The last chunk of excitement in the lottery world – and a HUGE chunk it was! – cannot be accounted for by our favourite European slab of lottery pride, EuroMillions. But things are about to change! It is not US Powerball that is shaking up the world right now (although it’s current jackpot is shaping up nicely), it is our very own EuroMillion lottery that is turning heads as we speak! With a brilliant €131 million jackpot at stake in Friday’s draw (January 29), you’d almost be foolish not to purchase tickets to take a shot at winning the EuroMillions top prize – so click away and make sure you don’t miss this golden opportunity!
Wait – did I miss a EuroMillions Superdraw?
Nope – you didn’t. EuroMillions jackpots do not just pass the €100 million mark when a Superdraw comes along. It does happen that a jackpot rolls over from the €15 million ‘starting bid’ and reaches well into the 9 digit territory. And, ladies & gentlemen, we are currently in the middle of such a rollover series! The last jackpot, won on December 18 of last year, wasn’t shabby either with an impressive €83 million, but the current jackpot is off the chains! It stands at €131 million right now, and it could get a winner in the next draw, which will be held on Friday 29 January. Obviously the biggest European lottery jackpot so far this year, and we all hope it will be a sign of many great EuroMillions things to happen this year!
It’s Mega Friday in the UK
We mentioned it before and it’s safe to assume that we will do so in the future, too: the UK version of the EuroMillions lottery offers TAX-FREE prizes and an additional raffle – the UK Millionaire Maker raffle – that turns one player into a millionaire in every draw! Every last Friday of the month, the Britons really raise the bar when it comes to raffling off prizes: in this Mega Friday edition no less than seven players will win a €1 million! On top of that, those seven lucky winners will receive a luxury holiday to Dubai on top of their cash prize! If you like what you read just now, maybe you should consider buying EuroMillion & UK Millionaire Maker tickets instead of the regular EuroMillions tickets. Don’t forget: you’re playing for the same €131 million jackpot in both versions of this euro lottery!