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€90M EUROJACKPOT PRIZE UP FOR GRABS THIS FRIDAY

There are some massive jackpots to be won in lotteries across Europe but at present the largest is in the EuroJackpot draw. It’s reached the cap of €90m and players will be hoping that they can win the big prize in the next draw due to be held on Friday 8 June.

It’s not just the top prize in the EuroJackpot draw that is attracting players to the draw. Ever since the jackpot reached its maximum €90m, that means the money that would be going to increasing the top prize has been going down to the second-tier level and winning that is also going to make you a lottery millionaire thanks to the EuroJackpot draw.

That’s a fact that was backed up by the most recent EuroJackpot draw that was held on Friday 1 June. To win the EuroJackpot top prize, players have to match all seven of the numbers that are drawn out. On Friday those were 14-19-21-30-32 and the two EuroNumbers 04 and 07.

Players found it impossible to match those numbers and the draw ended in a rollover meaning the jackpot remains at €90m for the next draw. Three tickets won the second-tier prize and that was a fantastic €7,318,844.80 each. The runners-up prize will be larger this week so even if you don’t manage to get the jackpot, you could still win a massive prize.

The draw has been producing larger wins since 2014 when EuroJackpot rule changes were made and more countries started playing the lottery. That led to a record win in May 2015 when a ticket sold in the Czech Republic landed the €90m EuroJackpot prize.

Last year was a hugely successful one for players with the EuroJackpot draw producing a record 11 jackpot wins and five of those came right at the start of the year when they shared the €90m EuroJackpot top prize in the very first draw of the year. The success continued throughout the year and in July when there was a fantastic weekend when five major jackpots were won, that all started with a €46,505,018 EuroJackpot win by a ticket sold in Finland.

There have been three jackpot wins this year including another Finnish success when a ticket sold in that lucky nation won a €90m EuroJackpot windfall in the 9 February draw.

Hopefully this Friday will see more lottery millionaires created and a winner of the €90m top prize… play online with us at Lottery24.com.