Friday’s EuroMillions Jackpot is Worth €63 / £53 Million
19th December 2013 12:10 PM
Friday’s EuroMillions jackpot is worth €63 / £53 million after ticket holders in Tuesday’s draw failed to match the five plus two combination drawn. Although there were no top prize winners in Tuesday’s draw, the results revealed that there were over 1.8 million players who did win a prize.
The EuroMillions numbers from Tuesday’s draw were 6, 8, 27, 37 and 41 with the Lucky Stars 7 and 10. Five ticket holders, one of whom purchased their ticket in the UK, matched all five main numbers and one Lucky Star to each win €232,157 / £160,184. A further three ticket holders won €128,976 / £88,991 each by matching five main numbers and 32 players matched four main numbers and two Lucky Stars to win €6,045 / £,4171. In addition to the main winners, one lucky UK EuroMillions ticket holder won £1 million by matching Tuesday’s Millionaire Raffle number BQB549509.
For your chance to become a winner in tomorrow night’s EuroMillions draw, make sure you have your tickets ready. EuroMillions tickets can be purchased online via the Buy Tickets page or in person from an authorised retailer.
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Time is running out for a EuroMillions winner to come forward and claim their prize before it expires on Sunday 29th December 2013. The prize in question is worth £56,678 and was won by a player who purchased their ticket in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Unfortunately the winner did not purchase their ticket online and may have lost or discarded their ticket before checking the numbers drawn on Tuesday 2nd July 2013. The ticket matched the five main numbers and one Lucky Star drawn to win £56,678 and the winning numbers from the draw were 11, 13, 14, 28 and 30 with the Lucky Stars 4 and 5.
With the deadline just over a week away, we advise players who purchased a ticket around the time of the draw to check their tickets immediately to see if they are the missing winner. The winning ticket holder has until 23.00 GMT on Sunday 29th December 2013 to claim their prize before it expires and is added to the Good Causes fund.
Written by Matthew Swift
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