EuroMillions Results for Tuesday 11th February 2014

The third EuroMillions draw of February was held last night with a brand new jackpot of €15 / £12 million after one Spanish ticket holder won the entire top prize of €25 / £21 million in Friday’s draw. In total, just over 1.5 million players won a prize last night, but did any of those manage to win the jackpot?

EuroMillions Results for Tuesday 11th February 2014

For the second time this month, there was no jackpot winner and so the jackpot increases to an estimated €25 / £20 million for Friday’s draw.

In last night’s draw, Match 5 and one Lucky Star was the first winning prize tier and saw four ticket holders each win €493,913 (£409,434). In the third tier, eight players each won €41,159 (£34,119) by matching all five main numbers while in the fourth prize tier, which is won by matching four main numbers and two Lucky Stars, there were 22 players who each landed a prize worth €7,483 / £5,086. The remaining winning ticket holders in last night’s draw won prizes between €4.20 / £2.90 and €223 / £151.

One lucky UK ticket holder won £1 million after correctly matching the Millionaire Raffle code, so UK players are reminded to carefully check the winning raffle code from last night’s draw to see if they hold the winning £1 million ticket. A complete prize breakdown from last night’s draw can be found on the EuroMillions Results page at

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Time is running out for a UK EuroMillions ticket holder to come forward and claim a prize worth £1 million before it expires in just a week’s time. The winning ticket was purchased in Trafford, Manchester for the draw on 23rd August 2013 and matched the Millionaire Raffle code MFQ213183.

If the prize is not claimed by 23.00 GMT on Wednesday 19th February 2014, it will expire and the money will be added to the Good Causes fund. For further details on unclaimed EuroMillions prizes, visit

Written by Grace Mee

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