Record-breaking £191m EuroMillions jackpot rolls over once again

Players must wait until Tuesday for their chance to scoop the prize

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The £191 million EuroMillions jackpot rolled over once again on Friday night, meaning that players must wait until Tuesday for their next chance to scoop the record prize.

If claimed by a single person it would result in the UK’s biggest-ever EuroMillions win, with the successful ticket-holder able to buy 11 Boeing 747 jets, 23 Pisces-VI Submarines, or Southampton Football Club.

As the prize has reached its cap, money that would have been added to the jackpot will boost winnings in the next tier, meaning several multi-millionaires could be created.

The prize amount has now reached its cap.
The prize amount has now reached its cap.

“Tuesday will be massive with a sizzlingly sensational estimated EuroMillions jackpot of £191 million up for grabs,” Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at the National Lottery, said.

“Here’s hoping that we’ll be celebrating a record-breaking UK winner alongside record-breaking summer temperatures.

“Think of all the good that a win of this size could do. Players should get their tickets early to be in with a chance of winning in this amazing draw.”

Ade Goodchild celebrates after winning the life-changing EuroMillions in 2019.
Ade Goodchild celebrates after winning the life-changing EuroMillions in 2019.

The winning main EuroMillions numbers were 09, 17, 29, 38, 39, with the lucky star numbers 07 and 10.

Friday night’s 14 biggest winners across all countries claimed almost £1.5 million each, while a further 14 took home £20,000.

The winning Thunderball numbers were 01, 08, 27, 31, 34 – plus the Thunderball 03.

Nobody matched all the numbers to scoop the top prize of £500,000, however, four people won £5,000 after choosing the five main numbers.