There were three tickets that qualified for a second-tier consolation prize of €356,846 (£252,525) each by matching five main numbers and one Lucky Star. Six tickets matched the five main numbers only to win a third-tier prize of €59,474 (£42,088) each. The total number of consolation prize winners was 1,566,746, and there was also one additional winner in the UK who landed a prize of £1 million by matching the number SCJ109157 in the Millionaire Raffle game.
Getting back to the topic of the most overdue EuroMillions numbers, we can tell you that the most overdue main numbers at the time of writing are 08, 35, 32, 46 and 15, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 01 and 03. Those numbers could change after the next draw this Friday 03 February, so be sure to check the latest details on our EuroMillions Statistics page if you want the most overdue numbers for the midweek game next Tuesday. Or simply check back here on Monday for our next news update!
Those of you who have an iPhone may want to download our free EuroMillions iPhone App if you haven’t done so already. The app brings you the very latest results within minutes of each draw taking place and features a couple of other useful tools, namely a Number Checker and a Random Number Generator which can take the hassle out of deciding which numbers to play. There is also access to a complete Archive of EuroMillions results that you may find useful.
Will the first EuroMillions game of February 2012 result in a triple rollover jackpot payout? Play EuroMillions online today and you’ll soon find out! Good luck!
Written by Tim Reynolds