European Lottery Results For Friday 23 December 2011

 
 
The results of the European lottery last night, Friday 23 December 2011, were:
 

07 – 21 – 22 – 24 – 28 Lucky Stars: 01 – 11

 
Millionaire Raffle:
 

DXM829056  DXN996670  DXP982073
FXS834119  FXT562624
FXV030572  FXV864819  FXW306769
FXX376497  FXX429386  FXX659215  FXX968168
FYC052196  FYC521328
FYD286530  FYD394832  FYD990218
FYF634659  FYF871693  FYF922410
FYG118887
FYK281299  FYK507977  FYK815210
FYM293284

 
As you can see, there were an amazing 25 winners of the £1,000,000 Millionaire Raffle but no winner of the £25,852,188 jackpot. The jackpot total will roll over to the next draw.

There were 4,309,013 winners of other prizes ranging from £2.20 to £413,085.10.

We hope you were one of the winners and that you have a wonderful Christmas.

The jackpot for the next Eurolottery draw on Tuesday 27 December 2011 currently stands at £30,000,000.

Star your New Year in style by buying your tickets for this and 39 other global lotteries at theLotter.com.
 
 

Best Lotteries To Play: How To Deal With Winning The Lottery

We all dream of selecting the best lotteries to play and winning the big jackpot but what is life really like if you do win?

Here are some features to bear in mind for that day when you find the winning lottery number and claim your life-changing prize. The information has been compiled specifically with the British National lottery or European lottery in mind but the information holds generally true for most of the global lotteries.

1. Double-check the numbers first.
 Check online with the official website of the lottery administrator (in the UK the site you want is www.national-lottery.co.uk). Also ensure the ticket you hold has the correct date on it: so many players think they have won when their ticket is for the previous week’s draw!

If you play lotteries online or are a member of a syndicate, you should check the appropriate website or the syndicate leader to make sure. Many websites will contact you to confirm the win in any case – but only if you have already paid to play.

2. Keep that ticket secure.
 How would you feel if you had won a major prize but could not find the ticket? A lottery administrator will want to see it to confirm the win. You don’t necessarily need to lock it in the bank but you might consider finding a safe place such as a hidden strong box or even keep it close to you, perhaps in your purse or wallet. Some winners have kept their ticket in unusual places – such as in the freezer or in a Bible. The place is not important as long as it is safe and a place you can remember where it is!

Call the lottery administrator if a large win or, in the case of a smaller prize, return to the shop where you bought your ticket. Again, if you play lotteries online, you will have contacted the website or a syndicate leader, if appropriate.

Most lottery companies have an experienced team ready to help you from the first call, so you don’t need to feel apprehensive. Usually you will be asked to visit a lottery office to prove your identity and present the winning ticket. While you are there you will also meet experts who will advise you as to the next steps.

3. Go public or stay anonymous?
 This is a key decision to make, and one the lottery advisers will be happy to discuss with you.

Colin and Chris Weir broke records with their £161 million win in the European lottery in July and held a press conference to announce their good fortune. However, a few weeks later they had to go into hiding to avoid the begging letters and telephone calls. Other winners have successfully stayed anonymous and you might consider doing so too.

In other countries some lottery winners have held press conferences but have worn masks and have kept their names secret.

4. Open a new bank account.
 One of the advisors you will meet at the lottery office will be a representative from a bank. It is worth getting professional advice, as handling a large amount of money is a delicate task, if you are to make the most of the opportunity. Personally, I would consider hiring a reputable independent financial advisor: no doubt the lottery company would help you with that too.

Good professional advisors are a must, so ensure you choose well.

Bear in mind these days the money is transferred electronically to a bank account of your choice – the large cheque is purely for show.

5. Would you quit your job?
 Of course, this depends on the amount of money you win and your attitude to your job.

Nicky Cusack won £2.49 million in the UK lottery draw in 2009 and yet has returned to her job stacking shelves at her local Asda store. She told reporters she missed her friends at work and that she really did enjoy her job.

A man only known as ‘Alexandre’ won the French loto draw, left his job and then promptly bought the transport company he had worked for to save it from bankruptcy.

6. Relax and take a holiday.
 All lottery winners are advised to take a holiday after their win. The reason? It is often difficult to come to terms with your new-found wealth and it is invaluable to take your time making decisions rationally and calmly. A holiday will help you adjust.

Any winner who rushes headlong into decisions is more likely to make bad ones and not get the full benefit from their good fortune.

Bear in mind too that you may well get a ton of begging calls and letters so being away from home would be useful. Perhaps redirect your post and calls to someone employed to deal with them. Again, your lottery administrators will help with that: they usually have staff who will deal with the calls.

7. Have fun.
 The last tip is simply to enjoy yourself. Okay, you can use the money responsibly and it would be a mistake to be silly with the money but why not treat yourself a little?

Again, it depends on how much money you win, but, if you can afford it, why not get that car you wanted or the new house? Then you can settle down and think how you can use your winnings in the best way.

With the help now available, it is easy to survive winning large lottery prizes. Recent winners have made good use of their new fortune and have achieved great things. Gone are the days when those who draw the winning lottery number have their lives ruined.

What would you do if you won? It’s great fun to imagine so have a bit of fun and dream a little. Then play lotteries online with a site such as theLotter.com and see if you can bring those dreams into reality.

I hope you can put these tips into practical use very soon.

British National Lottery Results For Wednesday 21 December 2011

 
 
The results for the UK lottery draw (the Lotto) of yesterday, Wednesday 21 December 2011, were:
 

07 – 28 – 30 – 34 – 38 – 45 Bonus: 06

 
The £2,438,954 jackpot was not won on this occasion but 259,693 players did win their share of £4,718,017 prize money. Individual prizes range from £10 to £250,149.

