It was a relatively quiet midweek but Wednesday did see one ticket win a €1m Lotto 6 aus 45 jackpot. The Mega Millions top prize keeps climbing and it’s $283m on Friday.
The SuperEnalotto on Tuesday had a jackpot of €9.2m but didn’t produce a winner of the top prize. The elusive numbers were; 28-33-38-41-66-72 and the Jolly 31. On Thursday the jackpot rises to €10.1m.
There was a £39.09m top prize in Tuesday’s EuroMillions draw but it ended in a rollover. No tickets were able to match 01-12-15-29-48 and the two Lucky Stars 03 and 05. That’s the third successive draw 15 has been a main number. Tickets sold in France, Portugal and Austria won the second-tier prize of €257,596. On Friday the top prize is £49m. Hopefully we’ll get more big winners like Lesley White from England who won £1m playing EuroMillions.
In the USA, the Mega Millions draw on Tuesday evening had a massive $256m but will be $283m on Friday after tickets failed to match 13-35-45-49-68 and the Mega Ball 23. No tickets won the runners-up prize not being as lucky as Manuel Perez III from Michigan, USA, who won a $1m Mega Millions prize.
Wednesday’s UK Lotto draw had a £6.147m top prize but tickets just couldn’t match 08-13-22-46-52-58 and the Bonus Ball 07. The rollover means that on Saturday players will be chasing a £9m jackpot hoping to become millionaires just like the Banfield family from England who celebrated a £18m UK Lotto jackpot.
The Powerball jackpot was $70m on Wednesday but the draw ended in a rollover. Tickets couldn’t get 04-07-15-41-44 and the Powerball 10. There were no tickets able to match the five main balls unlike Linda Thomas from North Carolina, USA, who won $1m playing Powerball. On Saturday, players will be trying to win a $80m jackpot.
There was a jackpot winner in the Lotto 6 aus 45 draw with one ticket winning the €1m top prize. The Joker draw also saw its top prize won on Wednesday with a single ticket winning €890.355,70.
The Lotto 6 aus 49 draw didn’t produce a jackpot winner on Wednesday. However, one lucky ticket holder won a second-tier prize of €715.468,20.
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 €56m. 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 so it’s well worth trying your luck.
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