EuroMillions Results for Friday 11th July 2014

The EuroMillions jackpot had rolled over in each of the five draws leading up to the game that was played last night, and that sequence was extended to six in a row thanks to no ticket matching all seven numbers that were selected. The good news is that more than 2.56 million consolation prizes were landed, and the top prize was also won in the EuroMillions Plus game. The EuroMillions results for Friday 11th July, 2014, were as follows...

EuroMillions Results for Friday 11th July 2014

EuroMillions Plus: (02) (25) (35) (45) (47)

Joker: 2 645 242

The biggest consolation prizes in the EuroMillions game were landed at the second tier prize level, where six tickets matched all five main numbers and one Lucky Star to win €269,389 each. There were 12 tickets that won £31,957 (€44,898) each by matching the five main numbers only, and another 53 tickets matched four main numbers and both of the Lucky Stars to win £3,617 (€5,082) each. The total number of prizes won last night was 2,565,968, and you can see exactly how much was won at each of the twelve consolation levels by visiting the EuroMillions Results page at The next EuroMillions game on Tuesday will offer a multi-rollover jackpot worth around £53 million (€67 million).

As mentioned at the start of this news item, the EuroMillions Plus game in Ireland saw its recent dry spell reach a welcome conclusion last night, with one ticket matching all five main numbers to win the top prize of €500,000. Another 60 tickets won their owners a second tier prize of €2,000 each by matching four numbers, and the smallest prize of €20 went to each of 2,226 tickets that matched three numbers. Players will be looking forward to seeing if someone wins the top prize again in the next EuroMillions Plus game on Tuesday.

The EuroJackpot results last night were 03, 10, 16, 35 and 45 and the Euro numbers were 04 and 06. No ticket matched all of those numbers, so the €13 million jackpot rollover over, making it three rollovers in succession.  Two tickets won €201,718 each by matching the five main numbers and one of the Euro numbers, and over 379,000 tickets won smaller prizes at the lower levels. There will be an even bigger jackpot of around €15 million for players to pursue in the next game on Friday 18 July.

Written by Lottie McDonald

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