EuroMillions Results for Tuesday 22nd July 2014
Last Updated: Wednesday 23rd July 2014, 11:16 am
Friday’s EuroMillions draw will offer players a double rollover jackpot worth an estimated £24 million (€31 million) after last night’s draw saw no winners in either of the top two prize tiers. Remarkably, this was only the second EuroMillions draw of the year to see this outcome, with the first instance being on Tuesday 18th February.
The results from last night’s draw were 1, 24, 43, 45 and 50 with the Lucky Stars 5 and 8, which resulted in almost 1.5 million prizes being awarded to lucky players.
In the first winning prize tier, five players matched five main numbers to win an impressive £184,181 (€256,211) each, making them the third largest Match 5 prizes awarded in EuroMillions so far this year. The lucky quintet were followed by 43 ticket holders who matched four main numbers plus both Lucky Stars to win £2,677 (€3,724) each and 563 players who matched four main numbers plus one Lucky Star to win £178.90 (€248.80) each.
The remaining 1,422,083 prizes were worth between £3.40 (€4.80) for matching two main numbers and £95.70 (€133.10) for matching four main numbers. A full prize breakdown, including the winning UK Millionaire Raffle code, can be found on the EuroMillions Results page.
If you’d like the chance to compete for Friday’s double rollover jackpot, tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online via the Lottery Tickets tab or in person from an authorised retailer. Playing EuroMillions online removes any possibility that a ticket can be lost, stolen or damaged and the online system notifies players if they win.
One such player who chose not to play online is worryingly close to missing out on a £168,155 second tier prize. The unclaimed prize, which expires at 11pm tonight, was won in the EuroMillions draw held on Friday 24th January. The winning ticket was purchased in the Bexley area of London and matched five main numbers (5, 19, 34, 35, and 41) plus one Lucky Star (either 1 or 5).
Did you purchase a EuroMillions ticket in Bexley for a draw back in January? If so, now is the time to turn the house upside down to find any old tickets as you could be the missing winner!