Six tickets matched all five of the main numbers drawn as well as one of the Lucky Star numbers to win the biggest EuroMillions consolation prize, and on Tuesday that was worth €277,226 (£196,797) to each second-tier winner. Another nine tickets won €61,606 (£43,733) each by matching the five main numbers only.
At the fourth-tier prize level, 61 tickets matched four main numbers and both Lucky Stars to win €4,545 (£3,226) each. 1,022 tickets won €237 (£168) each by matching four main numbers and one Lucky Star, whilst 2,065 tickets matched four main numbers only to win €117 (£83) each. There were more than 2.66 million prizes won across all of the pay-out levels, and in the UK a separate Millionaire Raffle prize of £1 million was won by a ticket matching the number LPL345434.
One of the most overdue main numbers appeared on Tuesday (the number 24) so the revised most overdue main numbers to look out for are 47, 14, 46, 45 and 12. The most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 01 and 04. As far as the most often picked numbers are concerned, the main numbers in that category are 50, 04, 19, 38 and 12, and the Lucky Star numbers most often picked are 03 and 08.
There have now been nine consecutive rollovers in the EuroMillions game, and this Friday we will find out if that trend will continue or whether someone will manage to win the €119 million that is currently on offer. Play EuroMillions online by visiting this page and you just might be the person who brings the rollover trend to a life-changing end! Good luck!