Seven tickets missed out on sharing the jackpot by just one Lucky Star number, so those tickets had to settle for a second-tier prize of €267,079 (£193,218) each. Six tickets matched the five main numbers without either Lucky Star to win €103,864 (£75,140) each. There were 74 tickets that matched four main numbers and both Lucky Stars to win €4,211 (£3,046) each at the fourth-tier prize level, and the total number of prizes won across all prize levels was 3,084,921. In the UK another lucky player won £1 million by matching the number SHY258723 in the Millionaire Raffle game.
It is interesting to note that there hasn’t been two consecutive EuroMillions jackpot wins since June, so if the last few weeks are anything to go by we could well expect a rollover in the next game this Tuesday. That said, lottery games are always full of surprises, so maybe the Tuesday game will finally give us the consecutive jackpot win we’ve been waiting for.
The most overdue main numbers according to our EuroMillions Statistics page are now 09, 41, 47, 22 and 32, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 01 and 09. For those of you who like to follow the numbers that are most often picked, the main numbers to look out for are 50, 12, 04, 19 and 38, and the most often picked Lucky Star numbers are 03 and 05.
Will the EuroMillions jackpot be landed again this Tuesday, or will the recent pattern of each win being followed by a jackpot rollover continue to hold? We won’t know the answer to that question until after the draw, so enter your numbers for the Tuesday EuroMillions game today and good luck!