EuroMillions Jackpot Increases to £143 Million

EuroMillions madness is sweeping across Europe as the jackpot rolled over on Friday night and increased in value to a whopping £143 million (€180 million) for the draw scheduled to be held on Tuesday of this week. While no one managed to scoop the jackpot on Friday, there were still over 4.5 million ticket holders who bagged some cash.

EuroMillions Jackpot Increases to £143 Million

For more information about the prizes and winning numbers from Friday’s draw, including the winning code from the Millionaire Raffle (which will soon become Millionaire Maker), check out the Results page at

The past few weeks have been a thrilling ride for EuroMillions fans, as the last time the jackpot was won was on Tuesday 20th September, when a Spanish ticket holder snapped up a £25.6 million (€32.9 million) jackpot prize. A scheduled Superdraw held on Friday 3rd October boasted a mammoth jackpot of £78.3 million (€100 million) and triggered a rollover streak that has yet to end.

EuroMillions has a jackpot cap of €190 million (estimated £150 million), and the current jackpot on offer is edging dangerously close to the limit! If no one wins tomorrow, then the top prize will most likely be worth €190 million for Friday, where it will stay for a maximum of two draws. If no one manages to match all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars drawn in the second draw, then the prize will roll down to the next winning tier.

There’s still time to buy your tickets, as EuroMillions sales close at 7.30pm BST (8.30pm CEST) on Tuesday night in advance of the draw taking place in Paris. Set an alarm on your phone, tell your friends to bug you, write down a note and stick it on your computer - do whatever you need to do to remind yourself to buy EuroMillions tickets for tomorrow night’s massive draw. Good luck!

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