This means that the current EuroMillions jackpot is the largest prize seen so far this year and exceeds the previous 2014 record set on 7th January.
While no top tier winners emerged from last night’s draw, almost three million prizes of between £2.50 (€3.60) and £138.484 (€195,840) were awarded. The nine players who came within just one Lucky Star of the jackpot won £138,484 (€195,840) each and the 14 players who matched all five main numbers won £29,675 (€41,965) each.
Following them, 61 players won £3,405 (€4,815) each for matching four main numbers plus both Lucky Stars and 1,071 players won £169 (€240) each for matching four main numbers plus one Lucky Star. The remaining 2,992,807 winners secured prizes of between £2.50 (€3.60) for matching two main numbers up to £64.20 (€90.70) for matching four main numbers.
A full prize break down from last night’s draw, including the winning UK Millionaire Raffle code, can be found on the EuroMillions Results page.
If you’d like the chance to compete for the largest EuroMillions jackpot seen so far this year, the next draw takes place on Friday 13th and may prove very lucky for someone! As participation is likely to be high, players are advised to purchase their tickets well in advance to avoid the last-minute rush. Alternatively, you can avoid the potentially lengthy queues all together by buying your EuroMillions tickets online via the Play EuroMillions tab.