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82M EuroMillions Lottery Jackpot

2010.10.01
82M EuroMillions Lottery Jackpot

The lottery jackpot for tonight’s EuroMillions draw is one of the biggest ever in the history of the game and players are rushing to purchase tickets for Europe’s favorite lottery. Though the lottery is worth an astounding £82 million this Friday the price of the ticket remains £2 per line of numbers.

The highest ever recorded EuroMillions in the UK was a massive £84.4 million in May 2010 by an anonymous winner. A spokesperson for the National Lottery said, "With £82 million to play with, you could share your wealth with all your friends and family and still have plenty left to change your own life beyond your wildest dreams. Huge jackpots like these really capture the imagination of players but don't forget that, in addition to the chance to scoop a life-changing sum, more people playing EuroMillions means more money raised for good causes all over the UK."

British players have had an amazing run of good luck since June last year with 10 EuroMillions winners winning over £347 million including Les and Sam Scadding from South Wales who, together with a Liverpool syndicate won £90 million in November 2009 and Nigel Page who won £56 million in February 2010.

According to the Sunday Times Rich List 2010, if tonight’s EuroMillions lottery jackpot is won by an individual they would be richer than Sir Cliff Richard who is worth £50 million and the Noel and Liam Gallagher from Oasis who are both worth £55 million each. 

Like all EuroMillions draws, lottery players in the UK will also qualify for the Millionaire Raffle which guarantees a millionaire every week. To win the jackpot, players will have to match all five main numbers and the two lucky star numbers and should there be no winner this week, the jackpot will roll over to the next. Don’t forget, you can check lottery results at Online Keno. Good luck!

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Written by Kim Watson for Online Keno – your source for the latest lottery news

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