Tuesday's EuroMillions Draw Sees Largest Match 5 Prize in Game's History
20th February 2014 2:38 PM
Tuesday’s EuroMillions draw was one to remember as the Match 5 prize was the largest ever to be won in the game’s ten year history. Due to there being no winners in the second tier, the prize pool rolled down to the Match 5 tier and resulted in the prize pool increasing to an impressive £932,914 which was shared between two lucky ticket holders who each won £466,457 (€649,098).
The EuroMillions numbers from Tuesday’s draw were 23, 26, 36, 37 and 49 with Lucky Stars 6 and 7. Other prizes won in Tuesday’s draw ranged from £3.40 (€4.80) for matching just two main numbers up to £3,239 (€4,507) for matching four main numbers and two Lucky Stars. In the Millionaire Raffle draw, one lucky UK ticket holder matched the code XWV082694 to win the £1 million prize. You can view the full prize breakdown from Tuesday’s draw on the EuroMillions Results page.
The jackpot eluded players in Tuesday’s draw and so is worth £20 million (€25 million) in tomorrow night’s draw. With a £20 million jackpot at stake, Euro-Millions.com asked players on Facebook if they were to win the top prize whether their first purchase would be a house, car or holiday. While many people said they would buy all three, John Armitage said he would get an architect to design a sea view mansion then travel the world while the house was built.
Join the conversation now on the Euro-Millions.com Facebook page to share with us what your first purchase would be if you became a EuroMillions jackpot winner.
Written by Matthew Swift
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