Eurojackpot Results for Friday 1st April 2016
Eurojackpot players across the continent missed out on the top prize on Friday 1st April, but there still some very big winners. Over 400,000 ticket holders in total snapped up cash rewards, including one player from Germany who bagged €1.1 million after matching all five main numbers plus one of the Euro numbers.
The numbers drawn were 6, 12, 21, 40 and 49 with Euro numbers 8 and 10, and it has been confirmed that the lucky participant who came so close to scooping the jackpot bought their ticket in Leonberg, near Stuttgart. Another two players, one from Finland and one from Germany, matched five main numbers to win €202,556 each.
The other prizes won on a great night ranged from €9.20 for matching two main numbers plus one Euro number to €7,943 for matching four main numbers plus two Euro numbers. Visit the Eurojackpot Results section to find out more from Friday’s draw, including a full prize breakdown.
The top Eurojackpot prize will now climb to an estimated €14 million for the next draw, giving players another opportunity to land a life-changing sum of money. One German player won €76.7 million, the second largest prize in the history of the game, on 25th March, and it has been a terrific 2016 for fans of the game everywhere.
If you want to win the jackpot or grab a prize in any of the other 11 tiers, you will have to pick up a ticket before Friday’s game. You can either visit an authorised retailer in one of the participating countries or play online from anywhere in the world, and you could just be the next big winner. Best of luck!