Five lucky players matched all five main numbers and one Lucky Star number to win a consolation prize of €621,600 (around £540,521) each, and ten more matched the five main numbers only (with no Lucky Stars) to secure a third-tier prize of €88,200 (around £58,101) each. 75 players fell one main number short of the jackpot and won €8,400 (around £5,533) each for matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars.
All told, more than 1.57 million EuroMillions prizes were won last Friday, and that doesn’t include the £1,000,000 Millionaire Raffle prize that one UK player won by matching the number TBY718206. As always, a complete breakdown of prizes won in the last draw – and in all previous EuroMillions draws – can be found on our EuroMillions Results page.
After taking the latest EuroMillions results into account, the most overdue main numbers are now 14, 10, 23, 07 and 19, and the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 02 and 04. Will any of those numbers help someone to land the rollover jackpot next Friday 05 November? We won’t know the answer to that question until the draw takes place, but if you play EuroMillions online then your tickets will have just as much chance of making you rich as those belonging to anyone else!
Friday 5 November is Guy Fawkes night in the UK and there will be plenty of firework parties already planned across the country. Our advice to UK players is to consider keeping a firework or two held back so that you can celebrate with a bang if you happen to be one of the next big winners. Have fun and good luck!