EuroMillions News Archives for January 2014
The biggest news from January 2014 is all here as the EuroMillions lottery continues to entertain and reward players with big jackpots, Superdraws and millions of prizes.
The luck of the Irish was shining on Tuesday night as one of the five second-tier winners is the country’s biggest winner for a while!
The way you need to claim your EuroMillions prize has changed if you buy tickets in Portugal.
Five rollovers have taken the EuroMillions jackpot to a heart-racing €60 million, but will we see a jackpot winner this week?
Spanish EuroMillions players have been the luckiest so far this year and the €50 million jackpot up for grabs tonight is bound to entice.
Eight of the 100 Millionaire Raffle prizes given away in July 2013 in the Superdraw have been unclaimed and have now expired.
Tonight’s EuroMillions jackpot has been boosted by three previous rollovers as the jackpot hasn’t been won since January 7.
Despite no one matching all five numbers and two Lucky Stars, Tuesday’s EuroMillions draw still handed out a couple of big prizes to players in Spain.
The latest in a long line of EuroMillions scams even includes past winners in the hope that people will pay a little to receive their winnings.
The first EuroMillions draw of 2014 was one of the biggest in recent months with two lucky players sharing the €130 million jackpot and nine players winning second tier prizes.
One EuroMillions win in a workplace might be considered rare but the SSI Steel plant in Redcar has seen its employees win a second tier EuroMillions prize and a Millionaire Raffle prize.