That said, the draw on Friday 5th September wasn’t a disappointment, as over 2 million players won cash amounts worth between £3.20 (€4.40) for matching two main numbers and £217,151 (€299,036) for matching five main numbers and one Lucky Star. One player also picked up £1 million in the Millionaire Raffle when their code matched the winning code drawn on the night. For a full breakdown of the last EuroMillions draw, visit the page at Euro-Millions.com.
We’re sure that some EuroMillions players are busting out their favourite numbers from 1 to 50 as they hope to win it big, quit their jobs and buy a mansion in a sunny location. Perhaps you’ve used your wedding anniversary, your children’s birthdays, or you’ve combined the two to get a number over 31 for a more even selection. Whatever you choose, we hope that you beat the odds and snap up a cool prize.
If you don’t want to buy a Lucky Dip but you’re not sure about which numbers to choose, why not read the handy guide to choosing your EuroMillions numbers at Euro-Millions.com? You’ll find some great information on how to choose random numbers, how to pick numbers based on life events or how to use statistics to influence your choice. It’s worth a punt, especially when £43 million is at stake!
Some superstitious players might think that it’s time for someone to hit the jackpot once again as its current value matches that of the last winning top prize. If you think the stars have aligned and that person could be you, make sure that you buy your tickets before sales close at 7:30 PM BST (8:30 PM CEST). Good luck and have fun!