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After weeks and weeks with no winners, the EuroJackpot’s top prize had climbed to the dizzy heights of €29 million by the time last night’s draw took place. If you bought EuroJackpot tickets for this week’s draw, here come the all-important seven numbers that could change your life forever!
The EuroJackpot results for Friday 22nd March 2013 are as follows:
05 – 12 – 21 – 43 – 48: Bonus Balls 05 – 06
It’s Friday night and our last lottery results of the night come from Helsinki. Tonight’s EuroJackpot results could be making one lucky ticket holder €21 million richer if the defy the odds and match all five main balls plus the two bonus balls. The jackpot really is gaining momentum but was it brought to an abrupt halt or did it rollover yet again?
The EuroJackpot results for Friday 8th March 2013 are as follows:
10 – 12 – 14 – 30 – 43: Bonus Balls 02 – 05
It’s time for the last lottery results of the night from Europe, with just the Mega Millions numbers to come in the small hours. The EuroJackpot is quickly gaining stature as a leading world lottery draw, with a €16 million rollover jackpot up for grabs tonight. But was it won or are we looking at an even bigger top prize for next week’s draw? More importantly, was it you? Are you now a multi-millionaire? Let’s see, shall we?
The EuroJackpot results for Friday 1st March 2013 are as follows:
19 – 28 – 29 – 34 – 44: Bonus Balls 01 – 05
Last night, Europe’s up and coming continental lottery draw – The EuroJackpot Lottery – had a €13 million double rollover jackpot to play for and, as usual players from across Europe bought tickets in their millions. If you were one of the players who visited a EuroJackpot terminal or bought online EuroJackpot tickets, we have those all-important numbers for you.
The EuroJackpot results for Friday 15th February are as follows:
04 – 09 – 26 – 32 – 40: Bonus Balls 03 – 05
Two weeks ago the EuroJackpot results came good for one lucky ticket holder from Finland, when they matched all five main lottery balls and the two bonus balls to win the huge, life-changing €29,540,642 rollover jackpot. So, last week’s jackpot was the €10 million starting value but, as nobody win the EuroJackpot last week, this week’s top prize has climbed to €11 million!
Each and every week the EuroJackpot becomes a more established and bigger lottery, with rising ticket sales and ever-increasing jackpots and, even though it has a long way to go before it’s rivalling the EuroMillions, the new kid on the European lottery block is certainly off to a health start, which is more than can be said for the UK’s Health Lottery!
Often the big European jackpots are the multi-national ones but this weekend it’s a small jackpot making all the headlines as Saturday’s SuperEnalotto rolls to a staggering €44 million! There have been two SuperEnalotto draws so far this week in Italy but both have failed to produce a jackpot winner creating this big rollover.
The SuperEnalotto results for the week so far are listed below, as is the big news for the week but the biggest news of course is the story that tonight’s SuperEnalotto jackpot in Italy has rolled and we have this huge €44 million jackpot for Saturday night.
Last Friday night players across Europe eagerly awaited the EuroJackpot results for the record €29,540,642 rollover draw and it was certainly worth the wait for one very, very lucky player from Finland who instantly became a multimillionaire as well as becoming the biggest single winner of any EuroJackpot prize.
As the jackpot was finally won last week, tonight’s EuroJackpot had a fresh €10 million bounty on its head for any lucky player who could match all lottery balls correctly but was it you? Did you defy the odds and beat all of your fellow EuroJackpot players from across Europe to the multi-million euro lottery jackpot?
On Friday night the record books were rewritten for the EuroJackpot Lottery and also for Finland. ‘Why Finland?’ I hear you say. Because the €29.5 million multi-rollover jackpot was finally won by a player from Seinäjoki, a city in South-West Finland, and then two days later a lucky online slots player, also from Finland, won the world’s biggest ever progressive jackpot as well. Not a bad day all round for the Fins.
News about the lucky EuroJackpot winner is still quite guarded but be assured that we will bring you details about the fortunate ticket holder and their multi-million euro haul of bounty. Until then, you can buy tickets for this Friday’s EuroJackpot draw, which has a €10 million starting value again, and maybe we’ll be writing about you by the start of next week!
The biggest jackpot the EuroJackpot has ever seen goes up for grabs this evening, a staggering, stupendous, rolled over €29 million. Just this week we heard the news that EuroJackpot tickets are to go on sale in even more countries, and that’s likely to be a huge boost for the lottery too. You can already buy tickets online around the world, and those sales are currently the highest they’ve ever been with this huge rollover jackpot!
The EuroJackpot results for Friday 25th January are 04 – 13 – 28 – 37 – 39: Bonus Balls 07 – 08.
The EuroJackpot is one of the newest lotteries around and, considering the competition that it faced from the long established EuroMillions Lottery, it has had a decent first year. The EuroJackpot’s first year is certainly a success story in comparison to the start of the Health Lottery’s playing days. Due to the success of the EuroJackpot, tickets will be sold in a further six European countries, raising the number of EuroJackpot selling countries to 14.
The new countries that have agreed to sell EuroJackpot Lottery tickets are; Iceland, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden and Norway, who will join Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Italy, the Netherlands and Slovenia, where the tickets are currently already being sold. Don’t forget that you can also buy EuroJackpot tickets online from anywhere in the world from leading online lottery concierge service The Lotter. The new countries will join the EuroJackpot on 1st February and we’re certain that ticket sales will be on the up from that point.