And just like that the EuroMillions Superdraw jackpot is gone – into one lucky UK player’s bank account that is, or is it? What we do know so far is that the ticket was purchased in the UK and it was a single ticket that took home the whole €138 million, by matching the five main numbers and the two Lucky Stars.
The National Lottery operator said there will be no information on whether it is an individual or syndicate winner, or where exactly the ticket was purchased, unless the ticket holder decides to go public.
On Tuesday night offline and online EuroMillions lottery players from all over the world made sure that they too purchased their euro lotto tickets, after Friday night’s EuroMillions Superdraw failed to produce a jackpot winner, so the Tuesday April 24 draw saw the EuroMillions jackpot rise to €138 million from €130 million.
The winning EuroMillions Superdraw rollover lottery numbers drawn were 20-23-28-30-44 and the two Lucky Stars 03 and 07.
What’s interesting about the winning EuroMillions lottery numbers is that it was the third time in four draws that the lucky number 7 appeared as a Lucky Star number. With so many lottery players playing the number 7 due to its association with luck, it’s surprising that just one ticket managed to match all the balls drawn to scoop the fantastic prize.
For lottery players who choose their lotto numbers based on calendar days, i.e. birthday’s an anniversaries, winning the jackpot was an impossibility as the highest EuroMillions winning number drawn in Tuesday’s draw was number 44.
For online lottery players who purchased EuroMillions Superdraw rollover tickets into last night’s draw, we here at PlayEuroMillions.com urge you to double check your results mailers and see if you have won a prize. Yes, it’s definitely not the jackpot, as our system would have picked up if the jackpot winner played through our site, but you could still be a substantial winner!
Tuesday’s EuroMillions draw was also good news for another ticket sold in the UK. It matched the five main balls and one of the Lucky Stars to win £199,921.30. Three other tickets sold across Europe also won the runners-up prize and will take home €319,080.
Tuesdays EuroMillions jackpot win is the third highest ever won by a UK ticket, and the 72nd time a ticket sold in the UK has won the top prize.
Coming in in first place for the biggest EuroMillions jackpot win in the UK is none other than Scottish couple Colin and Chris Weir. They were lucky enough to win a £161m EuroMillions jackpot in 2011. Second in the list are Adrian and Gillian Bayford from England who won £148m playing EuroMillions six years ago. Third place goes to Tuesday’s EuroMillions jackpot winner, so whoever has won the massive EuroMillions jackpot can now afford items mentioned in our How To Spend Your EuroMillions Superdraw Prize news article last week - items they could only ever have dreamed about.
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