Portugal Wins Second Superdraw In A Row
It’s been just under a week since the big excitement of March 6th where the EuroMillions Superdraw was held, raising the jackpot to a massive €100 million. As a result players from all over Europe came out in force to play – 4 million people in total!
Among them was the one lucky player from Portugal who managed to get all the numbers 23, 30, 47, 49, 50 plus the two Lucky Star numbers, 2 and 7, correctly.
Portuguese Players Score Two In A Row
Other than the player’s nationality very little is known about the winner of the EuroMillions Superdraw. The winner has yet to come forward to collect, and if that does happen it’s fair to say that he/she will opt to remain anonymous.
What we can tell you is that the ticket was bought in the town of Felguieras in northern Portugal, where locals were swift to celebrate the win. It marks the second Superdraw win in a row for Portugal. (The first was the previous Superdraw in October last year which rolled over to the maximum of €190 million.)
Although the gold went to Portugal this time around, the vast majority of silver and bronze prizes went to Britain, who were this month’s Superdraw’s second biggest winners overall, followed by the French and then the Spanish.
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The following draw, the regular draw on Tuesday the 10th, resulted in no jackpot winners so the prize pool has rolled over. The jackpot currently stands at €26 million or £18 million, up for grabs this Friday. So, for your chance to win millions on Europe’s favourite lottery, not to mention the possibility of the best beginning to a weekend ever, play EuroMillions online now.
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