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Euro Millions Jackpot is Up for Grabs for £107m this week

What is Euro Millions?

EuroMillions is a lottery game that is played in nine European countries.

On evening of the every Tuesday and Friday draws are held. The minimum guaranteed jackpot is €17 million, which can roll over up to an impressive €230 million.

The jackpot is won by matching 5 main numbers and 2 Lucky Stars with no other balls. There are nine tiers of prizes ranging from 1 star prize to 5 main number prizes. Any of these prizes can be won by matching two, three, or four main numbers and one Lucky Star or by matching two, three, four or five Lucky Stars.

Moreover, if a player matches five main numbers and both lucky stars an additional bonus prize is added to their winnings. This bonus prize ranges from €0.50 to €1 million depending on the current level of sales for the draw in question.

As well as the main prizes there are also 10 randomly-awarded Star Prize draws available each week for players who match either two, three, four, or five main numbers plus both lucky stars.

The top prize for this draw is also €1 million. The Jackpot entry fee is €3.00 per line (5 main numbers + 2 lucky stars). Players can play up to 10 lines per draw with each line costing €3.

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With a massive £107million up for grabs this Friday, February 4, everyone must need to play. A player matching all numbers will be selected between the lucky runners up. This means that the prize will go to one of Britain’s biggest lottery winners ever. If you’re quick off the mark and manage to match all six numbers, you could be partying this weekend.

Whatever you do, don’t forget to buy a ticket if you haven’t already. If there isn’t a winner then the next rollover will be in six weeks’ time.

How to Play Euromillions

To play EuroMillions, pick five numbers between one and 50 and two Lucky Stars between one and 12. You can pick your own numbers, or you can let us pick them for you by opting for the Lucky Dip option.

However, you can only play one line of numbers, so you have to decide whether to go for your birth date or the birthday of a loved one, or choose your lucky numbers. Most importantly now check your ticket and see if you’ve won!

The ticket costs £2.50 for every play.

Draws will be held On Tuesday and Friday at 8.45PM. So you must purchase your ticket by 7.30PM on the day to be in with a chance of winning!

How to Play the National Lottery?

Moreover, to play the national lottery, pick six numbers between one and 59. You can manually select your numbers each time you play or opt for a Lucky Dip so that your numbers are chosen randomly for you. Therefore, for every match of your six numbers to the winning numbers, you win a prize!

The price for every entry is £2.

The draws takes place on two days ie. Wednesday’s at 8pm and Saturday’s at 7.45pm.

Source: Daily Record

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