The EuroMillions has rolled over for a record 19th time, which means the jackpot prize is now capped at €190 million!
Even though no one has won the jackpot itself, three players walked away with massive prizes on Tuesday. One player from the UK walked away with over €3 million, and it’s only about to get better.
Friday’s EuroMillions jackpot is sitting at a capped €190 million, which means that all funds made from ticket sales that would’ve been added to the jackpot will be pushed into the next tier prize. The capped jackpot can rollover four times, but if no one wins the jackpot on the fifth, the money is split among the winners of the next tier.
In the 12 years since the EuroMillions lottery began, the big prize has never before been rolled over so many times in a row. When capped, the prize has been won four times before, the first being in August 2012. The following week after the win, a couple from Suffolk, England won the jackpot. The third jackpot was won in October 2014, when an anonymous ticket holder in Portugal won the entire prize, while a player in Gran Canaria also won the full prize in October 2017.
To win the full €190 million EuroMillions jackpot, you will need to match all five numbers and two lucky star numbers to claim the big prize. If the jackpot is not won, there will be several sizeable prizes you could win!
Can you guess the winning numbers? Try your luck today!