Next Euromillions game to be slightly different after no one scoops max £184m prize
The Daily Mirror says the Euromillions jackpot will be frozen for the next four games after it reached its maximum level on Wednesday – but failed to capture a winner.
The £184million prize was accumulated after a rollover on Friday, but it’s now reached its €220million limit – meaning the fund will not be added to on Friday.
If anyone from the UK banks everything this Friday (October 15), they would become the biggest ever National Lottery winner since the game began in 1994.
On the EuroMillions website it says the odds of picking five numbers and the two Lucky Stars is one in 139,838,160.
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