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Weekly: Win £100,000,000 on the EuroMillions lottery this Friday.

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago / ended 26 Sep 0826 September 2008
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For anyone who doesn't already know about this, it's a £100000000 rollover on the EuroMillions lottery this Friday (26.09.2008). It has to be won this Friday because it can't be rolled over again. For a £1.50 stake this seems to be quite a good prize.

Euro Millions is a European lottery that takes place once a week, on Friday evening. Whereas national lotteries are generally limited to the residents of one particular country, the Euro Millions lottery pools the stakes of the participating European countries. This obviously makes the prizes a great deal larger than in national lotteries even in normal circumstances. But because the main prize pool is rolled over to the next draw if there is no jackpot winner, prizes can - after a few weeks without a winner - be as high as 50 million Euros.

There are nine countries currently participating in Euro Millions. In alphabetical order, these are Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. This makes EuroMillions one of the biggest lotteries on the planet - and certainly one of the most exciting!
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#1
Wrong link I think, it shows in US dollars for me.

Think this is it.

https://www.national-lottery.co.uk/player/gaming/drawgame/displayEuroPlayslip.do
#2
to cover all number combinations would cost £114,413,040
if only 1 winning ticket you could make a very healthy profit






















anyone got a spar £115 million i can borrow for a few days
#3
You would probaly have to share it with one or more winners:roll:
#4
spenz09
to cover all number combinations would cost £114,413,040
if only 1 winning ticket you could make a very healthy profit



How do you work that out then??? spend £115 million and get £100 million back :thinking: Surely thats a loss of £15 million :w00t:


Edit - Ok have just realised you could make some more with all the smaller prizes but that is dependent on no one else winning any large prizes.
#5
loveabargain
How do you work that out then??? spend £115 million and get £100 million back :thinking: Surely thats a loss of £15 million :w00t:


If you were the only winner of the jackpot prize, you would also win a huge amount of the smaller prizes, by the virtue of the fact that you have another nearly 115 million tickets, that should rake in another 30-40 million. So you could end up with about £25 million profit. Not bad for a days work. :thumbsup: Sadly, the rules doen't allow you to do this.
#6
tpol
Sadly, the rules doen't allow you to do this.


What a shame - otherwise I would have been tempted!!! :p
Can you imagine filling in all the little slips! :w00t:
#7
you would hold 3,261,371 winning tickets (including jackpot) according to lottery estimates you would win 33,094,471.90 without the jackpot, so as i said as long as you are the only jackpot winner all's good

£133 million































and still noone has offered to lend me the money, lol
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Thanks for your post OP :)
#9
deek72
Wrong link I think, it shows in US dollars for me.

Think this is it.

https://www.national-lottery.co.uk/player/gaming/drawgame/displayEuroPlayslip.do


It shows the Euros sign rather than the dollar sign. Your link is a good alternative though.
#10
I dont mind sharing :)
#11
ukmonkey2002
I dont mind sharing :)


Sharing does seem like a good idea to me. Presumably you mean with the person who originally posted this. :)

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