The winning EuroMillions numbers for Friday 29th May were 3, 4, 20, 45 and 48 with Lucky Stars 6 and 8. Three players, two from the UK and one from Belgium, picked up £381,983 (€499,345) for matching five main numbers and one Lucky Star, while an additional eight participants matched five main numbers to grab £47,747 (€62,418). The rest of the cash prizes awarded in the main game were worth between £3.30 (€4.40) for matching two main numbers and £6,585 (€8,609) for matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. Visit the EuroMillions Results page to access a full prize breakdown from the draw.
In the UK, ten ticket holders matched the following winning Millionaire Maker codes to pick up £1 million and a five-star weekend getaway in London:
The average UK prize in the main EuroMillions draw was £6.77. Over 741,000 Brits shared in a prize pool worth a whopping £5 million, leaving the other participating countries in the dust. Spain was a distant second, with 427,674 ticket holders collecting a prize pool worth €3.2 million, while France was in third place as 401,043 participants shared €2.9 million between them.
The EuroMillions jackpot for Tuesday 2nd June is worth an estimated £15 million (€21 million) and the draw on Friday 5th June will feature an attractive Superdraw jackpot of €100 million (estimated £70 million). Whether you’re keen to grab Tuesday’s top prize or you’re holding out for Friday’s potential windfall, make sure you buy EuroMillions tickets online or from authorised retailers as soon as possible. Good luck!