Big Jackpots up for Grabs This Week in International Lotteries

A brand-new week has started and it brings the promise of big payouts for lottery fans. There are major lottery jackpots to be won this week, as a result of subsequent rollovers. The EuroMillions jackpot is the biggest, but a lot of money can be won by SuperEnalotto and US Powerball players. Many of them choose to purchase tickets over the Internet, using online lottery ticket agents like The Lotter.

Another Shot at the EuroMillions Jackpot

The last time someone managed to correctly predict all the lucky numbers in the EuroMillions was on September 23. Since then, the jackpot was rolled over four times and climbed all the way up to €166 million. The next raffle is scheduled for Tuesday, October 11 and there’s a good chance for the estimated value to be surpassed.

The EuroMillions is not the only European lottery that is going to make millionaires this week. The newest multinational European lottery game, the EuroJackpot has an estimated first prize worth €90 million. It promises to offer better odds than most lotteries and welcomes players from all over the world. The winner could be unveiled on Friday, October 14 as the draw takes place in Helsinki at 9 PM GMT.

The SuperEnalotto Jackpot Surges to New Highs

There is good news coming from the most popular Italian lottery, the SuperEnalotto. The 6 from 90 lottery game has a track record of offering huge jackpots and its players have yet another opportunity this week. The jackpot has surged to €154.7 million and a lucky player could walk away with all this money on Tuesday at 7 PM UK time.

On the other side of the Atlantic, the US Powerball has just crossed a psychological threshold. There were no jackpot winners on Saturday, which means that even more money is up for grabs on Wednesday. Second-tier prizes are nothing to frown upon, but if somebody hits all five numbers and the Powerball, they will win at least $107 million.

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