EuroMillions Results for Friday 4th July 2014

Lottery players in the USA celebrated Independence Day yesterday, and those in Europe were hoping to mark the occasion by winning themselves a triple rollover jackpot worth £33 million (€43 million) in the EuroMillions game. No player succeeded in that quest, but there were plenty of reasons for participants to celebrate at the consolation prize levels, with over 2.29 million tickets winning a cash sum. The EuroMillions Results for Friday 4th July, 2014, were as follows…

EuroMillions Results for Friday 4th July 2014

EuroMillions Plus: (11) (15) (22) (26) (43)

Joker: 5 612 139

There were four tickets that won a second tier prize worth £278,795 (€385,460) each by matching all five of the main numbers and one of the Lucky Star numbers, and another five tickets matched the five main numbers only to win their owners £74,345 (€102,789) each. The fourth tier saw 47 tickets win £3,954 (€5,467) each by matching four main numbers as well as both Lucky Star numbers, and 2,293,964 tickets won smaller prizes by matching fewer numbers. The full breakdown of those prizes can be viewed by visiting the EuroMillions Results page at

EuroMillions Plus players had seen one player land the top prize of €500,000 in the last Friday draw of June, and they were keen to see someone succeed in similar style in the first Friday game of July. Those hopes were unfortunately dashed, but 43 tickets were able to win their owners €2,000 each by matching four of the numbers that were drawn. Another 2,189 tickets matched three numbers to win €20 each, and their owners will no doubt be hoping for even better luck next time.

The top prize in the EuroJackpot game this week was worth €11 million, but no player was able to match all seven numbers that were drawn and so the jackpot rolled for the second game in a row. Just one ticket matched the five main numbers as well as one of the Euro numbers, and that ticket is now worth €792,003 as a result. Two tickets won €52,223 each by matching five main numbers only, and more than 401,000 tickets won smaller consolation prizes. The next EuroJackpot game will offer a top prize that is expected to be worth around €13 million.

Written by Lottie McDonald

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