British punter celebrates a spectacular €138.700.000 Euromillions victory

British punter celebrates a spectacular €138.700.000 Euromillions victory

Superdraw on Friday disappointed Euromillions enthusiast across the continent, since none of them managed to scoop a gigantic jackpot offered that night. Everything changed a few days later when one fortunate player from the UK matched all the winning numbers to become €138.700.000 richer.

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The winning Euromillions line on April 24th consisted of the numbers 20, 23, 28, 30 and 44 with the Lucky Stars 3 and 7. They were all matched by a single British ticket holder, but several players came extremely close to walking away with the jackpot. Four participants correctly guessed the five main numbers and one of the Lucky Stars, scooping almost €320.000 each. The draw on April 24th also produced a total of 12 winner of the Match 5 prize, worth around €25.000.

The UK produced a total of 72 Euromillions jackpot winners to date, and a mystery player who won €138.700.000 on Tuesday went down in history as one of the luckiest Britons to ever participate in this game. Their gigantic windfall is currently the third largest cash reward ever won in the UK, but the record is still held by Colin and Chris Weir who won Euromillions when the jackpot reached the cap back in July 2011. Andy Carter, senior winners’ advisor at the National Lottery, was very excited to find out someone in the UK became an instant millionaire and encouraged them to come forward as soon as possible.

“Wow – what a night for UK Euromillions players. Players are urged to check their tickets and, rest assured, we have plenty of champagne on ice ready to help the National Lottery’s newest multi-millionaire celebrate,” said Carter.

Tuesday wasn’t such a lucky night for the fans of Mega Millions since this game rolled over once again. Try your luck with Mega Millions Max to snatch €556.800.000!

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