The EuroMillions numbers to feature in Tuesday’s draw were 8, 15, 25, 27 and 42, with 1 and 4 appearing as the Lucky Stars. Despite no one landing the jackpot, four ticket holders, two from the UK and one each from Portugal and Austria, successfully landed the Match 5+1 prize to scoop £220,475 (€334,479). There were also eight lucky recipients of a Match 5 reward of £25,675 (€38,952), four of whom played in France, with two UK ticket holders, one from Ireland and another in Spain.
The draw proved prosperous for another 2,448,394 players, each of whom walked away with prizes ranging from £2.70 (€4.00) for matching two main numbers to £1,969 (€2,989) for correctly predicting four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. For a full prize breakdown and additional draw information, visit the EuroMillions Results page.
The jackpot may not have been scooped, but that didn’t stop a whole host of players cashing in on one of EuroMillions’ many supplementary games. Three UK-based Millionaire Maker winners not only landed themselves a prize of £1 million, but they also managed to win a luxury two-week trip to Japan thanks to the first Mega Week draw of May. There were also big wins in France, where one fortuitous lottery fan scooped €1 million in the My Million draw, and ten Irish ticket holders pocketed €5,000 apiece in the Ireland Only Raffle draw.
Of course, with no jackpot winner this time around, players from all nine participating countries across Europe will be dusting themselves down and preparing to go again this Friday. So, if you would like to be in with a chance of winning the £112 million (€129 million) prize on offer, you can pick your numbers online or play via any authorised retailer. Good luck!