EuroJackpot’s top prize has now rolled over an amazing eleven times since a lucky German ticket holder scooped €19.3 million (£15.4 million) back in June and now stands at a highest-ever total of €60 million. EuroMillions rolled over for the sixth time in a row on Tuesday night, making tonight’s jackpot a rather nice €65 million (£52 million).
Whereas EuroMillions players pick five main numbers from 1 to 50 and two Lucky Stars from 1 to 11, EuroJackpot players pick five main numbers from 1 to 50 and two Euro Numbers from 1 to 8. With both drawing five main balls and two supplementary numbers, the odds of winning any prize are remarkably similar. You have a 1 in 13 chance of winning any EuroMillions prize and a 1 in 12 shot at picking up a EuroJackpot prize of some kind - those are pretty good odds!
Both draws will happen within an hour of each other this evening, there are two gigantic jackpots on offer and the odds of winning cash are very similar; this is the sort of day that lottery players dream of! Players will be putting a lot of consideration into deciding which lottery to play today, so for more information on both games visit Euro-Millions.com and Euro-Jackpot.net. If that helps you make up your mind about where your hard-earned cash is going tonight, let us know which one you’ll be playing and why on our Facebook page or via Twitter. Perhaps you will be covering all bases and playing both - with jackpots of such magnitude, it seems like it’s too good an opportunity to miss!
Tickets for both lotteries are on sale now either online or from authorised retailers. Good luck and enjoy an exciting and hopefully successful night!