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Result for EuroMillion 22 November

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Result for EuroMillion 22 November

The results of today’s drawings for the EuroMillions and Thunderball games of the National Lottery are about to be announced. Are you hoping to settle your debts, pay off your mortgage, or treat yourself to a much-needed vacation with the money you’ve saved? If you are participating in tonight’s EuroMillions draw, which offers a jackpot prize of £56 million, it might just turn out to be your lucky day.

Participants in tonight’s EuroMillions draw will need to select five numbers from 1-50 and two Lucky Stars numbers from 1-12. The numbers for the Lucky Stars will be drawn at random. It will only cost you $2.50 to enter, and if you match only two numbers, you will definitely be in the running for a reward in tonight’s draw.

The entry fee for the Thunderball draw is just one pound, but the top prize can be worth up to half a million pounds to the lucky winner. Players can participate in the game for the low cost of one pound by selecting five major numbers from the range 1-39 and a Thunderball number from the range 1-14.

After the conclusion of tonight’s Thunderball draw at 8:00 pm, the results of tonight’s EuroMillions lottery will be announced at 8:45 pm.

In the live blog that follows, you will be able to get the winning numbers as soon as they are announced.

An unidentified player took home £35 million from the Lotto in April of 2016, becoming the game’s most successful winner ever. In January of 2016, two lucky ticket buyers split a total prize pool of £33 million.

Prior to that, a major Lotto game jackpot of £42,008,610 was selected in January 1996 and split between three anonymous winners, who were each rewarded £14,002,870. Before that, the jackpot had been at £42,008,610. A single entry also won the New Year’s Eve Lotto in 2016, which was worth a total of £26.4 million.

On November 19, 1994, the first drawing for the UK National Lottery was held. The prize fund receives 50% of all the money spent by players, while charitable organizations receive 28%, the government receives 12% as duty, and shopkeepers receive 5%. The remaining 5% has been in charge of running the lottery for its entire existence.

The outcomes of the EuroMillions lottery

The following are the winning numbers for tonight’s EuroMillions drawing:





The number three is the first lucky star.
The number 11 is the second fortunate star.

The draws take place every Tuesday and Friday evening at 20:45 Central European Time (CET) in Paris. The price of a EuroMillions ticket in the regular game is €2.50, £2.50, or CHF3.50 (per line played), but this varies depending on the local currency.

Plus is an option that is only available in Ireland and costs an additional €1.00 for each line. Since February of 2014, a non-optional addition known as “My Million” in France has cost an additional €0.50 per line. In Portugal, on the other hand, it is known as “M1lho” and contributes €0.30 to the total wager of €2.50.

Due to the fluctuation in the value of the pound relative to the euro and the fact that players are now automatically included in its Millionaire Raffle, the fee for playing in the United Kingdom increased on November 7, 2009, from £1.50 to £2.00 per line. On September 24, 2016, the price of each line in the United Kingdom was hiked from £2.00 to £2.50. On the very same day, it went up to €2.50 per line in both Ireland and Spain.

As of September 24, 2016, the number of lucky stars increased from a pool of 11 numbers to a pool of 12 numbers, which resulted in a reduction in the odds of winning the jackpot from 1:117 million to 1:140 million.

The EuroMillions lottery is a pan-European lottery, and all you need to do to win the jackpot is pick seven numbers correctly. On February 7, 2004, the French company Francaise des Jeux, the Spanish company Letras y Apuestas del Estado, and the British company Camelot all collaborated to launch the game. The first drawing took place in Paris on the 13th of February in 2004[1]. [2] At first, only the United Kingdom, France, and Spain were represented in the lottery; however, on October 8, 2004, the lotteries of Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, and Switzerland joined in. Initially, only the United Kingdom, France, and Spain were involved.


At the moment, players can participate in the game in Andorra, Austria, Belgium, France (including overseas regions and collectives), Ireland, the Isle of Man, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Players can also participate in the game in Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland.

Participants need to be at least 18 years old to take part. There are no limitations placed on the bidders in terms of their country of origin; non-locals are welcome to take part in the auction as long as they are of the required age.

Draws for both Super and Event Prizes

Special draws known as Super Draws and Event Draws are held when the jackpot is predetermined to be a predetermined amount, typically one hundred million euros. The difference between a Super Draw jackpot and an Event Draw jackpot is that the former will carry over to the following drawing if it is not won, whereas the latter will be split among the winners of the tier below it (i.e. match 5 + 1) if it is not won. The jackpots[7] for a Super Draw have, up until this point, carried over to the following drawing in the event that they were not won.

The Tuesday, May 10th event was the first Super Draw of 2011, and it was held to celebrate the addition of a second weekly Euromillions draw as well as modifications to the game’s formula (11 lucky stars instead of 9 and a new “match 2 main numbers and no lucky stars” prize tier).

The new game format was presented to players for the first time during the year’s inaugural Super Draw, which took place on September 30. (12 lucky stars instead of 11 and increased price).



Result for EuroMillion 22 November

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