Common Euromillions Mistakes That Players Make
Are you now at a point in your life where you’re ready to win the Euromillions, buy a yacht, a sports car, a mansion, and numerous other cliché purchases that people seem to associate with winning the lottery? The truth of the matter is that, if you do win the Euromillions, you can spend your money on whatever you like.
Winning the jackpot, or any other substantial amount of money would definitely change your life, and hopefully for the better. The only issue is the small matter of actually winning the jackpot. Every single week, Euromillions players all over Europe are making a series of literally costly mistakes that are actually hurting their chances of winning. To ensure you don’t make these same mistakes, here’s a look at a few common mistakes that players make when playing the Euros.
Only playing on a rollover
It seems to be in our nature as human beings to be naturally greedy and to constantly want more. Each week, the jackpot of the Euromillions is a few million pounds at least. Winning that much money would set people up for life yet they don’t buy a ticket weekly, or bi-weekly for that matter. Instead, they only seem to buy tickets and play when it’s a rollover jackpot, as if a few million pounds just isn’t enough. Not only is not playing regularly hurting your chances, but as more people play when it’s a rollover, there’s a strong chance that you’ll have to share the jackpot with more people, so you may not wind up winning any more money than you would on a regular draw.
Not playing weekly
You need to be in it to win it when it comes to the Euromillions, and so if you aren’t buying a ticket each week, your chances of winning are slashed considerably. Buying a ticket is cheaper than a cup of coffee from most coffee shops, in fact, sometimes it’s cheaper than two cups of coffee, so surely you can’t blame the fact that you don’t play weekly on the price? If you want to increase your chances of winning, make sure you play every week. There are two draws which take place every week, so ideally you should play twice, though if not, once is still better than not at all.
Not playing at all
We all seem to want to win the lottery, yet how many of us complain about needing a big win, yet we don’t actually play at all? If this sounds familiar to you then get yourself down to your nearest shop and buy yourself as many tickets as you like. Alternatively you can play online, so there literally is no excuse for failing to play the Euromillions and not buying a ticket.
Not keeping your ticket safe
If you don’t buy your ticket online, as soon as you receive it back from the cashier, it is your responsibility to keep it safe at all times. As awful as it sounds, there have been many instances in the past where lottery players have won the jackpot and not received a single penny because they misplaced their ticket. It doesn’t matter how much you complain, if you lose your ticket and win any amount of money, there’s nothing that can be done, so keep it safe!