There were ten winning tickets at the second-tier prize level and each of those won €185,085 (£129,713) for matching all five main numbers and one of the Lucky Star numbers. There were also ten winning tickets at the third-tier prize level, and the owners of those tickets won €61,695 (£43,238) each by matching the five main numbers without either Lucky Star number.
37 tickets won €8,337 (£5,843) each after matching four main numbers along with both Lucky Stars, and 1,204 tickets matched four main numbers and one Lucky Star to win €224 (£157) each. The total number of EuroMillions prizes won last Friday was 3,116,343, and we expect that many of the winners involved will now be hoping – along with everyone else – to win an even bigger prize this Tuesday.
The most overdue main numbers are still 08, 35, 32, 46 and 15, but the most overdue Lucky Star numbers have now changed to 03 and 07. It will be interesting to see if that number 07 proves to be lucky enough to help someone win the jackpot outright in the next EuroMillions draw on the 7th of February, and we bet there will be at least a handful of players who choose to enter 7 lines of numbers just to try and seal the deal.
Will anyone succeed in winning the €53 million midweek jackpot or will it roll yet again? We’ll find out on Tuesday, so play EuroMillions online to give yourself a fighting chance and good luck!