Spain Celebrates EuroMillions Jackpot Win

Spain is the latest nation to celebrate a EuroMillions jackpot win after one player matched all seven of the numbers drawn in the game on Friday 7th February. The jackpot was worth €25,315,477 / £21,037,161, and it gave Spain its second jackpot win of the year, exactly one week after France had achieved the same feat. With the two nations now having shared all of the jackpot wins of 2014 thus far – and in equal quantity – players from the other participating countries will be keener than ever to try and get off the mark.

Spain Celebrates EuroMillions Jackpot Win

Although France and Spain have dominated the jackpot-winning headlines since the start of 2014, it is worth remembering that we are only just over six weeks into the year, which means that we still have around 88% of the year left. That is ample time for all of the participating nations to win several times over and maybe even leave the current leaders standing, but whether or not that possibility will translate into reality is something that players will just need to wait and see.

The next EuroMillions game this Tuesday will obviously have a brand new jackpot of €15 million, and whilst that baseline prize won’t attract as much attention from casual players as the larger rollover jackpots that have been available of late, it will still appeal to regular participants, and for good reason. Winning €15 million (which equates to around £12 million for players in the UK) would instantly make the successful player as rich as many professional footballers, actors and musicians, so it isn’t the kind of sum to be taken for granted.

The most overdue main numbers as we approach the next EuroMillions game are (according to our friends at 39, 09, 30, 14 and 40, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 07 and 03. We look forward to seeing if any of those numbers help someone to win the jackpot this Tuesday and maybe even help to put another country on the map of winners for 2014. In the meantime, well done to Spain for drawing level with France!

Written by Lottie McDonald

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