For the second draw in a row, no player successfully matched all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars to walk away with the jackpot. As a result, the jackpot now increases to £27 million (€33 million) for Friday’s draw, making it the highest the EuroMillions jackpot has been for seven draws.
Five ticket holders narrowly missed winning the jackpot by just one number when they matched all five main numbers but only one Lucky Star. However, each of these lucky players still won a respectable £140,107 (€199,536) each. They were followed by six players who won £38,918 (€55,426) by matching all five numbers and a further 37 players who matched four main numbers and both Lucky Stars to win £3,155 (€4,494) each. Other players secured smaller wins for matching a minimum of two main numbers.
One UK player took home the £1 million prize in last night’s UK Millionaire Raffle draw by matching the winning code PCC396384. For players wishing to view the full list of prizes won in last night’s draw, visit the EuroMillions Results page on Euro-Millions.com.
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In addition to the £27 million (€33 million) jackpot, Friday’s EuroMillions draw will include a special Millionaire Raffle in which ten UK ticket holders each win £1 million. The special draw, which will take place shortly after the main EuroMillions numbers are drawn, will see ten unique raffle codes drawn and each winning ticket holder will scoop one of the ten £1 million prizes.
EuroMillions tickets for Friday’s draw can be purchased online or from an authorised retailer.
Written by Grace Mee