The EuroMillions draw on 11 November was also auspicious (though perhaps to a lesser degree) for more than 3.63 million other EuroMillions prizewinners. 8 tickets won €253,535 (£176,177) each by matching the five main numbers as well as one Lucky Star, and 15 other tickets matched five main numbers without either Lucky Star to win €45,073 (£31,320) each. There were 170 winners at the fourth-tier prize level and each of those won €1,989 (£1,382). In the UK, the winning Millionaire Raffle number QTK931971 made one player £1 million richer than he or she had been previously.
No details of this latest EuroMillions jackpot winner have been released, but we do know that the winning ticket was purchased in Switzerland, so if you happen to be located in that country and you haven’t yet checked your numbers, now would be a very good time to do so!
Now that the EuroMillions jackpot – which had rolled over in the five draws leading up to last Friday – has been won, the jackpot for the next game this Tuesday 15 November has been reset and will be worth €15 million (around £12 million). The most overdue main numbers (for those of you who like to take note of such things) are 03, 24, 07, 13 and 10, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 06 and 10.
However you like to choose your numbers, play EuroMillions online and in less than 48 hours time you just might have become the next lucky EuroMillionaire. Enjoy the game and good luck!