The EuroMillions jackpot for the upcoming draw on Friday 27th April currently stands at £14 million, reset after a UK-based ticket holder claimed the £121.3 million jackpot on Tuesday 24th April. The unidentified winner, who became the UK’s third-biggest ever lottery winner, has reportedly already contacted National Lottery officials to claim their prize. Looking ahead to Friday’s draw, the most overdue main EuroMillions numbers are 42, 38, 36 and 22, so why not join a syndicate to be in with a chance of becoming the lottery’s second jackpot winner in a row.
The Powerball jackpot has been steadily increasing over the past month or so, rolling over nine times to reach the $177 million figure up for grabs on Saturday 28th April. The jackpot was last won on Saturday 24th March, when a Louisiana-based ticket holder claimed $55.9 million after matching all five main numbers plus the Powerball. They became the southern state’s 17th jackpot winner since Louisiana joined the multi-state game in 1995, and players across all 44 participating states will be hoping to follow in their footsteps by landing Saturday’s nine-figure jackpot.
There’s an estimated $111 million jackpot to be won in the next Mega Millions draw on Friday 27th April, worth a $65 million cash lump sum. Richard Wahl from Vernon, New Jersey, was the lottery’s most recent jackpot winner on Friday 30th March, taking home a staggering $553 million. Wahl, who purchased his winning ticket at Riverdale Lukoil on Route 23 South, is the The Garden State’s biggest ever jackpot winner and the recipient of the fourth-largest jackpot in Mega Millions history. Landing the latest jackpot would allow you to splash out on holiday homes, expensive yachts and remote islands on the continent.
How would you feel if you woke up with an extra £13.2 million in your bank account? That’s the estimated figure you could win in the UK Lotto draw on Saturday 28th April. Whilst the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 45,057,474, the overall odds of winning any Lotto prize are 1 in 9.3, so it could be a great opportunity for players to win in one of the six prize tiers. The jackpot has rolled over for the previous five draws, ever since the multi-million prize worth £9.5 million was scooped on Saturday 7th April. The jackpot has been won six times this year, and you could become 2018’s seventh Lotto jackpot winner this weekend.
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