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EuroMillions prize reaches 100m
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Tickets for the draw can be bought in nine European countries
The EuroMillions jackpot has rolled over for a tenth week and has now reached an estimated 100m, UK lottery operator Camelot says.

The winning numbers on Friday, when the jackpot stood at 88m, were 11, 13, 24, 44, 49. The Lucky Stars were 3 and 9.

The prize has rolled over 10 times since 25 August. The series is thought to have generated 25m for good causes.

EuroMillions is played in a total of nine European countries including the Irish Republic, France and Spain.

Tickets are also sold in Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and Portugal.

In the UK, EuroMillions tickets cost 1.50 each.

Ticket-holders in the draw must match five main numbers from one to 50, plus the two Lucky Star numbers from one to nine in order to win the jackpot.

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