In addition to the top-tier winner, an amazing nine players won £1.6 million (€2.1 million) each for matching five main numbers and one Lucky Star. As the jackpot was firmly capped at €190 million, all excess revenue generated through ticket sales was rolled down to this winning tier instead of being applied to the jackpot. An additional 24 players matched five main numbers to net themselves a cool £37,442 (€50,349) each.
For more information on how the EuroMillions jackpot cap works, visit the dedicated page at Euro-Millions.com.
Another 147 ticket holders won £3,056 (€4,110) when they matched four main numbers and both Lucky Stars and 2,617 players snapped up £150.20 (€202) for matching four main numbers and one Lucky Star. The remaining players won amounts worth between £2.90 (€3.90) for matching two main numbers and £68.90 (€92.70) for matching four main numbers. Visit the Results page at Euro-Millions.com for a full prize breakdown.
Tuesday's EuroMillions jackpot will be worth €15 million and ticket sales will reopen later tonight. If you think that you have what it takes to beat the odds, scoop the jackpot and create what could hopefully start a EuroMillions winning streak, make sure that you buy EuroMillions tickets before Tuesday evening.
If you're looking for something else to beat the autumn blues, the EuroMillions draw for Friday 31st October will offer 25 UK players the chance to scoop a cool £1 million and a luxury island holiday as part of the new Mega Friday game. If the code on your ticket matches one of the codes drawn, you could be jetting off to Makepeace Island without even dipping into your newfound wealth. Stay tuned for more information!