The winning numbers were 19, 23, 34, 37 and 45, with Lucky Stars 1 and 7. They proved to be lucky numbers for millions of ticket holders across Europe, with prizes given away in all 13 categories. Go to the EuroMillions Results page to see a full prize breakdown, plus the winning Millionaire Maker code.
It was announced shortly after the draw that the jackpot-winning ticket was sold in Valladolid in Spain, so the wait now begins for the holder of the ticket to come forward. When they claim their prize, they can choose to remain anonymous or go public. Either way, they will be able to start enjoying life as one of the biggest winners ever seen on EuroMillions.
There have only been a couple of larger jackpots since the start of 2020. A couple from France banked €157 million on Tuesday 1st September, while a Spanish participant landed €144 million on 7th July following a Superdraw the previous Friday.
Big Superdraw Winners
Superdraws only take place occasionally – the latest one was the third of the year - and generate an extra buzz of excitement around all nine participating countries because the huge jackpot amount is guaranteed.
The top prize is advertised a few weeks in advance and it will always be boosted to that value on the date of the Superdraw, even if it is significantly lower in the preceding draw or if it has just been won.
Superdraws are only held when the Reserve Fund is sufficiently stocked to pay for the nine-figure jackpot. The top prize can roll over in a Superdraw if there are no tickets that match all the numbers, and the majority of these previous events have resulted in the jackpot pushing upwards.
This year, however, two of the three Superdraws have now been won on the night. A single ticket from Spain also scooped the €130 million jackpot that was put up on Friday 7th February.
There have now been 17 jackpot winners in 2020, with more than three months of the year remaining. You can keep the winning run going by getting an entry in for the next draw now.