The number of winning tickets at the second-tier prize level in the EuroMillions game was 13, which proves once again that 13 isn’t always an unlucky number by any means. Each of those tickets won €144,045 (£93,334) for matching the five main numbers and one of the Lucky Star numbers. 12 tickets matched the five main numbers without either Lucky Star to win a third-tier prize of €52,016 (£33,704) each and another 120 tickets matched four main numbers plus both Lucky Stars to win €2,601 (£1,685) each.
Just one of the numbers previously highlighted as being most overdue to make an appearance actually did so, and that was the main number 29. This means that the most overdue main numbers are now 43, 41, 11, 03 and 24, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers are 04 and 07. More information on these and all other numbers used in the EuroMillions game can be found on our EuroMillions Statistics page.
With a double rollover jackpot of around €34 million to play for in the next EuroMillions game this Tuesday it is almost inevitable that demand for tickets will increase. As always, the best way to avoid having to queue for your ticket is to play EuroMillions online – something that also eliminates the risk of your entry being lost or stolen. Play today and good luck in winning the Tuesday EuroMillions double rollover jackpot!