Unfortunately, no player managed to match all seven numbers drawn and so the jackpot increases to £20 million (€24 million) for Friday’s draw. Three ticket holders missed the jackpot by just one number when they matched five all main numbers but only one Lucky Star. However, by matching six out of the seven numbers drawn, these three ticket holders still took home £227,820 (€315,673) each. The third prize tier saw 11 ticket holders each win £20,710 (€28,697) by matching all five main numbers and, in the fourth prize tier, 36 players matched four main numbers and both Lucky Stars to secure prizes of £2,164 (€4,384).
The remaining winners in last night’s draw won prizes worth between £2.80 (€3.80) and £148 (€205) for matching a minimum of two main numbers. In the additional raffle games, one UK ticket holder matched the Millionaire Raffle code YFP510180 to scoop the £1 million prize and one French ticket holder secured the €1 million prize by successfully matching the My Million code NI5188970.
You can view the complete prize breakdown from last night’s draw on Euro-Millions.com.
Other Lottery News
The US Mega Millions jackpot is now worth US$105 million following last night’s draw passing without a top tier winner and is only the second time this year that the jackpot has surpassed US$100 million. Back in February, the jackpot breached the US$100 million mark but went on to roll over for a total of 11 draws, and reaching a staggering US$414 million, before finally being won on 18th March by one ticket holder from Florida and another from Maryland.
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Written by Grace Mee