EuroMillions Jackpot Reaches £43 Million After Fifth Rollover!
18th August 2014 12:51 PM
Tuesday’s EuroMillions draw will feature a bumper jackpot prize of £43 million (€54 million) after the top prize rolled over for a fifth consecutive time. While no player managed to match the five main numbers and two Lucky Stars in Friday night’s draw, two players did scoop £496,371 (€687,788) each for matching all five main numbers and one Lucky Star.
The massive jackpot offered on Friday 15th August prompted a sharp increase in ticket sales and produced over 2.4 million winning tickets in total, up by almost half a million from the previous draw. Of those, twelve players won £27,576 (€38,210) each for matching all five main balls and a further 36 players matched four numbers and both Lucky Stars to land £4,596 (€6,368) each.
There were also wins of £152.70 (€211.60) each for 948 players in the fifth tier prize category where players correctly matched four main numbers and one Lucky Star while 2,454 players landed £58.90 (€81.70) each for matching four main balls. The remaining players won prizes worth between £2.40 (€3.30) for matching two main balls and £54.90 (€76.10) for matching three main balls and both Lucky Stars.
The biggest single win came in the Millionaire Raffle, where one lucky player successfully matched the winning code of JQL301077 to take home £1 million.
We’re sure that ticket sales will continue to rise as the jackpot increases in value. For your chance to become a EuroMillions prize winner, make sure you have your tickets ready for tomorrow’s draw. EuroMillions tickets can be purchased online via the Play EuroMillions page, in person at an authorised retailer or through the EuroMillions app, which can be downloaded on iPhone and Android devices for free. Good luck!
Written by Matthew Swift
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