Nearly 4.3 million ticket holders won prizes on the night for matching some - or all - of the winning line, which was 23, 30, 47, 49 and 50 with Lucky Stars 2 and 7. Nine participants, four of whom were from the UK, won £241,406 (€315,070) when they matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star. Ten players matched all five main numbers to win a tidy £72,422 (€94,521) each, while another 83 players snapped up £4,362 (€5,694) for matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars.
The remaining players who won cash prizes bagged amounts worth between £3.50 (€4.50) for matching two main numbers and £182.90 (€238.70) for matching four main numbers and one Lucky Star. Have a look at the Results Page to see more details of Friday’s Superdraw extravaganza, including the winning Millionaire Maker code and a full prize breakdown.
The UK had the largest number of winners in the main game, clocking in with 1,052,419 ticket holders grabbing prizes. France came in at a close second, with 904,091 players picking up cash amounts of some kind. Spain came in third place with 899,944 prize winners. Sales for the Superdraw were brisk, with over 59 million played combinations entered into the draw for Friday.
Your next chance to strike it rich on EuroMillions will come on Tuesday 10th March, when the jackpot will be worth £10 million (€15 million). Ticket sales have now reopened and you can grab entries online or in person from retailers in participating countries. Think that it’s time for you to win big, just like Friday’s lucky winner? If so, make your way to the Play EuroMillions page to buy tickets online, or visit any authorised retailer in participating EuroMillions countries to buy tickets in person. Have fun and good luck!