Friday’s EuroMillions Superdraw failed to produce a winner. Now the jackpot has risen to an amazing €143m (£122m) for the draw to be held on Tuesday 28 September. Will a ticket make its owner(s) a multi-millionaire?
EuroMillions UK Jackpot & Results
How to Play EuroMillions
Choose 5 main numbers from 1–50 and 2 Stars from 1–12.
To win the jackpot you must match all 5 numbers and 2 Stars.
Draws take place on Tuesday,Friday.
Find more information about EuroMillions.
View the latest EuroMillions results.
By playing system games, you can generate multiple lines of lottery numbers quickly, without having to pick each one manually. To play a system, pick 6 or more numbers and every possible combination will be entered into the draw.
The more numbers you play in a system, the more chances you have to win, as you will enter more lines into the draw. You also have the chance of winning multiple prizes, as each line is generated from the same range of numbers.
For example, if you select 8 numbers, then 56 combinations would be generated in total.
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Friday, September 24, 2021 EuroMillions numbers and draw results
March of this year saw Neil and Sue Smart from Seaton in East Devon, England, win a £1 million EuroMillions prize. Since then, they have been busy spending their winnings, including a new home for £600,000 and a new car.
Margaret Loughrey from Strabane in Northern Ireland has died. Police found her dead in her home on September 2. Eight years ago, she won a £26.8m EuroMillions jackpot and used her winnings to help family, friends and charities.
Sharon and Nigel Mather from Sale in England, won a £12.4 million EuroMillions jackpot in 2010. They realized that the win gave them responsibility not to waste it and have spent the last 11 years helping friends, family and charities.
In February 2019, Natalie Metcalf was already expecting an exciting time as she was due to have a baby. Then £1m was won playing EuroMillions and she went into early labour. Next month sees her dream wedding with partner Andy.
Since winning a £114.9 million EuroMillions jackpot two years ago, Frances and Patrick Connolly have been busy helping others. Recently their PFC Trust Charity raised money to buy a holiday home, but they had been keeping a big secret.
Not every purchase made after a lottery win works out as you planned it to. Margaret Loughrey from Strabane in Northern Ireland purchased Herdman’s Mill after a £27m EuroMillions win, now the property is being sold.
A ticket sold in the UK scooped the £111.54 million jackpot in the EuroMillions Superdraw held on Friday 4 June. It’s the fourth time EuroMillions jackpot win for the UK this year. The winner has already claimed their prize.
Friday 4 June is a date to put in your diary. That’s when the next EuroMillions Superdraw takes place. Whatever happens in Tuesday’s draw, there will be a guaranteed jackpot of €130 million (around £110 million).
Tragedy struck for two young girls when their father was murdered last month. An appeal has been set up to help them and local £4.8m EuroMillions winners have donated £500 to help clothe the two children.
Luxury Home and DIY for £105m EuroMillions WinnerWhen a big lottery win comes along it’s common place to dream of buying a luxury home. Steve and Lenka Thompson from Selsey in West Sussex, England are no exception to the rule.
£1 million EuroMillions Success On the BusesA £1 million windfall has been won by a group of bus drivers and admin staff from Carlisle, England. Despite their success, they plan to keep working on the buses.The ten-strong syndicate is comprised of nine bus drivers and the company’s secretary.