EuroMillions Result Leads to £100 Million Jackpot
Last Updated: Wednesday 8th October 2014, 09:55 am
Friday’s EuroMillions jackpot will hit £100 million for the first time since Friday 13th June after no one managed to match all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars in last night’s draw. Although the top prize remained elusive, a plethora of cash amounts were scooped, ranging from £2.80 for the 1,767,466 players who matched two main numbers to a very healthy £333,167 each for four ticket holders who matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star. The main balls drawn last night were 9, 21, 28, 30 and 38 with Lucky Stars 1 and 8.
One UK player is waking up today £1 million richer than they did the previous day having matched the winning code BWD746691 on the Millionaire Raffle, a game which will soon be changing its name to Millionaire Maker and offering amazing non-cash prizes alongside the £1 million haul. For a full prize breakdown, as well as to check how your numbers got on, visit the Results page.
A surge of ticket sales is expected ahead of Friday night’s draw in Paris for the chance to win a hugely exciting nine-figure bounty. If you were to bag the whole jackpot you would certainly have plenty of your own ideas about how to spend the cash, but you could also consider becoming a movie mogul. The Fast and the Furious 6 cost £100 million and that franchise certainly shows no sign of running out of steam. Perhaps you could use your potential winnings to back the next film in the series and give it a personal twist by maybe using battered Morris Minors instead of supercars.
Whatever you plan to do with the money, there are likely to be a significant number of working hours lost across Europe this week as EuroMillions players daydream about splurging the monster jackpot.
EuroMillions tickets are available from authorised retailers but, in order to avoid the lengthy queues that will build over the course of the next few days you could always play online securely and hassle-free. Good luck!
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