A single-ticket from Spain won the EuroMillions Superdraw 15th November 2013; one of five Spanish EuroMillions jackpot winners that year. The total number of prizes won was 5,241,528. Nine of those matched all five main numbers and one of the Lucky Stars to win €328,771 / £227,257 each.
The winning numbers in the EuroMillions results were 3, 13, 15, 29 & 42 and the Lucky Stars were 1 & 4. The Spanish winner picked two of the most commonly drawn balls that year: 13 & 42. You can compare the rest of his winning numbers to those that have occured the most in previous draws by taking a look at Lottery24’s EuroMillions draw statistics.
The winning ticket was bought from a retailer on Plaza de la Rosa, in Almuñécar, Granada. This was the 4th biggest lottery winner in Spanish history, the 5th Spanish jackpot winner in 2013 and the 57th Spanish player ever to win a EuroMillions top prize. Due to the Spanish Government’s new law, 20% was deducted in tax. In addition to the winners in the main draw, one UK ticket holder matched the Millionaire Raffle number QMY376365 to win £1 million.
Almuñécar in Granada is a beautiful historic town on the Costa Tropical nestling between miles of sandy beaches and sheltered coves, and the magnificent Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is overlooked by the 16th-century castleSan Miguel Castle, a once mighty Moorish fortress.
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