The numbers drawn were 17, 35, 39, 47 and 50, with Lucky Stars 6 and 8. The top prize had been increased to a guaranteed €100 million for the first Superdraw since last September, and one lucky participant was rewarded as they matched the full winning line to pocket a life-changing amount of money.
The UK has now had more jackpot winners, three, than any other EuroMillions country in 2017, while the latest success marks the biggest prize to have been won in the UK since changes were made to the game last September. The only time a larger jackpot has been won this year was just a few weeks ago, when a Belgian ticket holder gobbled up €153.8 million (£134.8 million) on Friday 2nd June.
As well as the jackpot winner, there were six players – including another two from the UK - who matched five main numbers plus one Lucky Star to net £200,047 (€312,627) each. Seven participants also won €62,412 after matching five main numbers, while the other prizes given away ranged between £3.10 (€4.80) for matching two main numbers and £2,681 (€4,190) for matching four main numbers and two Lucky Stars.
Visit the EuroMillions Results page to find out more information, including a full prize breakdown and details of all the supplementary games from the different participating countries. On a wonderful night for the UK, two players landed £1 million after matching the night’s winning Millionaire Maker codes.
As the wait begins for Friday’s jackpot winner to come forward, EuroMillions fans can look forward to the next game on Tuesday night. The jackpot will be reset to €17 million (an estimated £14 million), and you can choose numbers online or by visiting an authorised retailer in any of the participating countries. Good luck!