EuroMillions Results: Winning Lottery Numbers for Friday 9th August 2019 And Millionaire Maker Codes
There's £63M up for grabs tonight in the Euromillions. If you've got yourself a ticket, then you could win yourself a life-changing prize. Nobody ever expects the winner to be them, but it must be won by someone. After a lad called Ian won £1m on the Euromillions he sent a text his wife that simply read: "WE NEED TO TALK".
In hindsight that could have gone terribly, but he swiftly added: "NOTHING BAD".
According to the National Lottery website, Ian had decided to buy a couple of Lucky Dips after noticing a poster for the £96m EuroMillions jackpot. Little did he realise the impact this spur-of-the-moment decision would have on him and his family.
The next day he sat down for a cup of tea with The National Lottery app on his phone and some tickets in his hand. His first ticket, from an earlier draw, didn't win, but when he picked up the second, he was shocked to see the app explode into life with news of his enormous prize. He even deleted the app as he thought it was a gremlin in the system.
So, what are you waiting for? Check your tickets, it could be you.
Tonight's EuroMillions Results: 2 - 14- 35 - 41 - 42
Lucky Stars: 10 - 11
There are two things you need to check - obviously your jackpot numbers, but also the UK Millionaire Maker codes.
You can find the Millionaire Maker Codes on The National Lottery Site.
Won a prize? Congratulations! Head over to the National Lottery site to find out how to claim your winnings. Not won a prize? There's always next week's draw.
What is The EuroMillions Lottery?
The EuroMillions is an international lottery setup by Camelot that runs across nine different countries throughout Europe. Tickets can be purchased from authorised outlets in the UK, Spain, Ireland, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Portugal, Luxembourg and Austria or purchased online.
What is Tonight's EuroMillions Jackpot?
The EuroMillions jackpot for Friday 19th July is currently sitting at £96m but this could have changed a little before the draw. As well as the main draw there will also be 20 guaranteed UK Millionaire Maker winners of £1,000,000.
If no one wins tonight's jackpot, the jackpot will rollover and can rise as high as €190 million (approximately £167 million) where it's capped.
What Time Is The Euromillions Draw?
The Euromillions drawn takes place twice a week on Tuesday and Friday nights at from 8.40pm (GMT) on Facebook Live. If you want to buy a ticket, remember that EuroMillions ticket sales close at 7.30pm on Tuesdays and Fridays for that evening's draw. Tickets are available again for the next draw from 9pm.
How to Play Euromillions
What Can I Win?
Even if you don't win the Jackpot, there are 13 different prize tiers ranging from £3.30 for two numbers up to £227,848 depending on how many winning numbers you have.
The odds of winning a prize in the EuroMillions are 1 in 13. Here is a full breakdown of the prizes available tonight:
5 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars = Jackpot
5 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star = £227,848.80
5 Main Numbers = £23,586.00
4 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars = £2,307.30
4 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star = £123.00
3 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars = £78.00
4 Main Numbers = £43.30
2 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars = £14.20
3 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star = £10.70
3 Main Numbers = £9.00
1 Main Number + 2 Lucky Stars = £7.60
2 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star = £6.00
2 Main Numbers = £3.30
How big can the EuroMillions jackpot get?
The jackpot can rise to €190 million (approximately £167 million based on exchange rate on 29th September 2017).
If it reaches this level, it will be capped - if the jackpot is not won, any additional money in the jackpot prize fund over and above €190 million will roll down to boost the prize money at the next highest tier where there are winners (most likely the 5+1 tier).
This can happen four times before the €190 million must be won. If this happens and the jackpot is still not won, the entire €190 million - plus any additional money in the jackpot prize fund over and above this amount - would roll down to the next highest tier where there are winners (most likely the 5+1 tier).
Source: National Lottery
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