16 EuroMillions tickets matched all five of the main numbers without either of the Lucky Stars to secure a third-tier prize of €62,573 (£42,035) each, whilst 87 tickets won their owners €5,754 (£3,865) each by matching four main numbers as well as both Lucky Stars. 2,071 tickets matched four main numbers plus one Lucky Star number to win €211 (£142) each, and the total number of prizes won on Friday was 4,755,453. In the UK, one player won the Millionaire Raffle prize of £1 million by matching the number KJN139799.
Our EuroMillions statistics had put in a good performance in last Tuesday’s draw, and on Friday one more of our most overdue main numbers (49) made an appearance. That means we need to present a revised batch for your consideration as we approach the €111 million game this Tuesday. The most overdue main numbers are now 46, 43, 07, 41 and 47, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers continue to be 06 and 04.
Although everyone had hoped to see the guaranteed €100 million jackpot being won last Friday, there was no rule in place that prevented a rollover from occurring, so it wasn’t a massive surprise when it happened. A rollover was also witnessed in the €29 million EuroJackpot game on Friday, because no player was able to match all five main numbers (05, 12, 21, 43 and 48) as well as both Euro numbers (05 and 06). That outcome means that there will now be a bigger jackpot of around €34 million to play for on Friday 29 March.
It’s been quite a while since we last saw a Tuesday EuroMillions jackpot with an advertised value of nine-figures, so players will be very keen to seize upon the golden opportunity that has arisen. Again, we recommend that you visit this page to buy your tickets as early as possible and avoid the last minute rush. That done, think positive, think big and good luck!