UK’s Winning EuroMillions Streak Continues

UK’s Winning EuroMillions Streak Continues
Monday, November 6, 2017

The UK was able to celebrate a EuroMillions jackpot win for the second Friday night in a row on 3rd November as a single player pocketed £25.4 million. The lucky ticket holder has been congratulated after quickly coming forward to make a claim for the fantastic prize.

EuroMillions Results

The numbers drawn on Friday were 5, 12, 17, 33 and 41, with Lucky Stars 4 and 9. There were over 2 million participants across Europe who picked up prizes, including three players who matched five main numbers plus one Lucky Star to win £223,578 (€356,885) each.

The other prizes won spanned between £2.50 (€4.10) for matching two main numbers and £11,158 (€17,812) for matching five main numbers, while additional draws throughout the continent created lots of other winners. Go to the EuroMillions Results page for more details.

UK On A Roll

It has been a fantastic few weeks for EuroMillions players, with a Spanish ticket holder winning €65.4 million on Tuesday 24th October and then a UK participant landing more than £15 million in the very next draw. The latest result makes it seven jackpot winners for the UK in 2017 - more than any other EuroMillions country.

Andy Carter, the National Lottery’ Senior Winners’ Advisor, said: “Just one week after a £15 million winner we now have another UK ticket holder banking a giant EuroMillions jackpot. The £25 million winner is the seventh EuroMillions jackpot winner in the UK this year.”

Next Jackpot

The jackpot for the next draw will reset to €17 million (approximately £15 million), giving players the chance to win another huge prize. It is also a special week for French players, with ten prizes of €1 million up for grabs in the supplementary My Million game. Five millionaires will be created on Tuesday, with another five on Friday.

If you want to try and scoop the next big EuroMillions jackpot, you can choose numbers online or visit an authorised retailer in one of the participating countries. Good luck!