by Renee Israel
Will Friday the 13th be your lucky day? Tonight's EuroMillions lottery
jackpot carries a staggering £59 million and you still have time to rush off and
purchase tickets to the grand draw.
With so much funds in the kitty, EuroMillions is currently the largest
lottery jackpot in the world. The giant-sized £59 million EuroMillions
jackpot is due to the fact that there have been several rollovers of the
jackpot as it has gone unwon for a number of weeks.
For a chance to win Europe's biggest rollover jackpot lottery, players simply
need to select five numbers from 1 to 50 and two Lucky Stars from 1 to 11.
The Friday 13th EuroMillions draw also includes the UK Millionaire Raffle
which sees two lucky players from the UK become millionaires every single week.
Each time UK players purchase a line of EuroMillions numbers, they'll be
issued with a unique UK Millionaire Raffle selection. This is displayed on the
ticket and is automatically entered into the UK Millionaire Raffle draw.
100 UK Millionaires Overnight
To keep UK EuroMillions players well-rewarded and inspired to play week after
week, the lottery is running a special UK Millionaires night on Friday, July
In one night, an incredible ONE HUNDRED UK millionaires will be created,
To be part of this once-in-a-lifetime draw, players should diarise this date
as one to purchase EuroMillions tickets. For every line purchased, players
receive automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Raffle.
So as to be sure not to miss out on this incredible opportunity, players can
play EuroMillions up to four weeks in advance. When purchasing their ticket,
they simply select the 'Number of Weeks' on the play slip in order to include
the July 27th draw.
EuroMillions can be played online, through a mobile device or in a store.
After the July 27th draw, UK gamblers should come back and check their
results to find out if they are one of the 100 new UK millionaires.
EuroMillions Winners Continue to Give
In other EuroMillions related news, the winners of the largest ever
EuroMillions jackpot, Chris and Colin Weir, celebrated the one-year anniversary
of their giant windfall and promised to continue donating to their favourite
The couple from North Ayrshire, who won £161 million last July, have already
given large donations to a number of causes, including a cool million to the
SNP's independence campaign.
They also helped raise funds to send talented teens to sporting academies
abroad, and have donated funds to refurbish various sports facilities in their