We spotlighted the EuroMillions game yesterday, so regular readers will be well aware that the jackpot for Tuesday night is expected to be worth around £47 million (€57 million). The second biggest eight-figure jackpot game this evening is Mega Millions, and the advertised value of the top prize there is $48 million. The Mega Millions jackpot has rolled over in four consecutive draws since the previous win on Friday 4th April, so maybe someone will be able to get lucky at the fifth time of asking tonight.
Tuesday lottery players also have an eight figure sum to play for in the SuperEnalotto game this evening, where the jackpot is expected to be worth around €15 million. Although this game currently has the smallest jackpot of the three mentioned thus far, it is the most challenging for those hoping to win it, so anyone who plays the odds will have a better chance in the EuroMillions or Mega Millions games.
The Wednesday night action is dominated by the Powerball game, which will give players the chance to win the rather colossal sum of $150 million. The odds of winning that prize are slim, at around 1 in 175 million, but participants are in the fortunate position of being able to win a guaranteed prize of $1 million by matching five main numbers only, so finishing in second place will be a life-changing experience even if the jackpot proves elusive. More information about Powerball can be found by visiting Lottery.net.
Other jackpots to play for on Wednesday evening include an estimated £6.7 million in the UK Lotto game and around €3.5 million in the Irish Lotto. Both of these jackpots rolled over in the most recent draws, so players will be keen to stop them rolling again in the midweek games. Of course, the good news if they do roll over again is that the jackpots in the lottery games this weekend will be even bigger, but that's a possible point of discussion for later. In the meantime, good luck to everyone who will be playing any of the games mentioned and watch this space for the latest news as and when it breaks!
Written by Lottie McDonald