EuroMillions Jackpot of €67 Million Won in Portugal

EuroMillions Jackpot of €67 Million Won in Portugal

A EuroMillions player from Portugal has won €67 million (£57 million) after matching all five main numbers plus both Lucky Stars in the draw on Friday 20th February. It is the second time this year that a jackpot-winning ticket has been sold in Portugal.

The numbers drawn on Friday were 8, 11, 20, 22 and 23, with Lucky Stars 3 and 4. There were more than 2.3 million winning tickets across all 13 prize tiers, but only a single entry matched the full winning line.

Four players won £134,316 (€197,638) after matching five main numbers plus one Lucky Star, while six Match 5 winners also picked up £20,927 (€30,794) each. Go to the EuroMillions Results page for a complete prize breakdown, including the results of supplementary games such as the Millionaire Maker.

Portugal has now had 78 jackpot winners in total, cementing its position as the fourth-most successful country in EuroMillions behind France, the UK and Spain. With two winners of the top prize in 2020, Portugal has already surpassed its total for last year - when only one player from the country pocketed the jackpot.

EuroMillions Statistics

There have been five jackpot winners in the first two months of 2020. Take a look at the Winner Statistics page to find out how many winners have come from all nine participating nations, along with a list of all the jackpots ever won and lots more facts and figures.

It took just four rollovers for the jackpot to reach €67 million (£57 million) following the most recent win on Tuesday 11th February, when an Irish family syndicate scooped €17 million with a ticket bought in Castlebar, County Mayo.

With so many big winners already this year, hopes will be high across Europe for another jackpot success in the next draw on Tuesday night. If you’re considering how to choose your numbers, you may wish to analyse the trends and history of previous results.

Friday’s numbers were all low - the highest of the main numbers was just 23 - while two of the most frequently drawn numbers since 2016 (20 and 23) also appeared. Visit the EuroMillions Statistics page to see the most common, least common and most overdue numbers. You can also find more stats such as common pairs and triplets.

The only way to make sure you have a chance of winning, of course, is to enter the draw. You can take part in the next draw online or head into any authorised retailer.

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Published: Monday, 2 March 2020 - 9:39am
Published By Euro-Millions.com