One ticket matched the five main numbers and one Lucky Star to win a prize of €986,670 (£713,667) so we congratulate whoever was fortunate enough to land those second-tier riches. Six tickets won €54,815 (£39,648) each after matching the five main numbers only. There were 29 winning tickets at the fourth-tier prize level on Tuesday and each of those matched four main numbers and two Lucky Star numbers to win €5,671 (£4,102) each. 586 tickets won €245 (£177) each for matching four main numbers and one Lucky Star, and another 1,228 tickets matched four main numbers only to win €117 (£84) each. The total number of prizes won across all prize tiers was 1,574,898.
In the UK the winning Millionaire Raffle number was CFV562568, so whoever had that number on their EuroMillions ticket is now £1,000,000 richer than they were on Monday. As mentioned in our last news item, EuroMillions players in the UK have been very lucky this year, with the last four jackpots all being won by British tickets. Will a ticket purchased in the UK win again this Friday, will a player from another country land the €26 million prize or will the jackpot roll over again?
The answers to these questions won’t be known until the draw takes place, so play EuroMillions today to give yourself the chance of winning and good luck!