As it turned out, no players won the jackpot and so the top prize increases to €26 / £21 million for Friday’s draw. A notable feature from last night’s draw was that just one lucky ticket holder from Portugal matched all five main numbers and one Lucky Star to win the entire second tier prize of €1,014,692 (approximately £842,380). Having a single winner in the second tier is unusual and the last time it happened was on Tuesday 13th August 2013 when another Portuguese ticket holder won the prize worth €1,218,458.
Other prizes won in last night’s draw started at €4.40 / £3.00 for matching two main numbers all the way up to €56,371 / £38,645 for matching all five main numbers. The Millionaire Raffle number drawn last night was SVV404817 and one ticket holder matched the code to win £1 million. The full prize breakdown from last night’s draw can be found on Euro-Millions.com.
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The holders of the winning Millionaire Raffle ticket from Friday’s draw have come forward to claim their prize. The winning £1 million ticket belongs to a syndicate of 11 Aston Villa football supporters from Sutton Coldfield and, as the prize is split evenly between all members, they are each entitled to £90,909. Visit Lottery.co.uk to find out more information on these Millionaire Raffle winners.
Written by Grace Mee