Do you fancy becoming a millionaire? Well, this could be your lucky week.
There’s a huge jackpot up for grabs in Tuesday’s EuroMillions draw, after it rolled over from Friday’s £113million.
Read on below for details of the draw, jackpot, and how much money you get if you match just three numbers.
Want to read about what people have done with all their winnings? There are plenty of stories on our lottery winners page to give you inspiration .
Tonight’s lottery results
The winning numbers for the Euromillions draw this evening were: 13, 44, 10, 21, 17
The lucky stars were 10 and 01.
The Millionaire maker codes were: HBPV43607 and MHSL94011
The winning Thunderball numbers were: 04, 27, 28, 29, 30 and the Thunderball is 12.
There was no jackpot winner, meaning you could win even bigger in Friday’s draw. Four people matched five numbers and one star, with nine matching five numbers. But the most anybody in the UK won was £2,107.50, for picking four main balls and two lucky stars – with 12 people taking home the prize.
- Match 4 +1 star £83.50
- Match 3 +2 stars £61
- Match 4 £23.70
- Match 2 + 2 stars £12.50
- Match 3 + 1 star £7.30
- Match 3 £5.10
- Match 1 + 2 stars £7.20
- Match 2 + 1 star £4.50
- Match 2 £2.10
What time is the EuroMillions draw?
EuroMillions draws take place on Tuesday and Friday evenings from approximately 8pm.
You can watch them live on the National Lottery website , or check back here on Mirror Online for results after the draw.
What’s the EuroMillions jackpot tonight?
Tonight’s estimated jackpot is a whopping £101million.
The biggest ever EuroMillions jackpot was worth €190million. It’s been won three times since the game started in 2004, and a UK couple were the first to scoop the prize money, matching all five numbers and both Lucky Stars in August 2012. They pocketed £148,656,000.
What do you get for 3 numbers on EuroMillions?
The estimated prize for three main numbers on the National Lottery website is £9.
Euromillions prize breakdown
National Lottery have provided an estimated breakdown of prizes winners can expect depending on the numbers they match.
Have you matched some numbers? Check the table below to see what you might win.
What is EuroMillions?
The National Lottery draw launched in 2004 and nine countries across Europe take part.
To play, you simply select five numbers between 1 and 50, plus two Lucky Star numbers from 1-12.
If you really can’t choose and you’re finding the pressure too much, you can always select a Lucky Dip and let the machine choose a random selection for you.
What time can you put the EuroMillions on until?
Forgotten to buy your ticket and worried you’re running out of time? Don’t panic.
Ticket sales for both Tuesday and Friday EuroMillions draws close at 7.30pm on the evening of the draw.
If you’ve missed out, you can buy your ticket for the next draw almost straight away – sales re-open at 9pm.