French and Belgian Players Land Second-Tier EuroMillions Prizes

French and Belgian Players Land Second-Tier EuroMillions Prizes

Friday’s EuroMillions draw for £32 million came and went on Royal wedding weekend without sparking any wild celebrations in the UK. However, although there weren’t any UK winners in the top two prize tiers on 18th May, there was success elsewhere in Europe as the jackpot rolled over to £39 million.

Success Across The Channel

The UK came to a standstill at the weekend as citizens across the nation celebrated the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Hopes were high that EuroMillions players could begin the historic weekend in style by landing the £32 million jackpot on offer, and although there were 487,713 winners on the night, it wasn’t to be as the top prize rolled over to £39 million.

The winning numbers on Friday night were 5, 8, 10, 13 and 31, alongside the Lucky stars 3 and 6. The biggest UK winners from the draw were four players who matched all five main numbers to take home £9,774 each. They now have 180 days from the date of the draw to come forward and claim their prize, with tickets valid until Wednesday 14th November.

Furthermore, the UK’s supplementary draw, UK Millionaire Maker, crowned two millionaires after the codes TQHH79028 and ZQHC86169 were drawn. Check your codes on our EuroMillions Checker page.

There was even bigger cause for celebration across the Channel as four French ticket holders and two players from Belgium took home €175,512 (£153,769) each after matching five numbers plus one Lucky Star. One French participant also become a millionaire after the code FA2051153 was drawn in the supplementary My Million draw. A Belgian ticket holder matched the numbers 1, 4, 5, 2, 1 and 9, plus the Ram constellation to win €1 million in the additional Belgium Joker+ draw.

Generate A Random Line Of Numbers

If you’re struggling to pick your numbers ahead of Tuesday’s draw, our Number Generator can provide you with a random line to use in a matter of seconds. You can generate a new set of numbers as many times as you like and produce more than one line if you wish.

Many players have a ritual for picking numbers, from playing the same line in every draw to choosing numbers based on key events such as birthdays, so using our online function could be a refreshing change if it isn’t a tool you normally use for EuroMillions draws.

Join A Syndicate For £39 Million

Tuesday’s EuroMillions jackpot currently stands at an estimated £39 million following Friday’s triple rollover, and you can be in with a chance of landing the eight-figure windfall by joining an online syndicate ahead of the draw.

You can join a syndicate from the comfort of your own home without having to head to an authorised ticket retailer. Your tickets are also safely and securely stored in your online account, so subscribe today and you could become the game’s eighth jackpot winner of the year.

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Published: Monday, 21 May 2018 14:06:03+01:00
Published By Euro-Millions.com