Eurojackpot’s Top Prize Rises To €37 Million
A top prize of €29 million was available in the Eurojackpot draw on Friday 23rd June, as players from 17 countries went in search of a life-changing sum of money. Nobody quite managed to land the jackpot, but over 697,000 ticket holders picked up prizes and five lucky participants won over half a million euros.
The winning numbers on Friday were 6, 14, 19, 27 and 35, with Euro numbers 2 and 4. German players enjoyed a great evening as they dominated the second tier, with ticket holders from Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Saarland and Saxony all matching five main numbers plus one Euro number to win €531,211 each. The fifth participant in the second tier came from Norway.
There were also eight players from across Europe who matched five main numbers to win €60,165 each. These included another five Germans - three from Baden-Württemberg and one each from Bavaria and Hesse - along with ticket holders from Italy, Finland and Croatia.
The remaining prizes won ranged from €6.90 for matching two main numbers and one Euro number to €2,168 for matching four main numbers and two Euro numbers. Take a look at the Eurojackpot Results section for more information, including a full breakdown of all the prizes won.
There have now been four draws in a row without a jackpot winner, stretching back to the game on 26th May when one lucky German scooped a massive €50.2 million. The top prize for the next game will now rise to an impressive €37 million, giving players another chance to make their dreams come true. If you want to try and win, you can visit a retailer in any participating country or choose your numbers online. Good luck!