EuroMillions Excitement Escalates

Lottery players are getting increasingly excited about the £92 million (€112 million) jackpot that will be up for grabs in tonight's EuroMillions game. The jackpot has only reached these heights because it rolled over in the £82 million (€100 million) Superdraw game last Friday, but how it got here isn't quite as important as where it will go next. Will it roll over again to give us an even bigger game to enjoy at the end of this week, or will someone succeed in matching all seven of the numbers that will be drawn this evening?

EuroMillions Excitement Escalates

As usual, the answer to that question will only come after the draw has taken place. Those who intend to participate in the game but who have not yet purchased tickets are being advised to secure their entries online as soon as possible in order to avoid the last-minute rush. Players who intend to buy exactly the same number of tickets as usual may want to enter several draws in advance so that they are also in with a chance of winning Friday's jackpot, regardless of what happens in tonight's game.

Anyone who likes to look to EuroMillions Statistics for inspiration when selecting their numbers will want to bear in mind that the most overdue main numbers right now are 09, 14, 07, 50 and 24, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 03 and 11. Players who prefer following 'Hot numbers' that are picked most often should focus on the main numbers 50, 04, 19, 38 and 44, as well as the Lucky Star numbers 05 and 02.

Regular readers who keep abreast of lottery games around the world will be quite accustomed to seeing large jackpot figures, and that makes it easy to take huge sums for granted. Although it is true that the £92 million (€112 million) offered by EuroMillions doesn't sound as impressive as the $309 million that will be on offer in the Mega Millions game, it is still an incredible amount of money. To put things into perspective, the 2013 Sunday Times Rich List identified One Direction as being Britain's richest boy band, with a collective fortune worth £25 million. That means any player who wins tonight's £92 million (€112 million) EuroMillions jackpot outright will be almost four times as wealthy – and they won't have to sing a single note!

We look forward to bringing you all of the latest EuroMillions news tomorrow. In the meantime, good luck to those of you who will be taking part and remember to drop us a line if you win big!

Written by Lottie McDonald

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Article Last Modified: Thursday, 22 October 2015 11:47:59+00:00
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