The EuroMillions prize has seen a triple rollover since last week and is worth £34 million tonight. The popular lottery has seen several rollovers since the beginning of 2012 and it remains to be seen if the jackpot will be won tonight or will roll over yet again.
There have been fourteen EuroMillions draws since the 1st of January this year and today will be the fifteenth draw and yet, to date there have only been three winners.
The first was on the 6th of January which was won by two tickets, one in Spain and the other in France. The winning amount was a massive £60 million and was followed by a win on 20th January by UK lottery players.
Gareth and Catherine Bull won £40 million and were followed by another UK couple who won £45 million on 7th February.
In the meanwhile, the jackpot cap rule for the lottery has changed and as of last Friday, the jackpot can only rollover till a maximum value of £160 million after which it will be capped. Two subsequent rollovers later the only prizes that will be affected will be from the second tier onwards.
According to EuroMillions Statistics the most overdue main numbers are 35, 32, 29, 18 and 37, and the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 03 and 09.
Tickets can be purchased at land based stores or online by creating an account with the UK National Lottery.
Tickets for the Euro Millions Lottery are priced at £2 for a line of numbers and this gives players a free entry into the Millionaire Raffle which guarantees a millionaire with every draw. Don’t forget to check lottery results online at Euro Millions Lottery.
Written by Joe Taylor for EuroMillion Lottery – your best source for lottery news