Finnish Player Wins €41.5 Million Eurojackpot Top Prize
A single player from Finland scooped a fantastic jackpot of €41.5 million in Friday’s Eurojackpot draw, ending a run of four rollovers. It was a special night for ticket holders from all 18 participating countries, as a total of 726,112 prizes were given away across the 12 tiers.
The numbers drawn were 1, 10, 25, 46 and 49, with Euro numbers 1 and 6. The lucky Finnish player became their country’s sixth largest winner after buying their ticket in the Eastern town of Savonlinna. Veikkaus, the National Lottery operator in Finland, has already informed the winner and a celebratory firework display has been planned for Savonlinna.
As well as the jackpot winner, there were four players who matched five main numbers plus one Euro number to bank €435,251. The tickets were sold in Germany, Norway, Spain and Sweden. Another six players - four from Germany and two from Denmark - matched five main numbers to win €102,512 each.
The other prizes won ranged from €8.50 for matching two main numbers plus one Euro number to €4,876 for matching four main numbers plus two Euro numbers. Look at the Eurojackpot Results page for a full breakdown of the prizes won.
Eurojackpot’s top prize has now been won on eight occasions this year, and there will be another chance for players to get their hands on the jackpot this Friday night. A top prize of €10 million will be on offer, and you can choose numbers online or visit an authorised retailer in one of the participating countries. Best of luck!
Article Last Updated: Monday 23rd October 2017 at 10:31 AM