Seven tickets matched five main numbers and one of the Lucky Star numbers to win a second-tier consolation prize of €367,987 (£245,597) each. Another 15 tickets matched the five main numbers only to win a third-tier prize of €50,508 (£33,709) each, and 532 more matched four main numbers and both Lucky Star numbers to win €3,833 (£2,558) each. Players in the UK will also be keen to note that the winning Millionaire Raffle number last Friday was RLG667879.
Of the seven numbers drawn in the EuroMillions game last Friday, just one had been previously highlighted as being ‘most overdue’ to make an appearance. That number was 44, so the most overdue main numbers are now 43, 09, 21, 41 and 30. The most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 06 and 01.
We have already said that the total number of prize-winning tickets in the last draw exceeded 4.04 million, and that reflects the huge number of tickets that had been bought for the game. Tuesday is generally a slightly less popular day than Friday for casual EuroMillions players, but with a €126 million jackpot on offer we wouldn’t be surprised if ticket sales were to reach similar levels for the next game on 6 September.
As always, the best way to get involved in EuroMillions is to play online so that your entry is as safe as humanly possible. Buy your tickets today and maybe it will be your numbers which manage to stop the €126 million jackpot rolling any further! Good luck!