The EuroMillions numbers drawn were 9, 11, 13, 27 and 33, with Lucky Stars 7 and 10. As well as the jackpot winner, there were six participants - including another three from Spain, two from the UK and one from Portugal - who matched five main numbers plus one Lucky Star to win £90,744 (€148,690).
On a good night for players across Europe, a total of 1.9 million other prizes were also given away, ranging from £2.10 (€3.58) for matching two main numbers to £11,528 (€18,889) for matching five main numbers. Take a look at the EuroMillions Results page for a full prize breakdown, plus details of all the supplementary games in different participating countries, from the UK Millionaire Maker to the Swiss Second Chance draw.
Spain Narrows The Gap
Spain is ranked as the second most successful country on EuroMillions in terms of jackpots won, and is now just three behind France after taking its tally to 84 with two more big wins this month. The player from Las Palmas banked €190 million on Friday 6th October after the jackpot reached its cap, and now another lucky ticket holder can start to plan for their future as a multimillionaire.
It has been revealed that the latest winner bought their ticket in the Andalusian town of El Puerto de Santa María, and they just have to make sure they come forward and claim the prize within three months.
The EuroMillions jackpot will reset to €17 million (approximately £15 million) for the next draw on Friday night, and you can try to become the next big winner by choosing numbers online or visiting an authorised retailer. Best of luck!