No participant managed to scoop the £15.6 (€21.6 million) million top prize on Tuesday and the jackpot has now not been claimed since one ticket holder from Spain earned €21.4 million on Tuesday 7th April. There have still been plenty of big winners in the last couple of draws, with two UK players matching five main numbers and one Lucky Star this past Tuesday to pocket £382,155 each. To find out the breakdown of prizes for recent draws, including the Millionaire Maker codes, check out the EuroMillions Results page.
The jackpot is now starting to build up very nicely again and fans can eagerly anticipate this evening’s draw as they let their minds wander about everything that could be done with such a windfall. Many parts of Europe have been basking in glorious weather this week and it would be great to think that you could enjoy a lifestyle of holidaying in sunny climes all year round. Perhaps you would prefer to look for a spacious new home, drive a sports car or even start a new business, and a big win on EuroMillions would allow you to live out your dreams.
EuroMillions players can also feel proud that good work continues to be done with the money they spend on entering the game. A minimum of 28p of every £1 is donated by the National Lottery towards the Good Causes Fund and £33 billion has been raised since its inception in 1994. It is easy to play and you can buy tickets online or visit any authorised retailer across Europe if you want to be in with a chance of getting rich quick. Best of luck!