Following the rollover, the jackpot total for the next UK lottery draw (the Lotto) on Saturday 24 December 2011 presently stands at £6,500,000.

Have a wonderful Christmas. Make it even better by getting your tickets for this and 39 other global lotteries at theLotter.com. This includes the US MegaMillions lottery for which the jackpot is presently $173,000,000, the Powerball at $125,000,000 and the Brazilian Mega de Virada at R$170,000,000 – total jackpots available equal US$ 760,532,296!
 
 

European Lottery Results For Tuesday 20 December 2011

 
 
The results of the Eurolottery draw for yesterday, Tuesday 20 December 2011, were as follows:
 

01 – 09 – 12 – 14 – 48 Lucky Stars: 01 – 07

 
Millionaire Raffle:
 

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One lucky player did win the £1 million Millionaire Raffle but nobody takes home the £12,549,000 jackpot – this will roll over to the next draw.

1,813,708 players will have a better Christmas however, thanks to prizes ranging from £2.60 to £32,848.70.

The jackpot for the next European lottery on Friday 23 December 2011 currently stands at £25,000,000.

Have yourself an amazing Christmas by buying all your lottery tickets at theLotter.com. Tickets are available for this and 38 other global lotteries.
 
 

Global Lotteries: Christmas Excitement

 

The period prior to Christmas is always an exciting time in all the global lotteries and this year is no exception.

The Brazilian Mega Sena lottery offers the Mega de Virada draw on 31 December 2011. This massive draw offers an estimated jackpot of R$ 170,000,000 or $94,000,000 for matching all the numbers selected.

Play the Mega de Virada draw on theLotter.com now and you will get a buy one get one free promotion too.

As already mentioned on this website, the European lottery is determined to produce fifty millionaires through it’s Millionaire Raffle before Christmas. This means that the Eurolottery draw on Friday 23 December must give out 25 Millionaire Raffle prizes.

Every Eurolottery ticket bought in the UK is automatically entered into the Millionaire Raffle, given a unique number and each winning number drawn will give  £1 million prize.

This prize is given in addition to any other prize the player may have won in the draw.

A spokesperson for Camelot, the administrator of the European lottery in the UK says “Euromillions Millionaire Raffle has already contributed more than 166 millionaires to the total of 2700 created by the National Lottery to date, now a further 50 millionaires are guaranteed to join that exclusive club before Christmas.”

Do you need any more reasons to play global lotteries this Christmas?

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British National Lottery Results For Saturday 17 December 2011

 
 
The results for the UK lottery draw (the Lotto) were as follows:
 

01 – 22 – 35 – 39 – 42 – 48 Bonus: 12

 
One lucky lottery player received the £4,672,310 jackpot.

Another 419,520 players have won their share of £8,289,978 with prizes ranging from £10 to £143,763.

The jackpot for the next UK lottery draw on Wednesday 21 December 2011 currently stands at £2,200,000.

Get involved by buying your tickets for this and 37 other global lotteries at theLotter.com.
 
 

European Lottery Results For Friday 16 December 2011

 
 
The results of the Eurolottery draw last night, Friday 16 December 2011, were:
 

02 – 05 – 10 – 23 – 31 Lucky Stars: 02 – 05

 
Millionaire Raffle:
 

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There was one lucky jackpot winner who takes away an amazing £39,175,449.

Another player also won the £1,000,000 Millionaire Raffle.

A further 3,393,590 players receive prizes ranging from £2.80 to £98,038.80.

The jackpot for the next European lottery draw on Tuesday 20 December 2011 presently stands at £12,000,000.

Can you get some extra money for Christmas? Find out by playing this and 37 other global lotteries at theLotter.com.
 
 

British National Lottery Results For Wednesday 14 December 2011

 
 
The results of the British National Lottery for yesterday, Wednesday 14 December 2011, were:
 

03 – 10 – 25 – 28 – 30 – 43 Bonus: 31

 
There was one lucky jackpot winner who takes away £1,992,348.

Another 349,816 players receive prizes varying from £10 to £102,171 – a total prize fund of £5,132,971.

The jackpot of the next UK lottery draw (the Lotto) on Saturday 17 December 2011 currently stands at £4,100,000.

Be sure to get your tickets for this and 37 other global lotteries at theLotter.com.
 
 

European Lottery Results For Tuesday 13 December 2011

 
 
The results of the Eurolottery draw for last night, Tuesday 13 December 2011, were as follows:
 

07 – 12 – 18 – 33 – 37 Lucky Stars: 01 – 11

 
Millionaire Raffle:
 

BWY129903

 
The £28,908,882 jackpot was not won so the money will roll over to the next draw again – but there was a Millionaire Raffle winner of course.

Another 1,977,114 players did win prizes varying from £2.20 to £31,247.50 however.

The jackpot for the next European lottery draw on Friday 16 December 2011 currently stands at £38,000,000.

Buy your tickets for this and 37 other global lotteries at theLotter.com.
 
 

British National Lottery Results For Saturday 10 December 2011

 
 
The results for the UK lottery draw (the Lotto) for Saturday 10 December 2011 were as follows:
 

16 – 21 – 24 – 29 – 30 – 39 Bonus: 20

 
There were two lucky winners of the £15,192,740 jackpot and each receives £7,596,370.

Another 577,851 winners take home prizes ranging from £10 to £143,439 – their share of £10,211,453 prize money.

The jackpot for the next British National Lottery draw on Wednesday 14 December 2011 currently stands at £2,200,000.

Get your tickets for this and 37 other global lotteries at theLotter.com.