In the second prize tier, three ticket holders matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star to each win €378,941 (approximately £310,213). A further nine players each won €42,104 / £29,211 by matching all five main numbers while 60 ticket holders matched four main numbers and two Lucky Stars to each win €3,157 / £2,190. In the remaining prize tiers, prizes ranged from €217 / £150 for matching four main numbers and one Lucky Star to €4.50 / £3.10 for matching just two main numbers.
In addition to the winners in the main draw, one UK EuroMillions ticket holder won £1 million by matching the Millionaire Raffle code NTT869875. Visit Euro-Millions.com to view a full prize breakdown from last night’s draw.
As there were no jackpot winners in last night’s draw, the EuroMillions jackpot is now worth €51 / £42 million for Friday’s draw.
Other EuroMillions News
Nine UK EuroMillions prizes, worth £1 million each, are due to expire at 23.00 GMT tonight as the winning ticket holders have so far failed to come forward to claim their prizes. The £1 million prizes were won in the special 100 UK Millionaires Raffle draw which took place on Friday 26th July 2013 with the winning tickets purchased in Hull, Fife, Bristol, Blackpool, East Dunbartonshire, Gloucester, Bolton, Brighton & Hove and Havering.
If not claimed by 23.00 GMT this evening, the prizes will expire and be added to the Good Causes fund. We strongly urge players to check their tickets from the EuroMillions draw on Friday 26th July 2013 to see if they are one of the missing EuroMillions winners.
For further information on unclaimed UK lottery prizes, visit Lottery.co.uk.
Written by Grace Mee