The latest rollover came on Friday night when nobody was able to match the winning numbers of 14, 34, 36, 39 and 48, with Lucky Stars 2 and 3. Three ticket holders matched five main numbers plus one Lucky Star to win €511,561 each, while the other prizes ranged from £3.20 (€5.20) for matching two main numbers to £24,506 (€39,716) for matching five main numbers.
Go to the EuroMillions Results page for a full breakdown of prizes, after more than 2.3 million cash awards were given away on a spectacular night. The Results page also has details of all the supplementary draws held in the different EuroMillions countries.
The EuroMillions jackpot has been growing since an Irish family syndicate scooped €38.9 million (£34.5 million) on Friday 29th December, and there has now been a run of 10 draws without a winner.
It is also the third time in the space of four months that the jackpot has crossed the £100 million barrier. A top prize of €190 (£170.8 million) million was won by a Spanish player on Friday 6th October after the jackpot hit its cap, and then a Swiss participant landed €135.3 million (£119.8 million) on Tuesday 19th December.
How To Spend £101 Million
If you are lucky enough to pocket the next jackpot, you would become one of the biggest winners in the 14-year history of EuroMillions. You could then plan for a bright future of financial security, new houses and the finest cars. Take a look at the page on How to Spend £100 Million for some more extravagant ideas on what to do with a nine-figure fortune.
You need to take part to have a chance of winning, of course, and you can get involved by either buying a ticket from an authorised retailer or picking numbers online. Good luck!