The winning jackpot ticket was sold in Campo de Criptana region of Ciudad Real, in the province Santa Ana and the winner has yet to come forward to claim their new found fortune. This win now puts France and Spain on a par with two jackpot wins each so far this year.
Following the jackpot winner, there were a further 2,382,502 ticket holders who won a prize in Friday’s draw. In the second prize tier, one ticket holder from France and another from the UK matched all five main numbers to each win €773,660 / £553,637 while in the Match 5 tier ten players, including three from Spain, each won €51,577 / £36,909. The full prize breakdown from Friday’s draw can be found on the EuroMillions Results page.
As the top prize was won in Friday’s draw, the jackpot has reset to €15 / £12 million for tomorrow night’s draw.
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We would like to remind visitors that the Euro-Millions.com Big Holiday Giveaway ends on Friday. To be in with a chance of winning £1,000 towards a holiday of your choice, all you need to do is Like the Euro-Millions.com Facebook page and complete the entry form on the Competitions page before 12 noon on Friday 14th February.
The prize draw will take place on Friday afternoon and one lucky entrant will be selected at random to win £1,000 worth of holiday vouchers!