After some big wins at the weekend, the midweek lottery draws failed to produce any big jackpot wins. That means on Friday thee will be a $232m Mega Millions jackpot on the line.
The SuperEnalotto on Tuesday had a jackpot of €6.6m after there was a €51.31m SuperEnalotto top prize won on Saturday. Tuesday’s numbers were: 02-06-37-39-51-86 and the Jolly 07 but no jackpot win this time and on Thursday the top prize will be €7.3m.
There was a £21.73m jackpot in Tuesday’s EuroMillions draw but no tickets could match 15-16-20-34-50 and the two Lucky Stars 04 and 07. On Friday, the jackpot will be £31m with players hoping to follow in the footsteps of Charley Horton from Kent, England who won £1m playing EuroMillions.
In the USA, the Mega Millions draw on Tuesday evening had a top prize of $212m but still no jackpot winner. The elusive numbers were: 17-25-29-39-60 and the Mega Ball 19. Two tickets sold in California and Maryland, USA, both matched the five main numbers to win £1m. It’s the latest big win in California after Jack Freney won a $191m Mega Millions jackpot. On Friday, the jackpot rises to $232m.
Wednesday’s UK Lotto draw had a £1,889 jackpot but tickets failed to match 04-41-45-54-57-58 and the Bonus Ball 26. On Saturday the top prize will be £5m with players hoping to win a jackpot just as English couple Graham and Amanda Nield did when scooping a £6.6m UK Lotto top prize.
The Powerball jackpot was $50m on Wednesday but the draw ended in a rollover. Tickets just couldn’t match 07-28-37-62-63 and the Powerball 15. No tickets were able to win the second-tier prize unlike Maureen and Bill Odas from New Jersey, USA, who won $1m playing Powerball. On Saturday, players will be trying to win a $60m jackpot.
Wednesday’s Super 6 draw produced two jackpot winners, both receiving €100,000. The Lotto 6 aus 49 draw ended in a rollover on Wednesday meaning there will be a top prize of €7.07m on Saturday. There have been a series of rollovers in the Bonoloto draw this week and on Thursday evening the jackpot is €1.8m.
Don’t forget there are two big European jackpots on the line in the next couple of days. On Thursday, the La Primitiva top prize is €54.5m. Then on Friday the EuroJackpot top prize remains at its maximum level of €90m. The last draw saw over €23m paid out in second-tier wins.
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