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Will It be a Syndicate that Wins the EuroMillions Superdraw?
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Will It be a Syndicate that Wins the EuroMillions Superdraw?

Tonight sees a EuroMillions Superdraw take place with a €130 million (£113 million) jackpot. Previous years have seen syndicates land the top prize, making its members multi-millionaires. Why not join one of the syndicates available at Lottery24?

Joining a syndicate can increase your chances of success. More tickets are purchased but the personal cost of doing so remains manageable.

Family celebrations

It was three years ago that a family syndicate from The Naul in North Co Dublin won a €175.4 million jackpot.  They said that the win was “a dream” and the EuroMillions windfall would be shared with their children, grandchildren and extended family.” Would that win have come about if they hadn’t formed a syndicate?

Discovering the win came after one of the syndicate members saw the last three numbers drawn. Knowing that they were all on one of their tickets, she went online and was shocked to find they had matched the five main numbers and both the Lucky Stars. “I was numb! It took a bit of convincing everybody that we had won.”

Keeping a winning ticket is always important. This one was kept in an Argos catalogue and then hid under a mattress.

Syndicates can consist of just a few members or in high numbers. 2018 saw a syndicate of 80 members share a €74 million jackpot. They came from San Luis de Sabinillas and Manilva in Spain. It would have been an even higher win but another ticket sold in the UK also won the top prize in that draw.

Just this week a Dublin syndicate won a €193,667 EuroMillions prize. They had only been playing as a syndicate for seven months. One of the members can’t wait to revamp the bathroom in their house.

Jackpot for Bus driver syndicate

Another UK syndicate had won a £28 million EuroMillions jackpot in 2012. This was a 12-strong syndicate of bus drivers from Corby in Northamptonshire, England. Many of them decided that their bus driving days were over, though some did return to their jobs years later.