EuroMillions Plus: (05) (17) (25) (45) (48)
Joker: 1 384 153
Although no player was able to match all seven of the numbers drawn, five tickets managed to match all five main numbers and one Lucky Star to win a second tier prize worth £250,320 (€355,902) each. There were eight tickets that matched five main numbers only to win £52,150 (€74,146) each, and another 64 tickets won their owners £3,259 (€4,634) each by matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. More than 2.84 million prizes were won in total, and you can see how those were distributed by visiting the EuroMillions Results page at Euro-Millions.com.
As always, the EuroMillions Plus game had a top prize of €500,000 waiting for any player who could match all five of the numbers drawn. Unfortunately there was no such player, but the owners of 45 tickets won €2,000 each by matching four main numbers. Another 2,334 tickets matched three numbers to win €20 each, and the next chance for players to win big in the EuroMillions Plus game will be on Tuesday.
EuroJackpot players had a top prize of €12 million to try and win last night, but no player succeeded in matching the five main numbers (07, 17, 25, 26 and 35) as well as both Euro numbers (04 and 07) and so the jackpot rolled for the second time in a row. Three tickets matched all five main numbers and one Euro number to secure a second tier prize of €140,140 each, whilst five tickets won a third tier prize of €21,861 each by matching five main numbers only. Over 484,000 tickets won smaller prizes, and the next jackpot will be worth around €13 million.
Written by Lottie McDonald