EuroMillions Plus: (02) (06) (15) (17) (19)
Joker: 3 871 350
Participants in last night’s game were obviously a little disappointed that none of the tickets entered for the game were able to land the jackpot, but there were more than 2.79 million consolation prizes landed so the evening wasn’t a complete let-down by any means. Five tickets matched all five of the main numbers plus one of the Lucky Star numbers to win a second level prize worth €298,934 / £207,772 each, whilst another seven tickets won €71,174 / £49,469 each by matching the five main numbers only. The complete schedule of prizes landed can be viewed on the EuroMillions Results page at Euro-Millions.com.
EuroMillions Plus players in Ireland have been patiently waiting for someone to win the top prize of €500,000 in recent Friday night draws, and they will have to wait for at least one more week because no ticket matched all five main numbers last night. The good news is that 53 tickets matched four of the numbers drawn to win each of their owners a consolation prize of €2,000, and a smaller prize of €20 went to each of 2,204 tickets that matched three numbers.
With the top prizes eluding players in the EuroMillions and EuroMillions Plus games, players were keen to see someone fare better in the EuroJackpot game, but that jackpot also escaped unscathed. The main numbers drawn on Friday were 02, 04, 21, 30 and 41, and the Euro numbers were 07 and 08. Two tickets matched the five main numbers as well as one Euro number to win €220,746 each, and more than 388,000 tickets won smaller prizes by matching fewer numbers.
All of the above means that lottery players can now look forward to even bigger pan-European jackpots next time. The EuroMillions jackpot on Tuesday will be worth around €31 / £25 million, and the top prize in the EuroJackpot game on Friday will be worth around €20 million.
Written by Lottie McDonald