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If you didn’t get lucky last year, don’t worry because there’s going to be plenty more opportunities to win a huge EuroMillions jackpot in 2014.
With 25 lucky UK EuroMillions players due to become millionaires on the New Year’s Eve drawing, it’s no surprise that tickets are in high demand.
Lottery scams come in all shapes and sizes these days so even with all the festivity it’s important to make sure that you don’t get drawn in by one.
Knowing what to do when you’ve won the lottery may not seem like much of a problem, but can’t hurt to be prepared now can it?
There are still eight prizes still to be claimed from the Super Raffle draw that took place in July and those with the lucky tickets should get a move on as the prizes expire next month.
The New Year’s Eve Millionaire Raffle draw will be a special one with 25 prizes being handed out instead of the usual one.
For the second time in a row big prizes are won on the second tier of prizes after the EuroMillions jackpot rolls over from Tuesday’s draw.
Out of all 271 EuroMillions jackpots that have been won in the lottery’s history, 69 of them have gone to France making it the luckiest EuroMillions country.
Couples who have won the big EuroMillions prize appear to have a tough time staying together going by the media reports in recent weeks.
Chalk up another British winner to follow on from last week’s Irish win as a £12 million jackpot prize has been won in the UK.