In addition, a further 50 players are £20,000 better off after matching the winning Lotto Raffle codes. For a full prize breakdown from Wednesday’s draw, visit the Results page of Lottery.co.uk.
Attention now turns to Friday night’s gigantic EuroMillions jackpot where the top prize is estimated to come in at £100 million (€128 million). Tickets will be in high demand right up until the cut off point for sales on Friday evening with players across Europe eager for their chance to achieve wealth that previously seemed beyond their wildest dreams.
Any Manchester United fan who won the top prize on Friday could help out their team after former Red Devils defender Phil Neville suggested that £100 million is the minimum the club must spend to be considered genuine title challengers. Alternatively, a season ticket and a reserved car parking spot at Old Trafford might be a more realistic investment in the club, at least initially.
Tickets are on sale for this hugely exciting EuroMillions draw as well as Saturday’s Lotto and its smaller but still perfectly formed jackpot of £4.1 million.