Single Ticket Wins EuroMillions
17th November 2009 9:41 AM
The EuroMillions jackpot of €16.5 million (around £14.8 million) on Friday 13 November, 2009, was won by a single ticket. In some countries Friday the 13th is said to be unlucky, but that certainly wasn’t the case for the person who bought the jackpot-winning EuroMillions ticket. The winning numbers that disproved the famous superstition actually included the ‘unlucky’ number – they were 13, 15, 25, 26 and 32, and the two Lucky Star numbers were 03 and 04.
The jackpot winner wasn’t the only player to have some good luck last Friday. Ten players matched the five main numbers and one Lucky Star number to win €383,165 (around £341,675) each. Another 14 players matched the five main numbers only and won €77,668 (around £69,257) each. In total, more than 2.36 million EuroMillions prizes were won.
Last Friday also saw the first ever Millionaire Maker draw for EuroMillions players in the UK. The Millionaire Raffle guarantees that one UK EuroMillions player will become a millionaire each week (thanks to a separate draw that takes place prior to the main EuroMillions draw) so the first such millionaire has now been created. Those of you who aren’t in the UK can console yourselves with the fact that your EuroMillions tickets are slightly cheaper because there is no Millionaire Raffle game included in your entry.
The main EuroMillions jackpot has now been reset and will therefore be worth a minimum of €15 million (around £13 million) this Friday 20 November. If you like using EuroMillions Statistics to help you choose your selections then we can tell you that the most overdue main numbers are 27, 01, 28, 03 and 48. The most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 01 and 07.
Will you be the next big jackpot winner? Play EuroMillions online today and you’ll soon find out!
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