LONDON – GAMING – The EuroMillions Superdraw last Friday was a source of dreams and hopes for millions of lottery fans who rushed to buy tickets, trying their luck at the €100 million jackpot. While the top prize was not won, this draw will be remembered with pleasure by millions of participants because of the prizes they cashed in.
EuroMillions SuperDraws are special lottery events you should not miss out on, especially that their top prizes have a guaranteed value of €100 million. Sometimes followed by rollover streaks, this special draws are responsible for Europe’s greatest lottery millionaires, including the famous Brits Colin and Christine Weir, who scooped £161 million back in 2011.
The winning numbers for Friday’s draw were 3, 17, 26, 38, 40 and Lucky Stars 4 & 10. Eight of the participants, 3 of whom are from the UK, got very close to hitting the jackpot, matching the 5 winning numbers and a Lucky Star. Each of them will receive € 328.233. Other ticket holders will take home € 58.352 for having matched 5 of the numbers drawn last Friday night in Paris.
But that’s not all! Last Friday’s draw made a few millionaires due to the fascinating raffles organized together with the EuroMillions draws in the different EuroMillions countries. In the UK, the Millionaire Maker made a new winner. The holder of the ticket with raffle code LPR317686 will cash in £1 million. In France, the My Million raffle brought €1 million to the lucky guy whose ticket featured the raffle code BM3372109.
If we look at the countries organizing the pan-European lottery, we can say for sure that the UK is by far the number one winner of the EuroMillions SuperDraw that took place on Friday, November 6, 2015: 993,895 prize winning tickets were bought in the UK. Their prizes combined have a total value of £ 6.4 million. France ranks second in this top with 876.164 winners, who will share prizes worth €6.3 million. Third place is held by Spain, where there were 719.843 winning tickets, EuroMillions prizes won in Spain totaling €5.7 million.
But the fun continues. EuroMillions jackpot has rolled over, climbing to €111 million! This is the biggest jackpot the European lottery displayed since SuperDraw in June. This is the prize amount displayed by EuroMillions for draw taking place on Tuesday, November 10th 2015. Already picked your numbers? No? Hurry! You can buy EuroMillions tickets, join a syndicate or play with a bundle package on theLotter!