Many lotteries take place in Europe. In fact, there are so many lotteries to play, you could participate in at least three lotteries every day if you wanted. The busiest days of the week are Saturday, followed by Wednesday. On Saturday, you can participate in 18 different lotteries - and these are just the European lotteries. Let’s have a closer look at lotteries by day.
The first day of the week. New opportunities, new chances. In addition to the daily Gosloto in Russia, you can play the Spanish Bonoloto and French Loto on Monday.
Five lotteries take place on Tuesday. In addition to the Russian Gosloto, Polish Lotto, Spanish Bonoloto and Italian SuperEnalotto, the EuroMillions lottery is especially notable. Its jackpot is generally significant, and is awarded to the participant who was able to correctly predict a winning combination of five numbers (out of 50) and two stars (out of 11).
Wednesday is the second busiest lotto day of the week and there are many chances to play. The National Lottery and Thunderball in the United Kingdom, National Lottery in Ireland, French Loto, Spanish Bonoloto, Russian Gosloto 6 out of 45, Austrian Lotto and Nationale Loterij in Belgium. The Greek Lotto, Italian SiVinceTutto, Swedish Lotto, Swiss Lotto and German 6 out of 49 complete the list for Wednesday. The PanEuropean Viking Lotto is also available. This lottery is organized by a number of European countries, particularly the smaller Northern European ones. In other words, you will not be bored on Wednesday – it just might not be easy to fill out the forms with the numbers of your choice on time!
Thursday is a quieter day, even though a number of selections are still available. In addition to the daily Gosloto 6/45, Polish lottery, Rumanian Lottery and Turkish Super Lotto 6 out of 54, the Spanish La Primitiva deserves attention. This lottery always has an attractive jackpot.
Friday is Euro Lotto Day. Millions of euros are on the move when the numbers and stars for EuroJackpot and EuroMillions are announced. The prize money awarded by EuroMillions in Paris is particularly tempting for Europeans hoping for a carefree future. In addition to both European lotteries, you can also play the Bonoloto lottery in Spain, Thunderball in England, and of course the Gosloto in Russia on Fridays.
You have the best odds of winning millions on Saturday. There are almost too many lotteries to list, though we will in order to provide you a complete overview. We have the French Loto, German Lotto 6 aus 49, Spanish La Primitiva, and the Dutch Lotto. Thunderball and the National Lottery take place in the United Kingdom, and this is also the day for Russian Gosloto, Belgian National Lottery, Finnish Lotto and Greek lotto. New on this day are the Ötöslottó in Hungary, Dansk Lotto in Denmark, Lotto in Iceland (IS Lottó) and Norwegian Lotteri. Lotteries also take place in Poland, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey on this day. The latter is the Turkish Lotto 6 out of 49.
The last day of the week. This last day provides five more opportunities to win a jackpot. In addition to the daily drawing of Goslotto 6/45 in Russia, Austrian Lotto, Rumanian Lotto and Hatoslottó from Hungary, the El Gordo Lottery in Spain is highly recommended. In full: the El Gordo de la Primitiva (not to be confused with La Primitiva), often has large amounts and is therefore considered one of the top lotteries in Europe.
Well, that was quite a week. As you can see, there are plenty of opportunities to participate in one of the lotteries that could make you a millionaire. ELS Lotto is the service provider to purchase lottery for the most important and largest lotteries across Europe on your behalf easily and effectively.
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