EuroMillions Results for Friday 27th June 2014

A rollover in the Tuesday EuroMillions game helped the jackpot for last night’s draw to reach a final value of £19.9 million (€24.8 million). No player was able to match all five main numbers and both of the Lucky Stars that were drawn, so the jackpot rolled over for the second time in a row and will be worth an estimated £25 million (€31 million) in the next game on Tuesday. Meanwhile, lottery players can collectively celebrate winning more than 1.99 million consolation prizes in last night’s game, so those who haven’t yet checked their tickets might want to do so now. The EuroMillions Results for Friday 27th June, 2014, were as follows…

EuroMillions Results for Friday 27th June 2014

EuroMillions Plus: (5) (27) (35) (36) (49)

Joker: 1 614 479

As is often the case when the EuroMillions jackpot rolls over, the biggest winner in the game last night was found at the second tier prize level.  One ticket matched all five of the main numbers and one Lucky Star to win the life-changing sum of €1,474,696, so congratulations to the lucky player concerned. There were three tickets that matched five main numbers only to win £116,852 (€163,855) each, and all other winning tickets landed smaller prizes at the lower levels. The total number of prizes won was 1,990,207, and you can view the complete breakdown of those by visiting the EuroMillions Results page at

Over in Ireland, the final EuroMillions Plus game of the month saw one player match all five of the numbers drawn to win the top prize of €500,000. Another 33 tickets matched four numbers to win a consolation prize worth €2,000 each, and 1,981 tickets won their owners €20 each by matching three numbers. The next chance to win €500,000 in this game will be on Tuesday, and it will be interesting to see if anyone can land the top prize for the second draw in a row.

The main numbers drawn in the EuroJackpot game last night were 11, 33, 35, 42 and 44, and the Euro numbers were 04 and 06. No player won the jackpot itself, which was worth €10 million, and the second tier prize level was also vacant of winners because no player succeeded in matching the five main numbers and either one of the Euro numbers. One ticket matched the five main numbers only to win €101,474, and over 359,000 tickets won smaller consolation prizes by matching fewer numbers. The top prize will be worth an estimated €11 million in the next EuroJackpot game on Friday 4th July.

Written by Lottie McDonald

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