4th June 2012 8:43 AM
There was no jackpot winner in the Friday EuroMillions game despite two of our ‘most overdue’ numbers making an appearance. The EuroMillions results for Friday 1 June were 02, 04, 14, 26 and 36, with 09 and 10 being drawn as the Lucky Stars. The main number 14 and the Lucky Star 10 were the ones that our EuroMillions Statistics page had flagged up as being most overdue to be drawn, but their appearance didn’t help anyone to land the jackpot of €120 million (£97 million). That means the jackpot rolled over for the tenth draw in a row and the next jackpot this Tuesday 5 June will be worth around €132 million (£106 million).
6 tickets matched the five main numbers with one of the Lucky Stars to win €473,810 (£340,774) each, and 14 tickets matched the five main numbers without either Lucky Star to win €67,687 (£48,682) each. There were 70 winning tickets at the fourth-tier prize level, and each of those won €6,769 (£4,868) by matching four main numbers as well as both Lucky Stars. The total number of EuroMillions tickets that won a prize of any kind on Friday was 4,546,468, which reflects the higher-than-average number of tickets that were sold for the game. One ticket purchased in the UK won a prize of £1,000,000 by matching the Millionaire Raffle number KQZ010341.
The most overdue main numbers for the next EuroMillions game this Tuesday are 42, 07, 23, 18 and 45, and the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 04 and 06. As the results last Friday demonstrated, having one or two overdue numbers appear doesn’t guarantee that the jackpot will be won by any means, but it can still be useful as far as landing consolation prizes is concerned!
We congratulate everyone who won a prize in the Friday EuroMillions game, and look forward to seeing how players fare with the €132 million jackpot this Tuesday. Play EuroMillions online today and you just might be the one who brings the current series of rollovers to an end! Good luck!
Written by Tim Reynolds
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