Visions of Land Rovers, Aston Martins, Porsches and a year’s worth of road tax and insurance danced through the heads of ticket holders, who could probably envision how much better Sunday drives would be in a luxury vehicle as opposed to their old beaters.
The winning numbers from Friday night were 2, 30, 32, 39 and 44 with Lucky Stars 6 and 10. Six participants, including one UK player, matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star to bag £231,385 (€304,007) each, while another 12 participants snagged £38,564 (€50,667) after matching all five main numbers.
All other prizes won in the main game were worth between £3.30 (€4.40) for matching two main numbers and £5,932 (€7,795) for matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. Have a look at the EuroMillions Results page for a full prize breakdown as well as a list of the ten winning Millionaire Maker codes, which have netted their owners a cool £1 million as well as the car of their dreams.
Once again, UK players shared in the largest prize pool of the night, with ticket sales boosted as punters dreamed of getting their hands on either the jackpot or one of the ten incredible Mega Friday prizes. Combining both the main draw and the Millionaire Maker game, 840,775 ticket holders from Portsmouth to Perth and further beyond picked up more than £15.3 million.
Spanish players came in at a distant second, with 476,800 winners sharing a prize pool of €4.6 million, while 437,657 French participants netted a total prize pool worth €4.3 million when the My Million winner was accounted for.
The top prize has now risen to an incredible £53 million (€73 million) for Tuesday’s draw, and if you want to beat the odds and become the last EuroMillions jackpot winner of the month, get those entries in as soon as possible! Tickets are available for purchase online at the Play EuroMillions page or from authorised retailers in any of the countries where EuroMillions tickets are sold. Have fun and good luck!