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Record jackpot! EuroMillions reaches €240 million jackpot limit

As there were no winners in last Tuesday's draw, the jackpot of 217 million euros accumulates and reaches the highest amount so far in its history for this Friday's draw.

Euromillions will draw its record jackpot of €240 million this Friday
Euromillions will draw its record jackpot of €240 million this Friday

As fate would have it, Euromillions has given us a great surprise to close the year 2023 on a high note. After Tuesday's draw without a winner, the prize has accumulated again and reaches the incredible figure of 240 million euros for the draw on Friday 8 December. A historic milestone that nobody wants to miss.

It will also be the first time that EuroMillions has reached its current limit, set at just 240 million euros. This limit was set in July 2022, after the jackpot of 230 million euros was won and the limit increased by another 10 million euros to the current 240 million euros. We remind you that, according to the current Euromillions rules from 2020, after someone wins today's jackpot, the limit of this lottery will grow another 10 million euros one last time, until it reaches the final limit of 250 million euros.

In Tuesday's draw, 8 bets fell just short of the big prize, matching 5 numbers but only 1 of the two stars. We remember the numbers that formed the winning combination: 4, 6, 20, 24, 25 and the stars 5 and 9.

Thus, the second prize of almost 1.2 million euros was shared between the 8 winning bets, taking a prize of 146,494.70 euros each. It is known that 1 bet was sold in Austria, 1 in Belgium, 3 in France, 1 in Portugal and 2 in the UK.

Record Euromillions draw

The clock is ticking towards the end of the year 2023 and, with it, the arrival of the big winner of the biggest jackpot in the history of Euromillions is announced. How is it possible? Simple, according to the rules of this game of chance, once the jackpot limit is reached, the jackpot must be spread over the next 5 draws, under the "Must be Won" rule.

So, if there is still no lucky winner in tomorrow's draw, the first prize will stand still for another 5 draws. But don't worry, all the money accumulated for the first place will be used to increase the amounts of the lower categories, reaching exorbitant figures in these.

And if, after the five draws, there is still no winner, the prize will finally be divided among those who have matched the numbers in the next category. But don't be discouraged! With this foolproof rule, it is ensured that in a maximum of 5 additional draws there will be a sure winner - good luck to all players in this exciting Euromillions jackpot adventure!

Therefore, this Friday, at 21:00h (Paris time), the exciting EuroMillions draw will take place. Don't forget that you will have time to buy your bets and join this historic event up to one hour before the draw, either with a single, multiple or group bet.

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