Friday September 21 saw a EuroMillions Superdraw but even a special cocktail in Peterborough, England, couldn’t help produce a jackpot win. That means that on Tuesday the EuroMillions jackpot rises to a massive £123m.
The numbers drawn in Friday’s EuroMillions draw were 05-07-21-25-37 and the two Lucky Stars 03 and 04. That was the third successive draw in which 04 has been one of the Lucky Stars Tickets couldn’t match all those numbers but seven tickets managed to get the five main numbers and one of the lucky stars to win €297,831 and we know three were sold in Spain and three more in France.
Not a lucky EuroMillions Superdraw for UK players but perhaps Tuesday’s draw will produce a big winner following in the footsteps of the £121m EuroMillions jackpot winner in April, soon after the last EuroMillions Superdraw.
The lack of luck in England meant that there were no celebratory drinks of a special EuroMillions champagne cocktail that was on sale at the Lightbox bar in Peterborough. It was a one-night-only offer but who knows it might make its return for Tuesday’s £123m EuroMillions draw.
The area has had some recent success with Charlotte and Daniel Peart winning a £1m EuroMillions prize. The special EuroMillions Champagne cocktail included Champagne, gin, tangy lime and the freshest mint with added sparkle and just the right degree of gold.
Owner of The Lightbox, Eve Warner, said: “It was great to hear that a local couple had won £1M a few weeks ago, just imagine if someone local won £115M! Just think how life-changing it would be – and at the same time how many people you could help if you won this amazing sum of money. “
Well unfortunately, the EuroMillions Superdraw didn’t produce a big jackpot winner unlike Fred and Lesley Higgins from Aberdeenshire in Scotland who won £57.9m playing EuroMillions in July of this year.
There’s still Tuesday to come though and UK players will be hoping that they can get a sixth EuroMillions jackpot in the last 12 months. If a player from the UK is lucky enough to win the jackpot on Tuesday, it’d the third-highest UK win. The largest win was the £161m won by Chris and Colin Weir from Scotland. Second goes to Adrian and Gillian Bayford who won a £148m EuroMillions top prize and have been in the headlines ever since.
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