Despite the lack of a top tier winner, there were a large amount of EuroMillions prize winners, including an extraordinary 17 ticket holders who matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star to claim £62,732 (€81,741) and thirteen players who banked £27,345 (€35,630) for matching five main numbers. Other cash awards in the main game ranged from £2.70 (€3.50) for matching two main numbers, up to £1,777 (€2,316) for matching four main balls and two Lucky Stars.
A UK player snapped up £1 million courtesy of Millionaire Maker and a French ticket holder is now €1 million richer after winning the My Million supplementary game.
The numbers drawn were 6, 8, 11, 13 and 21 with Lucky Stars 7 and 8 and you can find a full prize breakdown, including the winning Millionaire Maker code, at the EuroMillions Results page.
Attention now turns to Friday night, when EuroMillions will carry a guaranteed €100 million Superdraw jackpot, which works out at about £73 million, depending on the exchange rate. With that much money at your disposal you will instantly be thrust into the stratosphere of celebrities and Premier League footballers, enjoying the finest things in life without having to worry about paying off the credit card bill.
Make sure you snap up your EuroMillions Superdraw tickets right away so you don’t forget – you wouldn’t want to wake up on Saturday morning and find out that someone had claimed a life-changing prize which could have been yours. You can purchased them from authorised retailers in participating countries or you can buy EuroMillions tickets online by visiting the Play EuroMillions page.