Because two tickets won the jackpot last Friday, the top prize will be shared equally, making each one worth €64.8 million (around £56 million). That is still a staggering amount of money, and it is far more than most people will even see in several lifetimes, let alone spend, but the EuroMillions game delivered it in a matter of minutes to the lucky winners.
12 other EuroMillions players matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star and won €570,771 (around £395,256) each, and 20 more matched just the five main numbers to win €97,185 (around £67,300) each. Even those players who only matched four main numbers and the two Lucky Stars (there were 234 such players) managed to win themselves a nice prize worth €5,933 (around $4,109) each, so there were plenty of happy faces across Europe. In fact, when you total up all of the EuroMillions prizes that were won last Friday, you discover that it exceeds 3.7 million!
Whilst the latest jackpot win has probably sated the appetite of the big winners in Spain and the UK, everyone else can look forward to a brand new chance to win a life-changing sum this Friday 19 February. The EuroMillions jackpot will be worth €15 million (around £13 million), so if having that kind of money in your bank account appeals to you, be sure to play EuroMillions online today!