The EuroMillions jackpot on Tuesday, July 12th, did not have a winner, which means that there is another chance for lottery players to scoop up the biggest prize in the history of the draw.
Jackpot rolls over
The next EuroMillions draw is scheduled for Friday, July 15th and the £191 million prize will now rollover to that draw. Since the jackpot has reached its cap, it means that any prize money that would have been used to boost the jackpot will now be added to the other prize winning tiers in the draw.
This means that every lottery player will have a chance of winning a bigger prize than usual and such an opportunity can be hard to resist. No player in any of the various countries where the EuroMillions lottery is played was able to match all seven of the numbers in Tuesday night’s draw. Had they done so, they would have instantly become richer than Adele, who has a net worth of £150 million.
The winning numbers for Tuesday night’s EuroMillions draw were 14, 18, 24, 25, 50 and 06 and 11 were the Lucky Star numbers. The National Lottery’s senior winners’ adviser, Andy Carter said that the jackpot on Friday will be massive, so it will be a big day for lottery players.
He added that they hoped to celebrate the biggest ever EuroMillions winner and urged people to get their tickets early in order to get a chance to win such a massive prize.
Previous biggest prize
This prize is also higher than the previous biggest prize of the EuroMillions draw that was also claimed this year and was worth £184 million. Less than two months ago, a lucky couple named Joe and Jess Thwaite had managed to scoop up the jackpot and become the biggest winners in the EuroMillions lottery from Gloucestershire. But, Friday’s prize is even bigger and gives someone else the opportunity to win it.