The Super Jackpot event on 3rd March saw the top prize bumped up to nine figures, making it the largest draw of the year so far. The winning numbers were revealed to be 3, 6, 8, 24 and 50, with Lucky Stars 10 and 11.
Millions of players across Europe were rewarded across the 13 prize categories, but no tickets proved to be a perfect match for the full winning line. Check out the draw details to find out about how many winners came from each country. You can also get the results to all the associated games such as Millionaire Maker.
What Happens Now?
It is already the largest jackpot of the year, eclipsing the €102 million that was won by a French player just a week earlier on Friday 24th February.
The jackpot will now be carried over to the next draw and increase in value as more tickets are sold over the next few days. It will continue to grow until someone matches all the numbers, or until it reaches its limit of €240 million.
It may only take a handful of draws to hit the jackpot cap if it continues to remain out of reach, setting up the chance for a historic win later this month.
The record for the biggest EuroMillions win currently belongs to the anonymous UK player who pocketed £195 million (€230 million) in July 2022.
All of the top six jackpots in history have come in the last three years, since the fixed cap of €190 million was scrapped and replaced by a moveable ceiling. The limit now increases by €10 million each time it is won.
Remember to take part in Tuesday’s draw for the chance to win the huge jackpot, and check the results on Euro-Millions.com as soon as they are available.