The winning numbers were 11, 12, 15, 18 and 44 with Lucky Stars 3 and 9. One player from Spain matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star to scoop up an astonishing €1.4 million, while eight players, one of whom was from the UK, won £45,851 (€58,739) when they matched all five main numbers. All other prizes in the main game were worth between £3.00 (€3.80) for matching two main numbers and £3,275 (€4,195) for matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars.
A UK player is now a millionaire after matching the winning Millionaire Maker code of SCF137734, while a French participant snagged €1 million on My Million. An Irish ticket holder from Dublin grabbed the top prize on EuroMillions Plus, netting themselves a cool €500,000. For a full prize breakdown from the main game, have a look at the EuroMillions Results page for last night’s draw.
The UK had the most prize winners of any participating country, coming in at 673,334, but Spain took home the largest prize pool, with 503,674 players splitting €4.5 million between them. France came in third in terms of prize money and second in terms of winners as 527,864 ticket holders grabbed shares of €3.3 million.
EuroMillions will offer a rollover jackpot on Tuesday 7th July with an estimated value of £22 million (€31 million). For your chance to become a multi-millionaire, make sure that you buy EuroMillions tickets online or from authorised retailers before sales close on Tuesday evening. Good luck!