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EuroMillions Jackpot Soars to £122 Million

EuroMillions Jackpot Soars to £122 Million

This Tuesday’s EuroMillions jackpot will be worth a colossal £122 million (€139 million) following Friday’s draw, in which no player was able to match the numbers required to land a Superdraw sum worth £114.5 million (€130 million). Ticket holders must now refocus their collective attention ahead of the next draw, as one of the largest rewards of the year is dangled tantalisingly for all to see.

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The winning numbers in Friday night’s draw were 13, 18, 37, 44 and 49, with 9 and 12 appearing at the two Lucky Stars. There had been much anticipation ahead of Friday’s Superdraw, especially after a similar event in June produced a jackpot winner at the first time of asking. However, it wasn’t to be, as the game’s premium prize evaded capture with players narrowly missing out on the gigantic nine-figure sum. There have now been a total of 19 Superdraws, 11 of which have resulted in rollovers. 

The draw may not have produced a winner of the top prize, but there was certainly plenty of cheer in the other prize brackets, none more so than in the Match 5+1 tier, as six players each landed a jaw-dropping £223,535 (€354,592). This was the largest number of winners in the game’s second tier since Tuesday 22nd August, when 12 ticket holders each walked away with £37,653 (€64,840).

There were a further 3,662,031 prize winners, each of whom received rewards ranging from £2.70 (€4) for matching two main numbers to £16,441 (€26,081) for correctly predicting the outcome of five main numbers. For a complete prize breakdown and additional draw information, head to the EuroMillions Results page.

The end of the working week did produce plenty of cheer for one EuroMillions fan, who had a million extra reasons to smile. Martin Crighton, a gardener from Suffolk, came forward to claim a UK Millionaire Maker prize of £1 million. The groundsman only contacted National Lottery officials after reading about a missing millionaire in his local area. "Life will just be so much easier now," the 44-year-old told reporters.

For your chance to overshadow Martin’s win by landing a £122 million (€139 million) EuroMillions prize of your own, you can take part in this Tuesday’s draw by picking your numbers online or playing through any authorised retailer in participating countries. Good luck!



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Last Updated: Monday, 18 September 2017 10:10:05+01:00
Published By Euro-Millions.com