EuroMillions Plus: (12) (32) (35) (36) (45)
Joker: 6 418 333
Whilst the jackpot didn’t help any player to achieve millionaire status last night, the second tier prize level did, with one ticket matching the five main numbers and one of the Lucky Star numbers to win €1,540,885. There were eight entries that matched the five main numbers only to win £44,102 (€64,203) each, and another 72 tickets won £2,450 (€3,566) each by matching four main numbers and both of the Lucky Star numbers. The total number of prizes landed was 2,436,820, and the complete breakdown of those prizes can be seen by visiting the EuroMillions Results page at Euro-Millions.com.
Plenty of lottery fans in Ireland had a go at winning themselves €500,000 in the EuroMillions Plus game on Friday night, but none of them succeeded because none could match all five of the numbers that were drawn. On a brighter note, a prize of €2,000 went to each of 43 players who managed to match four of the numbers, whilst a smaller prize of €20 was won by each of 2,084 tickets that matched three numbers.
A top prize with an advertised value of €12 million was awaiting any lottery player who could match all seven of the numbers draw in the EuroJackpot game last night. Those numbers were 12, 32, 40, 44 and 49, along with the Euro numbers 02 and 03, and they proved just a little too elusive for anyone who wanted to land the jackpot. One ticket matched all five main numbers and one of the Euro numbers to win a second tier prize of €916,837, and there were more than 397,000 prizes won at the lower levels. There will now be a jackpot of around €15 million to play for in the next EuroJackpot game on Friday 25th April.
Lottery players who didn't yet manage to win big have a few more chances to do so this evening, with the Saturday night Powerball game offering the biggest jackpot of $128 million. Check back tomorrow and we'll tell you which draws gave players something special to smile about this Easter!
Written by Lottie McDonald