13 – 20 – 32 – 34 – 47 Euro Numbers: 06 and 09
A top prize of €18 million was the reward on offer to anyone who could match all five main numbers and both Euro numbers in Friday night’s EuroJackpot game, but no player succeeded in doing that. On a much brighter note, two players were able to match all five of the main numbers plus one of the Euro numbers, and that achievement gave each winner a prize of €538,743. Just one ticket matched all five main numbers without either Euro number to win €380,289, and 20 tickets won €6,338 each by matching four main numbers and both Euro numbers. Over 429,000 tickets won smaller prizes, and there will now be a jackpot of around €23 million for players to pursue in the next game on Friday 10th June.
07 – 23 – 31 – 33 – 39 Lucky Stars: 06 and 10
The EuroMillions jackpot eluded players for the seventh draw in a row on Friday, which meant that just over £50.61 million (€64.67 million) rolled over to the next game. Six tickets won a second tier prize worth €260,823 each by matching the five main numbers and one Lucky Star number, and another 15 entries matched the five main numbers only to secure a third tier prize worth £25,105 (€34,776) each. There were more than 2.64 million prizes won across the lower levels, and the jackpot on Tuesday 7th June is now expected to be worth around £56 million (€73 million).
32 – 54 – 65 – 66 – 71 Mega Ball: 10
The Friday night Mega Millions jackpot was worth $251 million, but the six numbers needed to win that prize could not be matched by a single ticket anywhere. One ticket won its owner a second tier prize of $1 million by matching the five main numbers only, and 38 other entries matched four main numbers plus the Mega Ball to win $5,000 each. A fourth tier prize of $500 was won by each of 570 tickets which matched four main numbers, and over 2.32 million entries won smaller prizes. The jackpot in the next game on Tuesday will be worth an estimated $260 million.
16 – 20 – 22 – 43 – 64 Powerball: 17
Anyone who matched all of the numbers drawn in the Saturday Powerball game stood to win a jackpot worth $110 million, but no player succeeded in doing that. There were no winners at the second tier either, but 12 tickets each won a third tier prize of $50,000 each by matching four main numbers plus the Powerball. Over 498,000 tickets won smaller prizes, and more than 131,000 prizes were also won by successful Power Play entries. The next Powerball game on Wednesday 8th June will now offer a jackpot worth an advertised $123 million.
07 – 32 – 34 – 48 – 55 – 58 Bonus Ball: 30
The final value of the UK Lotto jackpot on Saturday was just over £14.85 million, and the next draw will boast an even bigger top prize thanks to a fifth consecutive rollover. Two tickets matched five of the main numbers plus the Bonus Ball to win £45,454 each, and another 53 entries won £1,805 each by matching five main numbers only. More than 1.16 million tickets won smaller prizes at the lower levels, and 20 players won £20,000 each in the Lotto Raffle game. The Lotto Millionaire Raffle number, which was worth £1 million to the owner of the ticket which matched the same, was BLUE 7286 4307. The next game on Wednesday will offer a jackpot worth an estimated £16.7 million.