No one wins EuroMillions so mega jackpot is now whopping £184MILLION

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NO ONE won the mega-bucks EuroMillions jackpot last night – meaning the cash prize is now £184 million.

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The Brits missed out on a bumper rollover draw worth £174 million as no ticket could match all five numbers and two lucky stars.

Brits failed to get five winning numbers and two lucky stars last nightcredit: Alamy

The winning numbers were 01, 10, 23, 42, 46 – and the lucky star numbers were 03 and 05.


But nine punters managed to win the second prize of £118,041.10 by matching five numbers and one lucky star.

The huge £184 million scoop will now go into Tuesday’s draw, meaning a new record £184 million could be collected by a UK ticketholder.

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Camelot’s Andy Carter, senior winners advisor to The National Lottery, said: “Tuesday’s huge EuroMillions jackpot is an estimated £184 million.

“If a UK winning lot banks, they will immediately become the UK’s largest national lottery winner. Players are urged to get their tickets early with a chance to win this fantastic prize.

“National Lotteries Players nationwide make a huge difference to the National Lotteries for good causes earning over £30 million every week.

“Thanks to the National Lottery players, over £1.2bn has been distributed across the UK to date to help combat its impact. coronavirus

If someone wins Tuesday’s jackpot, it will beat the current record winnings of £170 million to make him the biggest lottery winner ever.

It was won by a player who wished to remain anonymous on October 8, 2019. They left with 170,221,000 pounds.

The biggest jackpot win in the UK so far this year was in April when nine rollovers took the jackpot from a starting price of £14m to £122m, before it was won by an anonymous ticket holder.

In June, £111,540,000 was won when the jackpot for this Superdraw was increased.

The first EuroMillions draw was held on 7 February 2004 by three organisations: Française des Jeux in France, Loterias y Apuestas del Estado in Spain and Camelot in the UK.

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