A French ticket holder took home the incredible £184 million jackpot on Friday evening, meaning this week’s EuroMillions jackpot is a cool £14 million – still a life-changing sum that is well worth playing for. Where exactly the winning ticket was bought or whether the holder is an individual or a syndicate will not be revealed unless the ticket holder decides to reveal themselves.
The amount went unclaimed again after last Tuesday’s draw, leading to a huge surge of entries for Friday’s draw in Europe and the UK.
EuroMillions tickets are available in nine European countries – France, Spain, UK, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland.
EuroMillions has made several multi-millionaires out of UK winners in recent years, making it one of the National Lottery’s most popular games.
It frequently provides some of the biggest lottery jackpots in the world, with prize money regularly exceeding £100 million.
The biggest Britain-based winners of the game were Colin Weir and his wife Christine, who scooped a £161 million EuroMillions jackpot in 2011.
The most recent big UK-based winners to go public were Frances and Patrick Connolly from Northern Ireland, who won an incredible £115 million prize in 2019.
Even if you’re not fortunate enough to win the jackpot, there are other brilliant prizes up for grabs along the EuroMillions prize tiers.
Those who match five main numbers and one Lucky Star can get a prize of £130,554.30.
What are tonight’s winning numbers?
The winning numbers for tonight’s EuroMillions draw will be announced at 8.30pm.
Express.co.uk will update this page when the results are in.