The winning numbers for 24th February were 7, 23, 34, 42 and 48, plus Lucky Stars 1 and 3. With the grand prize up above €100 million for the first time in 2023, more than 31 million entries were purchased for the draw. Find out a full prize breakdown of everything that happened.
No more information has been released yet about the single French winner, who has 60 days from the draw date to claim their money.
It is France’s first jackpot success of the year, following on from previous wins for Switzerland and Spain. France is now one ahead of the UK again in the list of the luckiest EuroMillions nations, having had 121 jackpot wins since the lottery launched in 2004.
Superdraw on the Way
While the jackpot has only just been won, it is guaranteed to jump back up again this week, with a €130 million Superdraw set to go ahead on Friday 3rd March.
If the jackpot had rolled over on Friday night and again on Tuesday, it could have risen higher than €130 million and the Superdraw would have effectively been postponed.
It is the first Superdraw of the year, and if nobody wins the jackpot it will increase in value and keep climbing until someone matches all the numbers or it reaches its cap of €240 million.
Remember to check the EuroMillions results after every draw to find out if you are a winner, and don’t miss out on the Superdraw for the chance to win €130 million.