EuroMillions Jackpot Rolls to €24 / £20 Million
21st November 2013 11:36 AM
There is a EuroMillions rollover jackpot worth €24 / £20 million to play for on Friday after players in Tuesday’s draw failed to match the five main numbers and two Lucky Stars. However, despite there being no jackpot winners, there were still over 1.4 million ticket holders to win a prize.
The numbers drawn on Tuesday were 14, 15, 19, 36 and 45 with Lucky Stars 1 and 10. Four ticket holders, three of whom purchased their tickets in Spain, matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star to each win €245,427 (approximately £205,853). A further seven ticket holders each won €46,748 / £32,420 by matching five main numbers while 19 players matched four numbers and one Lucky Star to each win €8,611 / £5,972.
In addition to the winners in the main draw, one lucky UK ticket holder matched the Millionaire Raffle number RNF941546 to win £1 million. To view a full prize breakdown from Tuesday’s draw, visit the EuroMillions Results page.
For your chance to start the weekend as a EuroMillions winner make sure you have your tickets ready for tomorrow’s draw. EuroMillions tickets can be purchased online by visiting the Buy Tickets page or in person from an authorised retailer.
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A special UK Millionaire Raffle prize worth £12 million will expire on Wednesday 27th November 2013 if the ticket holder doesn’t come forward to claim their winnings before this date.
The prize was won on Friday 31st May 2013 in a special edition of the draw where, instead of the usual £1 million prize, players had the chance to win £1 million every month for a year. The winning ticket was purchased in Ladywood, Birmingham and matched the raffle number JRG437445 to win the £12 million prize.
With the deadline looming, we advise players who purchased a EuroMillions ticket in the Ladywood area for the draw on 31st May to check their tickets immediately to see if they are the lucky player who matched the code. Further information regarding this unclaimed prize can be found on the EuroMillions News page.
Written by Matthew Swift
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