The winning EuroMillions numbers were 2, 9, 21, 35 and 46 with Lucky Stars 2 and 11. In addition to the jackpot winner, eight participants, four of them British, picked up £140,348 (€182,139) when they matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star. Another 14 players matched five main numbers to pocket £26,732 (€34,693) each. Over 2.2 million other ticket holders snapped up amounts worth between £3.20 (€4.10) for matching two main numbers and £3,898 (€5,059) for matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. A full prize breakdown can be found at the EuroMillions Results page for the draw, which includes the winning Millionaire Maker code.
France’s jackpot win put the country in first place in terms of prize pools, with 404,306 participants snagging a combined €43.8 million. However, the UK had the largest number of winners, with 645,896 ticket holders sharing £4.3 million. Spain had 425,770 winners who split a pool of €3.1 million.
While France currently tops the leaderboard for EuroMillions winners, Spain isn’t far behind with 74 winners. In third place is Portugal, where 56 players have enjoyed considerable success since October 2004. The UK is sitting in fourth place with 50 jackpot winners. Last but not least is Luxembourg with just two winners. Visit the Winners page to see how other countries have fared.
The jackpot has now reset to £10 million (€15 million) for the draw on Tuesday 28th July, and Mega Friday is right around the corner on Friday 31st July. If you’re ready to see your home country move up through the ranks while you claim a life-changing amount of cash, make sure you buy tickets online or from authorised retailers before sales close at 7.30pm BST (8.30pm CEST) on draw nights. Good luck!