The winning Superdraw numbers for Friday 2nd December were 12, 21, 35, 39 and 45, with Lucky Stars 6 and 11. Millions of players across the nine participating countries enjoyed success and picked up prizes, but the €130 million jackpot proved to be just out of reach.
See all the draw details, including a breakdown of the prizes won in each nation, plus all the associated results from games such as the UK Millionaire Maker, the Irish Raffle and France’s My Million.
The jackpot will now rise to more than €140 million (£120 million), making Tuesday’s draw one of the biggest in a year that has already turned out to be a record-breaker.
There have been six jackpots of more than £100 million paid out already in 2022. In fact, the last three winners have all scooped nine-figure prizes.
The biggest payday of the lot came back in the height of summer, when a UK ticket holder pocketed £195 million on 19th July after the jackpot hit its limit of €230 million. No further details were ever announced about the winner.
After that record win, the jackpot cap was raised to €240 million (approximately £207 million), so the top prize could now go all the way to its new ceiling and set a new high mark.
Going by recent history, it only takes around three weeks from a Superdraw for the jackpot to reach its cap. If the rollovers continue, it could therefore be a Christmas to remember for EuroMillions fans.
Keep up to date with the progress of the jackpot by checking the EuroMillions Results after every draw. You can find out if there has been a big winner, and whether you’ve landed a prize yourself. To take part, choose your numbers online or buy a ticket from an authorised retailer in a participating country.