06 – 12 – 21 – 40 – 49 Euro Numbers: 08 and 10
There was a brand new jackpot of €10 million on offer in the Friday night EuroJackpot game, and players were hoping to see the top prize being landed for the second draw in a row. That didn’t happen, but one player won €1,147,821 by matching all five of the main numbers and one of the Euro numbers, and another two tickets matched the five main numbers only to win €202,556 each. There were 17 tickets that won a fourth tier prize of €7,943 each by matching four main numbers and both Euro numbers, and over 419,000 tickets won smaller prizes. The next jackpot on Friday 8th April will be worth an estimated €14 million.
02 – 16 – 23 – 25 – 49 Lucky Stars: 06 and 09
No player won the £31.9 million (€39.8 million) jackpot that was up for grabs in the EuroMillions game on Friday night, but five players were able to take down a consolation prize worth €289,093 each by matching the five main numbers plus one of the Lucky Stars. A trio of tickets matched the five main numbers only to win €160,607 each, and there were 62 winning tickets at the fourth tier, each of which won £2,741 (€3,886 ) by matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. More than 2.36 million prizes were won in total, and there will now be a jackpot of around £37 million (around €46 million) for players to pursue in the next draw on Tuesday 5th April.
25 – 28 – 33 – 41 – 69 Mega Ball: 06
The top prize awaiting any player who could match all five main numbers plus the Mega Ball number in Friday’s Mega Millions game was worth $50 million, but no player achieved that feat and so the jackpot rolled over once again. The good news is that a single ticket won its owner a second tier prize of $1 million by matching the five main numbers only, and another 27 tickets matched four main numbers as well as the Mega Ball to win $5,000 each. Over 1.01 million entries matched fewer numbers to win lesser sums, and the next Mega Millions game on Tuesday will now offer a jackpot worth an estimated $57 million.
09 – 28 – 30 – 40 – 61 Powerball: 03
The Powerball jackpot on Saturday night was worth $133.2 million, and it will be even bigger next time thanks to no player being able to match all five main numbers plus the Powerball itself. A single ticket won a second tier prize of $1 million by matching all five main numbers, and there were 17 third tier winners of $50,000 each for matching four main numbers plus the Powerball. There were over 561,000 prizes won by standard entries, and more than 140,000 Power Play entries also won prizes. There will now be a jackpot of around $148 million for players to chase in the next draw on Wednesday 6th April.
07 – 14 – 20 – 33 – 47 – 55 Bonus Ball: 15
The UK Lotto game is currently on an extended sequence of consecutive rollovers, and that pattern didn’t change on Saturday, because no player succeeded in landing the £33 million jackpot that was up for grabs. On a brighter note, two tickets matched five of the main numbers plus the Bonus Ball number to win a second tier prize worth £50,322 each, and another 92 tickets won £1,151 each by matching five main numbers only. More than 1.63 million tickets won smaller prizes, and one UK player won £1 million by matching the Lotto Millionaire Raffle number, which was PINK 8887 8221. The jackpot in the next game on Wednesday will now be worth around £34.8 million.