The numbers drawn on Friday 6th April were 1, 29, 33, 45 and 47, with Lucky Stars 4 and 8. Over 1.9 million players across Europe picked up prizes, including two ticket holders who matched five main numbers plus one Lucky Star to win €614,190 each. Seven players won €40,872 for matching five main numbers, and the remaining prizes ranged from £3 (€4.90) for matching two main numbers to £2,484 (€3,998) for matching four main numbers and two Lucky Stars.
Go to the EuroMillions Results page for more information about the latest draw, including a full breakdown of all the prizes won and details about all the supplementary draws from the different participating countries.
Switzerland has now produced 17 jackpot winners since EuroMillions was launched in 2004, including two in the last four months. The last Swiss winner set a new national record for the country’s largest lottery prize when they bought a ticket in Zurich for the draw on Tuesday 19th December 2017 and ended up taking home CHF157 million (€135.3 million/£119.8 million).
Prior to December’s success, there had not been a Swiss winner since March 2014. Go to the EuroMillions Winners page to see a table of how many winners there have been from each country.
Jackpots in 2018
The EuroMillions jackpot was last won on Tuesday 13th March, by a player from Portugal who snapped up €61.5 million (54.6 million). Two ticket holders - one from the UK and one from Spain - also split a top prize of £155.5 million (€177.7 million) on Friday 23rd February.
The jackpot will now reset to €17 million (£14 million) for the next draw on Tuesday night, but it will not be long before another extraordinary nine-figure sum is on offer. A Superdraw has been scheduled for Friday 20th April, increasing the top prize to a guaranteed €130 million (approximately £113 million).
If you want to give yourself a chance of winning a prize in the next big draw, you can visit an authorised retailer in any participating country or take part online. Good luck!