Midweek Lottery Draws dominated by Rollovers
The midweek lottery draws were dominated by rollovers meaning there’ll be even larger jackpots in the next draws.
Rollover in EuroMillions Draw
Tuesday’s EuroMillions draw had a £22.25m top prize but ended in a rollover. Tickets were unable to match 03-15-29-35-47 and the two Lucky Stars 03 and 04. There were two winners of the runners-up prize. One of the lucky tickets was sold in the UK winning £270,919 with the other purchased in Portugal winning its owner €405,947.39.
There was a £5.1m UK Lotto jackpot on the line in Wednesday’s draw. The numbers drawn were 19-20-22-31-51-54 and the Bonus Ball was 16 but there were no winners in the top two tiers.
€112m SuperEnalotto Top Prize This Evening
The largest European jackpot in the midweek lottery draws was in the SuperEnalotto draw. There was a €110.9m top prize but again it ended in a rollover. The elusive numbers were 13-25-27-52-66-75 and the Jolly 16. Tonight’s draw has a €112m jackpot.
American Lotteries Rollover Again
There were two massive midweek jackpots in the two main American draws. Tuesday’s Mega Millions draw had a $245m top prize but didn’t produce a jackpot winner. The unmatchable numbers were 10-12-14-24-60 and the Mega Ball 20. Tickets sold in California, Pennsylvania and New York all won the second-tier prize of $1m.
On Wednesday, the Powerball jackpot was up to a massive $322m but again the top prize wasn’t won. Tickets just couldn’t match 21-31-42-49-59 and the Powerball 23. A ticket sold in the state of Georgia was lucky enough to match the five main balls to win $1m.
Bonoloto Jackpot Won
There was some success in the midweek lottery draws. The Bonoloto jackpot was won in Tuesday’s draw. One lucky ticket matched all the numbers to win a fantastic €942,378.33.
Wednesday’s Super 6 draw produced one winner of the €100,000 top prize. More success followed in the Joker draw with two tickets each winning €101,369.70. Don’t forget, there’s a La Primitiva draw this evening with the chance to win the top prize of €4.3m.