Eurojackpot Results for Friday 29th April 2016
The top Eurojackpot prize went unclaimed in the draw on Friday 29th April, but over 418,000 players pocketed cash amounts on another exciting night. The jackpot, which was worth €10 million after being won by a German ticket holder in the previous draw, will now climb to €14 million.
The numbers drawn were 10, 14, 20, 24 and 40 with Euro numbers 2 and 10. Two participants, one from the Czech Republic and one from Sweden, matched five main numbers plus one Euro number to win €544,175 each. Another two ticket holders, one from Italy and one from Germany, matched five main numbers to scoop €192,061 each.
The other prizes given away ranged from €9.10 for matching two main numbers and one Euro number to €6,402 for matching four main numbers and two Euro numbers. Visit the Eurojackpot Results page for a full prize breakdown from Friday’s draw, or to look back at other recent results to see if you are due a prize.
The German player who landed the most recent jackpot of €29.1 million has been made aware of his good fortune by lottery officials, having initially been in the dark about his life-changing win. Eurojackpot chairman and WestLotto CEO Andreas Koetter said the lucky man, from North Rhine-Westphalia, was a regular player who had purchased his entries with his customer card. “At the time we got in touch today at around eight o'clock he knew nothing of his good luck,” said Koetter.
If you want to emulate the achievement of the lucky man from the Münsterland region, you will have to buy a Eurojackpot ticket ahead of the next draw on Friday. You can either enter by visiting an authorised retailer in any of the participating countries or play online wherever you are in the world, and a fantastic prize could just be yours. Good luck!