EuroMillions Jackpot Keeps On Rolling Over

Wednesday June 6th 2012

The EuroMillions jackpot keeps on rolling over as last night there were no players in this pan-European lottery that managed to match the numbers drawn to win the top prize on offer. This means that now the EuroMillions jackpot available to win in Friday’s draw is estimated at an impressive £126/€156 million which is the highest is has been for some months – so the question is, will any ticket holders strike lucky in Friday's draw and win this very high EuroMillions jackpot or will it remain elusive and rollover for the 12th time in a row?

As the EuroMillions jackpot has been rolling over for some time it will be interesting to see if it rollovers again whether it will hit the EuroMillions jackpot cap. Although the EuroMillions jackpot can rollover as many times as it likes when it reaches €190 million (which is the jackpot cap) it can’t rollover anymore. The rules of this lottery state that it can be at €190 million for two draws and if by the end of the second draw there are still no top prize winners then the jackpot will roll down and be split amongst players in the next winning prize tier.

It isn’t often that the EuroMillions jackpot surpasses the €100 million mark, therefore players in this lottery will be getting excited for Friday’s draw - so if you fancy matching the EuroMillions results to win this impressive jackpot on offer make sure you have your tickets ready.

If you can’t wait till Friday then turn your attention to the Powerball tonight as the jackpot on offer to win is estimated at $177 million after 11 rollovers. To win the Powerball jackpot you have to match five numbers along with the Powerball drawn, so make sure you have your tickets ready because you never know, luck could be on your side.

Written by Katelin Thompson

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