EuroMillions Results for Tuesday 17th March 2015
The EuroMillions jackpot has rolled over for the third time in a row last night, bumping the value of the top prize to £32 million (€45 million) for the game scheduled for this Friday. The last time the jackpot was won was on Friday 6th March, when a Portuguese ticket holder scooped the £72.1 million (€100 million) Superdraw windfall straight out of the gate.
Last night’s winning numbers were 11, 23, 26, 38 and 44 with Lucky Stars 1 and 8. Four ticket holders missed just one number, matching all five main numbers and one Lucky Star, to win £209,614 (€273,703) each. Another 17 participants are celebrating after snapping up £16,440 (€21,466) for matching the five main numbers drawn.
Other prizes distributed to lucky winners in the main game were worth between £2.90 (€3.80) for matching two main numbers and £3,583 (€4,678) for matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. A single UK ticket holder has just won £1 million on Millionaire Maker after matching the winning code of GQF136093. Visit the Results page Euro-Millions.com to learn more about last night’s draw.
If you think that winning an eight-figure windfall would be the perfect way to start your weekend, make sure that you buy EuroMillions tickets before sales stop at 7.30pm GMT (8.30pm CET) on Friday. You can snap up entries online by clicking on the banner to the right of this article, or you can visit an authorised EuroMillions retailer in your area to buy tickets in person. Have fun and good luck!
EuroMillions Superdraw Offers €100 Million on Friday
Excitement is building ahead of Friday’s EuroMillions Superdraw, when players will have the chance to grab a mighty €100 million, which works out at approximately £72.4 million depending on exchange rates. The EuroMillions jackpot had already built up to a grand total, with no player managing to scoop £59 million (€81 million) on Tuesday night, but it will be boosted even further by Friday’s guaranteed top prize.
Although no one matched all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars in the latest draw, a whopping 17 players matched five balls and one Lucky Star to bank £62,732 (€81,741), with other prizes in the main game ranging from £2.70 (€3.50) for matching two numbers up to £27,345 (€35,630) for matching five.
The winning numbers were 6, 8, 11, 13 and 21 with Lucky Stars 7 and 8 and you can find a full prize breakdown and the winning Millionaire Maker code, which is worth £1 million to one UK player, at the EuroMillions Results page of Euro-Millions.com.
Superdraws happen occasionally throughout the year and offer a fixed jackpot of €100 million, with the last such occurrence coming on Friday 3rd October 2014. The top prize then rolled over six times before a Portuguese player claimed €190 million (£149.7 million) on Friday 24th October. You can find out more about EuroMillions Superdraws at the dedicated page of Euro-Millions.com.
With this Friday’s colossal EuroMillions jackpot in your bank account, you could go wild and still have plenty of cash left to secure your future and that of your family and friends. If you’re sick of noisy people in the cinema, you could build your own screening room and enjoy the movies in peace. Support a lower division football team and think you could do a better job of running them? Buy the club and show the world how it is done – there would be so many opportunities!
You will need to buy your tickets first though and it is so simple to get them online – just click the link to the right or you can also purchase EuroMillions tickets from authorised retailers in any participating country. Good luck!
Lotto Jackpot Worth £2.1 Million for Wednesday 18th February
You could find yourself £2.1 million better off this evening thanks to tonight’s Lotto jackpot. There will also be a further 50 Lotto Raffle prizes worth £20,000 given away to players who match the code that is automatically generated when they buy a Lotto ticket with any of those drawn on the night in the supplementary game.
Saturday’s draw was lucky for one ticket holder who matched all six main numbers to claim a whopping £6.9 million rollover jackpot, with a further ten players also becoming instant millionaires after they matched the special Valentine’s Day codes to bag £1 million. You can find the winning numbers, Lotto Raffle codes and the special £1 million combinations along with a full prize breakdown at the Results page of Lottery.co.uk.
A £2.1 million windfall tonight would see you right for life. After the boring but necessary investments, you could move somewhere bigger, buy a car that doesn’t conk out every twenty miles and treat yourself to a few fancy nights out too. Just by playing Lotto, you would never have to worry about cash again!
If you fancy giving it a go and becoming one of 50 Lotto Raffle winners of £20,000 tonight, or even banking the seven figure jackpot, then you will have to buy some Lotto tickets. You can get hold of them from any authorised retailer in the UK or online now by clicking the link to the right! Good luck.
Three Ticket Holders Split Massive Powerball Jackpot
A mind-blowing Powerball jackpot worth $564.1 million has been won by three ticket holders from North Carolina, Puerto Rico and Texas. The top prize for one of America’s biggest lottery games had been rolling over since Saturday 29th November 2014, and when its value surpassed $450 million last Saturday, ticket sales exploded. The jackpot was re-valued at $485 million on Tuesday, $500 million during the day on Wednesday and finally hit $564.1 million on Wednesday evening.
According to Powerball officials, there were 125 million tickets purchased for the big game on the day of the draw alone, which enabled them to push the jackpot up to its final value. State lottery officials were telling a similar story, as ticket sales in some areas averaged out to thousands per minute. Players across the United States were grabbing entries, starting syndicates and dreaming big.
The prize is the third largest ever for Powerball and the fifth largest in U.S. lottery history. The Puerto Rican ticket holder is the first player outside of the continental U.S. to win a Powerball grand prize. All that is currently known about the winning ticket from Texas is that it was sold at the Appletree Food Mart in Princeton, Texas. Information about the winner from North Carolina is not currently available.
There were 5,971,080 prize winners created last night as lucky participants matched some – or all – of the winning line, which was 11, 13, 25, 39 and 54 with Powerball 19 and Power Play 3. The Match 5 prize tier saw an amazing 33 players win $1 million each, with another player in Pennsylvania clinching $2 million for matching five main numbers with Power Play. Visit the Powerball Results page of Lottery.net to learn more about this amazing draw.
As it stands, each of the three grand prize winners would receive $188 million before taxes if they choose annuity payments. If they receive their prize as a lump sum, they would receive approximately $127 million before taxes. No matter what, that’s more than enough to buy a mansion, a fleet of sports cars and a holiday home on some sunny Caribbean island!
Saturday’s Powerball jackpot will be worth $40 million, with a cash option of $27 million.
Lotto Jackpot Worth £5.5 Million for Wednesday 4th February 2015
Lotto players have a rollover jackpot of £5.5 million to play for tonight after Saturday’s draw ended in a rollover. Although the top prize remained intact, two players celebrated winning a very welcome £163,425 after matching five main numbers and the Bonus Ball. A further 50 players matched the winning Lotto Raffle codes to scoop £20,000 each.
Other prizes won on the night ranged from £25 for matching three main numbers up to £821 for matching five main numbers and you can find a full prize breakdown plus a list of the victorious Lotto Raffle codes at the Lottery Results page of Lottery.co.uk.
With £5.5 million in the bank, you could look after your family and friends with plenty left to enjoy and invest. You could move into your dream house, employ a cleaner and a gardener to do the hard work and trade in that old banger that you’ve been driving into the ground. The world would be your oyster!
As well as tonight’s healthy jackpot, Lotto is getting all lovey dovey soon by making ten millionaires on Valentine’s Day – a sight better than picking up someone’s chocolate and champagne bill for them! Everyone who buys a ticket for the draw on Saturday 14th February will be entered into the draw, with ten emerging as freshly minted millionaires.
In order to win any of the amazing prizes on offer over the next couple of weeks, you have to buy Lotto tickets, which are available now by clicking the link to the right or by visiting an authorised retailer across the UK. Make sure you buy them in plenty of time though, as sales close at 7:30pm on the night of a draw. Good luck!