EuroMillions Results for Tuesday 20th May 2014

Last night’s EuroMillions draw offered a jackpot of £39 million (€48 million) following the previous four draws passing without a top tier winner. The results revealed that, once again, there were no players who matched all seven numbers drawn to take home the top tier prize so the jackpot has increased to £48 million (€59 million) for Friday’s draw.

EuroMillions Results for Tuesday 20th May 2014

Despite the absence of a jackpot winner, there were over 1.5 million ticket holders who secured a prize in the draw. The largest prize awarded in the main draw was worth €538,720 to each of the two ticket holders who matched all five main numbers and one Lucky Star. Seven players struck it lucky in the third prize tier and matched all five main numbers to win £35,456 (€50,354) each while 17 players were victorious in the fourth tier and won £7,299 (€10,367) each by matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars.

All other winning ticket holders secured prizes worth between £3.20 (€4.60) for matching two main numbers and £215 (€306) for matching four main numbers and one Lucky Star. In the additional raffle draws, one UK ticket holder become £1 million richer when their ticket matched the Millionaire Raffle code DGM599559 and one French player’s ticket matched the My Million code HO2280110 to win the €1 million prize.

Details of the prizes won in last night’s draw can be found on

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The Millionaire Raffle winner from the draw on Tuesday 13th May 2014 has now come forward to claim their £1 million prize. 51 year-old Paul Cole, who works for the chocolate manufacturer Cadbury, found out about his tasty win while checking his emails shortly before going to work. Cole plays both EuroMillions and UK Lotto online every week and noticed an email prompting him to check his account. After doing so, Cole kept looking at his online ticket in disbelief but was convinced that the whole thing was a wind up before phoning the National Lottery who confirmed that he had indeed won £1 million.

Cole’s immediate plans are to purchase a Land Rover and upgrade his upcoming trip to Weymouth before investing the remainder until he has had time to consider what to do with the rest of his new found fortune. would like to congratulate Paul on his win and wish him all the best for the future.

Written by Grace Mee

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