Just over two million participants snapped up great cash prizes apart from the second UK EuroMillions winner of 2015. The winning line was 8, 20, 24, 28 and 49 with Lucky Stars 8 and 9, with a single continental participant snagging €1,277,754 for matching five main numbers and one Lucky Star. An additional nine players matched all five main numbers to win £36,534 (€47,324) each.
All other participants snapped up cash prizes worth between £3.20 (€4.20) for matching two main numbers and £3,574 (€4,629) for matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars. If you’re keen to know more about a full prize breakdown as well as the winning Millionaire Maker code, have a look at the EuroMillions Results page for this draw.
The UK had by far and away the largest prize pool out of all nine participating national lotteries, with 517,191 participants taking home a cool £57 million in the main draw in addition to £1 million on Millionaire Maker. Spain came in second tonight, with 434,852 ticket holders grabbing a collective €3.1 million.
EuroMillions will be back on Good Friday, 3rd April, with a top prize of £10 million (€15 million), and if you want a last-minute chance to make this the best Easter you’ve ever had, hop over to the Play EuroMillions page to buy tickets online or roll down that hill towards your nearest authorised retailer to pick up entries in person. Sales close at 7.30pm BST (8.30pm CST) on the night of the draw. Good luck and have fun!