The winning numbers were 7, 14, 20, 31 and 42 with Lucky Stars 3 and 9 and other prizes ranged from £3.10 (€4) for matching two numbers, up to £2,147 (€2,762) for matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. You can find a full prize breakdown at the EuroMillions Results section, which also contains the Millionaire Maker code that has ensured one UK player is £1 million better off.
The Spanish have now scooped 73 EuroMillions jackpots in the game’s history, just three fewer than the French. Portugal is third on 55, with the UK fourth on 50, the latest of which was the player who banked £93.3 million (€129.2 million) on Friday 12th June. The winner has claimed their prize but has chosen to remain anonymous, wishing to enjoy their life-changing windfall in privacy. You can read about notable EuroMillions winners at the dedicated page.
Tickets are on sale now for Tuesday’s £10 million (€15 million) draw, both online and at authorised retailers. Good luck!