However, over 1.4 million players still secured a prize of some kind. There were five players who picked up £184,181 (€256,211) each when they matched five main numbers, and an additional 43 ticket holders won £2,677 (€3,724) each by matching four main numbers and two Lucky Stars. The remaining players won prizes between £3.40 (€4.80) for matching two main numbers and £178.90 (€248.80) for matching four main numbers and one Lucky Star. Of course, one lucky player also won the Millionaire Raffle by matching the winning code. You can visit Euro-Millions.com for a full breakdown of all the results from Tuesday’s draw, but don't forget to check it again tonight or tomorrow to see if you scooped a prize in tonight's draw.
The EuroMillions jackpot is rising along with the temperatures here in the UK and across Europe, so make sure to buy a ticket for a chance to win a prize that would definitely help offset the cost of electric fans, cold drinks and bags of ice. Tickets are on sale now for tonight's draw, which takes place in Paris at 9:00 PM CET (8:00 PM BST).