuroMillions jackpot was won, when a solitary ticket holder from Portugal scooped the entire £27 million (€32 million) rollover jackpot. But tonight is a different night, so let’s see if any players from Portugal or beyond managed to win the rollover jackpot.
The EuroMillions results results for Friday 10th May 2013 are as follows:
EuroMillions: 01 – 32 – 35 – 45 – 48 Lucky Stars 04 – 11
Millionaire Raffle: BPB881933
EuroMillions Plus: 07 – 19 – 24 – 33 – 44
Roll up, roll up. It’s EuroMillions results time and, more importantly it’s double rollover time! The last two EuroMillions Lottery draws have been rollovers, which meant that tonight’s draw had a whopping £27 million double rollover jackpot to play for but was it won or will we be looking at an even bigger jackpot by the time Friday night’s draw takes place?
Dig out your tickets and get ready to start checking of those lucky winning numbers. The EuroMillions results results for Tuesday 7th May 2013 are as follows:
EuroMillions: 13 – 27 – 28 – 42 – 43 Lucky Stars 04 – 06
Millionaire Raffle: ZNZ330955
EuroMillions Plus: 05 – 07 – 15 – 25 – 49
Scottish independence, or the possibility of it at least is a hot topic in the UK right now, and the issues go much deeper than the layman can possibly imagine. The job of separating two countries is huge, and even the National Lottery and the funding that is provided from it comes as an issue.
An independent Scotland could mean a new currency for the country, but it’s not known how the separation could affect lottery funding and Good Causes. The country benefits millions every year, but would this still happen if Scotland severed its ties completely with the South?
The UK Lotto midweek jackpot isn’t expected to be much more than £2 million, which is certainly life-changing, but compared to the Tuesday EuroMillions double rollover is just small change. No one has won the EuroMillions jackpot for the last two draws and that means that on Tuesday evening players will have a massive £27 million to play for.
On Friday night, players were competing for a massive £21 million, but no one matched all seven numbers in the draw. There were some big winners, but no jackpot winners and that’s why we have this big rollover on Tuesday.