The winning line was 18, 25, 39, 44 and 50 with Lucky Stars 5 and 8. Two participants bagged £368,649 (€483,743) for matching five main numbers and one Lucky Star, with another another eight players matching all five main numbers to win £30,720 (€40,311) each. All other prizes awarded on the night were worth between £3.40 (€4.50) for matching two main numbers and £2,457 (€3,224) for matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars.
A French player has also just snagged €1 million on My Million after matching the winning code of UD 207 5942. Last but not least, a UK player has matched the winning Millionaire Maker code of NSJ900443 to pick up a very welcome £1 million. If you’re interested in learning more about tonight’s draw, a full breakdown of prizes and other important details can be found at the EuroMillions Results page.
Spain took home the largest prize pool on the night, clocking in at a solid €23.9 million shared across 352,123 players, including the jackpot winner. The UK wasn’t far behind where successful entries were concerned, with 350,523 participants picking up a prize pool of £3.1 million, which includes the Millionaire Maker winner.
If you want to be like the Maxwell’s or tonight’s Spanish multimillionaire, make sure you get involved with Friday’s draw and its £10 million (€15 million) jackpot before sales stop at 7.30pm BST (8.30pm CEST) on the night. Pick up EuroMillions tickets online or stop into any authorised retailer near you to buy them in person and start dreaming about what sort of holiday you’d take as a newly-minted millionaire. Good luck!