EuroMillions Plus: (03) (05) (28) (30) (45)
Joker: 7 981 993
The biggest winners in the main EuroMillions game last night were the owners of the tickets that matched all five of the main numbers and one Lucky Star. There were 11 such tickets, and each one is now worth £104,153 (€146,639). The third prize level saw 19 tickets win £20,099 (€28,298) each by matching five main numbers only, and 50 tickets matched four main numbers and both of the Lucky Stars to win £3,818 (€5,376) each. All other tickets won smaller prizes by matching fewer numbers.
In the United Kingdom, a special Millionaire Raffle draw saw 10 tickets win their owners £1 million each. The winning numbers for that draw, as well as the prize breakdown for the main EuroMillions game, can be found via the EuroMillions Results page at Euro-Millions.com
Irish Lottery players who were pinning their hopes on winning a top prize of €500,000 in the Friday night EuroMillions Plus game were disappointed once again after no player matched all five numbers. There were 50 tickets that matched four numbers to win €2,000 each, and another 2,057 tickets matched three numbers to secure their owners the smallest prize of €20 each.
The EuroJackpot results last night were 01, 07, 14, 22 and 44, and the Euro numbers were 01 and 02. There was a jackpot of €10 million awaiting anyone who could match all of those numbers, but no player managed the feat and no player won a second tier prize either. Fortunately there were plenty of winners at the lower levels, with five tickets winning €24,960 each by matching the five main numbers only, and more than 473,000 tickets winning smaller prizes. The next EuroJackpot game will offer a jackpot with an advertised value of €12 million.
With the two biggest games of Friday night resulting in jackpot rollovers, things will be even more exciting for lottery players next week. In the meantime, there are quite a few big jackpots to play for this evening, so good luck to those of you who will be getting involved in the Saturday night lottery games and remember to check back here tomorrow for our round-up of the results.
Written by Lottie McDonald