Despite the absence of a top tier winner, six players, two of whom purchased their tickets in the UK, came within just one Lucky Star of sharing the coveted jackpot to win a second place prize of £136,065 (€192,199) each.
The next largest prize was worth £24,739 (€34,945) and was won by each of the 11 players who matched five main numbers. Following them, 62 players won £2,194 (€3,099) each for matching four main numbers plus both Lucky Stars and 1,173 players won £101 (€143) each for matching four main numbers plus one Lucky Star.
The remaining 2,187,372 winners won between £2.40 (€3.40) for matching just two main numbers up to £47 (€66) for matching four main numbers. A full prize breakdown from last night’s EuroMillions draw can be found on the EuroMillions Results page at Euro-Millions.com
The final EuroMillions draw of May takes place on Friday and boats an estimated jackpot of £63 million (€78 million). Tickets for the game can be purchased online by following the Lottery Tickets tab or in person from an authorised retailer.
WorldLottery.net would like to remind lottery lovers that EuroMillions is hosting a special Superdraw on Friday 6th June. The special draw will offer players a guaranteed £80 million (€100 million)* jackpot regardless of whether the top prize is won in the preceding draw. As participation is certain to be high for this draw, we advise players purchase their tickets in plenty of time to avoid missing out on the chance to become the next EuroMillions winner. Good luck!
*EuroMillions offer a guaranteed jackpot of €100 million which, based upon current exchange rates, equates to approximately £80 million.