Eurojackpot Rollover Pushes Top Prize To €86 million
The Eurojackpot draw on Friday 7th April produced over 1 million prize winners, including participants from six different countries in the second tier. The jackpot proved to be just out of reach, and will now rise to a phenomenal €86 million for the next game.
The numbers drawn were 10, 27, 43, 45 and 46, with Euro numbers 4 and 8. Six lucky ticket holders - from Germany, Finland, Spain, Sweden, Hungary and the Czech Republic - matched five numbers plus one Euro number to win €374,807 each. There were also eight players, including five from Germany, who matched five main numbers to land €99,213.
The other prizes won ranged from €8.30 for matching two main numbers and one Euro number to €4,070 for matching four main numbers and two Euro numbers. Take a look at the Eurojackpot Results page to find out more information from the latest draw, along with a full prize breakdown.
The jackpot has been building since 10th February, when one German player and one from Hungary split €45.1 million, and the run of eight rollovers has pushed the top prize up to one of its highest amounts in history. If there is one more draw without a winner, the jackpot is set to reach its €90 million cap for only the fourth time and also create a bigger prize fund for those winners in the second tier.
If you fancy becoming one of Eurojackpot’s biggest winners, you can either choose your numbers online or buy a ticket from an authorised retailer in any of the 17 participating countries. Good luck!
Article Last Updated: Monday 10th April 2017 um 10:52 AM