The 6 March Superdraw may still be a few weeks away, but EuroMillions is giving us plenty to get excited about right now. Both the 6 February and 10 February draws failed to produce a jackpot winner, which means we have a double rollover! The 13 February draw is now set at €31 million (AUD$46 million).
So Nice, We Did It Twice
Our winning streak has been replaced with a double rollover! The winning numbers on 6 February (10, 26, 30, 39, 50 with Lucky Stars 7 and 8) and 10 February (13, 17, 20, 30, 45 with Lucky Stars 9 and 10) both failed to produce any jackpot winners meaning that in one week the jackpot has jumped from €15 million (AUD$23 million) to €31 million (AUD$46 million). Buy your ticket now for tomorrow’s lucky Friday the 13th draw so you don’t miss out on the opportunity to help end the rollover streak!
While there were no jackpot winners, several people’s lives were changed last week through their EuroMillions picks. Three ticket holders matched 5 main numbers and 1 Lucky Star on 6 February, netting them a prize of almost €470,000 each. One lucky winner matched 5 main numbers and 1 Lucky Star on 10 February for a total sum nearing €998,000. The Millionaire Maker raffle code — which guarantees that two UK players become millionaires each week — was SLR194985 on 6 February and TLR790082 on 10 February.
EuroJackpot Sees Massive Rollover Streak Continue
EuroJackpot, the other Pan-European lottery, hasn’t seen a jackpot winner come out of their draws since 26 December. That means a whopping 6 draws in a row have ended in rollovers, making the 13 February jackpot a staggering €40 million (AUD$59 million). Will Friday the 13th finally break the seemingly endless rollover streak of both EuroMillions and EuroJackpot?