The big win over the weekend came on Friday when two tickets shared the €61.8m EuroJackpot top prize. It was rollovers elsewhere and on Tuesday the Mega Millions jackpot is up to $167m.
The SuperEnalotto jackpot keeps on growing after rollovers on both Thursday and Saturday. The weekend draw had a top prize of €33m but tickets couldn’t match 01-04-19-23-55-68 and the Jolly 28. That means a top prize of €34m on Tuesday.
On Friday two tickets won the EuroJackpot top prize and each will receive €30,920,808.30. Their tickets successfully matched 03-06-09-18-24 and the two EuroNumbers 02 and 07, numbers ideal for those using birthdays and anniversaries for their selections. There were 23 runners-up, each taking home €96,645.80. Last year a ticket sold in Denmark won €23m in a EuroJackpot draw. On Friday the jackpot returns to €10m.
The EuroMillions jackpot was £32.71m on Friday but will be £41m on Tuesday after tickets just couldn’t match 04-30-31-38-42 and the two Lucky Stars 04 and 06. There were four second-tier winners, one in the UK won £162,428.30 and, on the continent, one sold in Spain and two in Belgium each won €36,535,987. Hopefully on Tuesday we’ll get some big winners like Scottish couple Fred and Lesley Higgins who recently won a £57.97m EuroMillions jackpot.
In the USA, Friday’s Mega Millions draw had a $152m jackpot but again ended in a rollover. The elusive numbers were 07-18-29-32-45 and the Mega Ball 17. One ticket in New York matched the five main balls to win $1m just like ‘Raven’s Millionaire’ from Maryland, USA, who had a $1m Mega Millions windfall. Tuesday’s jackpot will be a massive $167m.
Saturday’s UK Lotto draw had a top prize of £7.85m and the numbers drawn were 03-21-22-38-46-55 and the Bonus Ball 50. No tickets could match those numbers so the jackpot on Wednesday will be £9.2m. Perhaps Wednesday’s draw will produce another jackpot winner like Paul Long who landed a £9.3m UK Lotto top prize.
The Powerball jackpot was $90m but tickets just couldn’t match 11-54-55-61-66 and the Powerball 09. More luck for New York as a ticket in that state won a $1m second-tier prize. We recently told you of a Texan player who also won $1m playing Powerball. On Wednesday players will be chasing a $100m top prize.
Saturday’s Lotto 6 aus 49 draw produced four second-tier winners, each will receive €471,965. No jackpot winner though and on Wednesday the top prize will be €27m.
There was one winner of the €100,000 jackpot in Saturday’s Super 6 draw. There were no big winners in the La Primitiva draw held the same evening and that means there will be a €28m jackpot on Thursday.
Try your luck online this week at Lottery24.com.