EuroMillions Results for Friday 20th November 2015
20th November 2015 10:40 PM
An amazing £114.8 million (€163.5 million) was on offer in tonight’s EuroMillions draw - the largest sum the game had seen in over a year, and one lucky player from Portugal scooped the lot, boosting their bank account by nine-figures, changing their lives forever as they became the biggest prize winner of 2015. More than 4 million other participants who threw their hats into the ring also walked away with incredible cash prizes.
The winning numbers are 4, 30, 34, 46 and 49 with Lucky Stars 7 and 8. Eight participants, three from the UK, three from Spain, one from France and one from Ireland, won £276,669 (€355,600) each for matching five main numbers and one Lucky Star, while an additional eight players from the continent matched the five main numbers drawn to snap up €118,533 each.
There were 82 participants who each netted the tidy sum of £4,498 (€5,782) each when they matched four main numbers and both Lucky Stars, while the rest of the prizes in the main game spanned from £3.70 (€4.80) for matching two main numbers to £212.70 (€273.40) for matching four main numbers and one Lucky Star. Have a look at the EuroMillions Results page for tonight’s draw to discover a full prize breakdown as well as the winning codes for Millionaire Maker and My Million in addition to the results for EuroMillions Plus.
Portuguese players have been particularly lucky with big EuroMillions jackpots in 2014 and 2015. A single player from Castelo Branco grabbed a €190 million payout on Friday 24th October 2015, while another ticket holder from the country pocketed the Superdraw jackpot of €100 million on Friday 6th March of this year. Tonight’s lucky player, whether they come from Lisbon or Lourosa, can now claim their spot on the list of big-ticket winners!
On Tuesday 24th November, EuroMillions will come back with a jackpot worth £10 million (€15 million) up for offer to anyone who can pull off a repeat performance and match the entire winning line drawn. Tickets can be purchased online or from authorised retailers in each participating country and will give you the chance to pick up an eight-figure prize. Talk about getting a good return on your initial investment!
Sales of EuroMillions tickets close at 7.30pm GMT (8.30pm CET) on draw nights. Good luck and have fun!
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