Three EuroMillions tickets matched all five of the main numbers drawn as well as one of the Lucky Star numbers to win a very useful consolation prize of €405,753 (£294,687) each. 12 tickets matched the five main numbers without either of the Lucky Stars and won €33,813 (£24,557) each. The fourth-tier prize level saw 57 tickets win €3,559 (£2,585) each by matching four main numbers and both Lucky Stars.
There were more than 1.75 million tickets that won a EuroMillions prize of some kind on Tuesday, but the biggest prize winner was the UK player who picked up a prize of £1 million by matching the Millionaire Raffle number GMT002729.
We have already mentioned that the Lucky Star numbers on Tuesday were exactly the same as those drawn in the preceding game last Friday, but it is worth pointing out that the number 08 had also been highlighted as one of the Lucky Stars that is most often drawn. It retains that status, with the other most often drawn Lucky Star number being 03. The most often drawn main numbers right now are 50, 04, 19, 12 and 38.
As far as the most overdue numbers are concerned, the main numbers to look out for are 47, 14, 29, 24 and 46, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are currently 05 and 10.
The chance to win a EuroMillions jackpot of €67 million doesn’t come along every week by any means, so if you fancy taking advantage of the opportunity at hand you know what to do – buy your tickets online to beat the rush and let fate decide whether or not they will win you a fortune. Enjoy the game this Friday and good luck!