The fortunate Österreicher became the first competitor to match all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars in a month which has seen the prize pot roll over five times. An additional five players across Europe are celebrating a windfall of £157,766 (€220,508) for matching five main numbers and one Lucky Star whilst 11 ticket holders will be £23,904 (€33,410) better off having seen their five main numbers come up in the draw which took place last night in Paris.
Other prize winners will receive between £2.90 (€4.10) for matching two main numbers and £2,480 (€3,467) for correctly matching four main numbers and two Lucky Stars.
One lucky UK player finds themselves in the money after the Millionaire Raffle drew out the code KQV089304. The prize money of £1 million should be more than enough to fund a trip to find the sunshine that has been so elusive in Britain recently.
You can visit the Results Page at Euro-Millions.com to see the full breakdown of Tuesday’s draw results.
Tickets are now on sale for Friday’s EuroMillions Draw where the jackpot will stand at £11 million (€15 million).