11 players did match the five main numbers and one of the Lucky Star numbers to win a hefty consolation prize worth €348,880 (around £238,034) each, and 12 more players matched the five main numbers but no Lucky Stars to win €90,756 (around £61,921) each. The fourth-tier prize for matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars was €5,051 (around £3,446) and there were 154 such prizes paid out. Overall, more than 2.22 million EuroMillions prizes were won, so there were plenty of people who had at least some amount of profit to celebrate.
As far as the EuroMillions Statistics were concerned, the number 06 was previously highlighted as one of the most overdue main numbers, so it was nice to see the overdue numbers once again helping players get at least a little closer to winning a prize. If you think that one or more overdue numbers might make an appearance in the quad rollover draw then the most overdue main numbers to look out for are 48, 02, 47, 15 and 13. The most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 01 and 07.
The number 7 is traditionally viewed as being quite a lucky one, so having a €77 million jackpot to play for on 7 May will be something that looks like a very good omen to many players. Whether that particular superstition helps you to become the next big winner is something that you won’t know until the draw takes place this Friday, so play EuroMillions online today and good luck!