With £36m on the table, Brits with Euro Millions lotto tickets will want to check their numbers fast as winning tonight’s draw could change someone’s life
The winning numbers for Friday’s EuroMillions lotto jackpot have been made public, putting a potentially life-altering sum of £36 on the line.
Britons will want to verify their numbers quickly with £36 million on the line since someone’s life could be about to change.
Players had to choose five numbers from 1 to 50 and two Lucky Stars numbers from 1 to 12 to participate in tonight’s EuroMillions draw.
In tonight’s draw, matching only two numbers may get you a prize, and entry only cost £2.50.
The Thunderball draw, on the other hand, has an entry fee of just £1 and offers a top prize of up to £500,000.
Participants had to choose a Thunderball from 1-14 and five main numbers from 1–39.
The lucky numbers and stars for this Friday are: 5, 15, 26, 37, and 49.
The winning numbers for the National Lottery’s Thunderball have also been revealed.
the Thunderball is number 5, and the are: 7, 9, 24, 32, and 36. The winners and prizes will be announced in full soon, according to expectations.
No one has won the top prize, Camelot stated in an update this evening.
This implies that the anticipated £45 million jackpot for Tuesday.
Five main numbers and one lucky star were correctly matched by seven ticket holders around Europe; the prize for each winning ticket in the UK is £70,515.10.
If players are unsatisfied tonight, they can always buy a £2 ticket and play in the Lotto drawing on Saturday.
One of the largest EuroMillions winners ever claimed the astonishing £195 million jackpot last summer.
According to Camelot, the windfall was regarded as the largest National Lottery win ever. It outdid previous winners Joe and Jess Thwaite, who left May £184 million richer.
A lucky lottery winner last month won a portion of a huge £53,413 jackpot without purchasing a single ticket.
Sarah Kendell left with a portion of the enormous earnings and now appears to be on track to have the garden makeover of her dreams.
The 47-year-old Hampshire resident from Waterlooville had been attempting for six years to win some money in the Select My Postcode lottery.
She had checked her numbers every day in vain, but she hadn’t won until this point when she realised she had.
She’s so excited that she’s going to redesign her garden. She also received additional bonuses totaling £63.85.
When an unidentified player won £35 million in April 2016, they became the greatest Lotto winner ever. Two ticket holders made off with £33 million each in January 2016.
Prior to it, three anonymous winners shared a £42,008,610 main Lotto game jackpot that was drawn in January 1996.
Each recipient received £14,002,870.
In 2016, a single ticket also took home £44 million on New Year’s Eve Lotto.
On November 19, 1994, the UK National Lottery held its inaugural drawing. Players contribute 50% of their spending to the prize fund, 28% to charitable organisations, 12% to the government as tax, and 5% to merchants. The lottery has always been run by the remaining 5%.
The success of the EuroMillions in 2023 already seems to be on par with that of the previous year, which Camelot’s Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Advisor at The National Lottery, described as a “fantastic” year for UK EuroMillions players.
UK ticket purchasers earned a total of just over £827 million in EuroMillions jackpot prizes last year.