Somebody just won the jackpot! That’s awesome and inspiring, but for many EuroJackpot players it can actually be a bit off-putting, as it invariably means there will be less money to play for in the next draw. But that’s not the ‘be all and end all’. Here’s why you should persevere with this great lotto, even when the next game coming up is a minimum jackpot EuroJackpot draw:
The minimum jackpot is HUGE
Just take a moment to consider the minimum jackpot in this lottery. It’s € 10 MILLION.
This jackpot figure completely dwarfs the top prizes you’ll find in most national lotteries on a weekly basis. There’s no such thing as a small EuroJackpot jackpot. Imagine what you could do with an eight-figure bank balance!
Look at the bigger picture
As you are undoubtedly aware, you’re always likelier to win a second or third tier prize than the jackpot. It’s a good thing then, that EuroJackpot’s 2nd and 3rd prizes are always pretty darn good, with the former consistently extending well into six-figures or beyond. There are almost always multiple second prize winners in every EuroJackpot draw, and there’s a great chance that you could be one of them whenever you play.
Play for fun!
The main priority for any lottery player should always be having fun. Huge jackpots add an extra layer of thrill into the game, but a lotto draw is fun under any circumstances. You’ve still got the tension of the draw, the pleasing task of choosing your numbers, and the incredible prospect of unbelievable riches, even if the jackpot fund is at its lowest level. The international nature of EuroJackpot adds to the fun. You’re not just playing with your compatriots – you’re joining millions of people from all over the world.
Regular players > occasional players
It’s basic maths. Weekly lottery players are far more likely to become millionaires than those who only place a bet when the jackpot fund is at a particularly high level. Think of it like this – if you win a jackpot of any size, you’re lucky; and if you win an all-time record jackpot you’re especially lucky, even by a lottery winner’s standards.