Euromillions Jackpot Rolls To a Mammoth £141 Million
Last Updated: Thursday 5th December 2013, 13:19
Last night’s Euromillions draw had a rollover jackpot worth £125 million but as there were no players who managed to match the five main numbers plus both Lucky Stars, attention now turns to Friday’s Euromillions with a jackpot worth a mammoth £141 million.
The Euromillions results from last night’s draw, which can be found on the Euromillions Results page, revealed that 3.6 million players won a prize. As there were no jackpot winners, the first winning prize tier was the match five plus one Lucky Star where 13 players each won £118,797. In addition, there were 21 players who each won £24,513 by matching five numbers, 4,286 players who matched four numbers to each win £52.50 and just over 2.1 million players who matched two numbers to each win £2.60.
The UK is currently in the top spot for the largest Euromillions jackpot wins with Scottish couple Colin and Chris Weir, who matched the winning combination on Tuesday 12th July 2011 to win scoop £161.6 million, and Adrian and Gillian Bayford who won £148.6 million on Friday 10th August 2012. If a UK ticket holder wins the £141 million jackpot on Friday they will join these two lucky couples to become the third largest Euromillions jackpot winner in Euromillions history.
Demand for tickets is expected to soar ahead of Friday’s draw, so why not avoid the queues and purchase your Euromillions tickets online via the Lottery Tickets page and, who knows, you could be the next UK player who turns their ticket into a multi-million pound fortune!