No Winner in Friday’s Draw Means Triple EuroMillions Rollover Jackpot
11th August 2014 10:13 AM
Tuesday night’s EuroMillions jackpot is worth £29 million (€37 million) after the previous three draws failed to produce a top-tier winner. Although no players scooped the top prize in Friday’s draw, four ticket holders, including one from the UK, did manage to win £256,541 (€355,306) each for matching five numbers and one Lucky Star.
The winning numbers from the draw were 21, 29, 35, 43 and 46 with Lucky Stars 1 and 9. The next biggest winners came in the third-tier prize category, with 11 players each landing windfalls of £31,095 (€43,067) for matching all five of the main balls drawn. There were also significant wins for the 42 players who matched four main numbers and both Lucky Stars to scoop a fourth-tier prize of £4,072 (€5,639).
Elsewhere, over two million ticket holders won prizes ranging from £3.30 (€4.50) for matching just two main numbers up to £204.10 (€282.70) for matching four main numbers and one Lucky Star. While the main draw may not have produced any millionaires, there was a lucky winner in the UK Millionaire Raffle who matched the winning code of GQB228900 to land a guaranteed £1 million.
The next EuroMillions draw should see an increase in ticket sales as players dream of winning the £29 million (€37 million) triple rollover jackpot. The only way to be in with a chance of scooping the jackpot, or any one of the other prizes on offer, is to pick up a ticket for tomorrow night’s draw.
EuroMillions tickets can be purchased up until 19.30 BST / 20.30 CEST on the day of the draw. If you’re hoping to beat the odds and scoop the jackpot prize, then make sure that you buy your tickets online via the Play EuroMillions page or from an authorised retailer in any of the participating European countries.
Written by Matthew Swift
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