EuroMillions Results for Friday 28th February 2014

The final EuroMillions game of February was played last night, and it gave players a thrilling end to the month by offering a jackpot of £35 million (€42 million) to anyone fortunate enough to match all five main numbers and the two Lucky Star numbers. We are pleased to report that one ticket managed to do exactly that, and we can tell you that the winning entry had been purchased in Spain. The EuroMillions results for Friday 28th February, 2014, were as follows…

EuroMillions Results for Friday 28th February 2014

EuroMillions Plus: (22) (23) (26) (31) (42)

Joker: 6 920 299

Spain’s continuing success with EuroMillions jackpots this year is impressive, and Spanish lottery players who don’t usually play the game might well be tempted to get involved in an effort to cash in on the current lucky streak. The exact value of the jackpot won last night was £35,072,863 (€42,517,715).

There were two tickets that matched all five main numbers and one of the Lucky Stars to win £657,300 (€797,418) each, and six other tickets won £61,031 (€88,602) each by matching five main numbers only. The total number of prizes landed was 2,457,351, and you can view the full breakdown of those prizes by visiting the EuroMillions Results page at

There were no top prize winners in the EuroMillions Plus game last night, so any Irish Lottery player who wants to win €500,000 by matching all five numbers will have to wait until the next game on Tuesday. A second tier prize of €2,000 went to each of 51 tickets that matched four numbers, and another 2,051 tickets won €20 each by matching three numbers.

The next EuroMillions game this Tuesday will offer a brand new jackpot of £12 million (€15 million), but don’t forget that there will also be a EuroMillions SuperDraw jackpot of £80 million* to play for on Friday 7th March. Those who intend to take part in the latter game are advised to buy their tickets early in order to avoid the inevitable last-minute rush!

*The jackpot is worth a guaranteed €100 million.

Written by Lottie McDonald

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