EuroMillions rolls over for a 5th timeWednesday November 4th 2009
Lottery players all over the world tend to get extremely excited when a lottery in which they participate rolls over. As the EuroMillions rolls over for a 5th time in a row, a ticket buying frenzy will be inevitable as the £90 million jackpot drawing on Friday draws closer.
Although this is by no means the highest jackpot prize the EuroMillions has risen to since it’s launch in February 2004, it is certainly high enough to create a massive increase in lottery ticket sales. With the Christmas period just around the corner, it would not be unreasonable to suggest that this, may also contribute to such a rise as people play in a bid to make all their dreams come true this Christmas.
Of course, from 7th November, the National Lottery will also introduce a 50p increase to EuroMillions lottery ticket as the new Millionaire Raffle game makes its debut. If the EuroMillions were to roll over for a 6th time after the next drawing on 6th November, this along with the new estimated EuroMillions lottery jackpot could see the National Lottery create a ticket sales record as people rush to buy lottery tickets in their bid to become the UK’s 1st Millionaire Raffle winner along with the tempting multi-rollover EuroMillions jackpot.
Many avid lottery players will be holding their breath for the drawing this Friday as they await the results, in the hope that the new price increase for the following weeks draw will provide much more to play the lottery for.