Tonight might see one lucky Euromillions winner take home the money if they can hit the Jackpot. There are two reasons for the excitement, not only has the prize hit the Jackpot cap something that has not happened before, but should it not be won in another two draws then the jackpot will be split among the second tier winners.
Lottery players will have their eyes tightly fixed on the prize. What happens when a jackpot cap is reached? For those of you who don’t know, this means the Euromillions jackpot will remain at the capped amount for two consecutive draws.
Should no lucky player manage to match those lucky numbers drawn in order to win the Jackpot during those two draws then and only then does the jackpot roll down. This means that during the next draw, the next tier of winners get to split what should have been the jackpot.
Automatically the jackpot starts again. As expected players are buying tickets in order not to miss their big chance at winning that coveted jackpot.
Talking about jackpots, a UK theatre has just hit the fundraising jackpot and been awarded £850,000 grant by the Heritage lottery fund. The money will be used to renovate the theatres entrance and foyer areas among other things in time for the 2014 commonwealth Games to be held in the city. The historic theatre located in Glasgow has been trying to raise £11.5 million in order to successfully revamp the theatre. This is definitely a step in the right direction.