EuroMillions results: Winning lottery numbers for Tuesday 27 June 2023

EuroMillions results: Winning lottery numbers for Tuesday 27 June 2023

  • The latest EuroMillions results for Tuesday, 27 June, 2023 have been revealed 

The latest EuroMillions results have been announced, with the numbers for tonight’s draw now available to see. 

This EuroMillions draw is worth a whopping £22 million

You need to match all five numbers and both lucky stars to get your hands on the jackpot prize. 

Winning numbers

The winning numbers for the latest EuroMillions draw are: 17, 22, 23, 27, 44. 

The two Lucky Stars are: 01, 07. 

Millionaire Maker Selection: One UK millionaire has been created – VHFH09380.

Tonight’s National Lottery Thunderball winning numbers are: 02, 06, 12, 22, 23.

The Thunderball is 09.

When is the EuroMillions draw and how do I enter? 

The EuroMillions draw takes place twice a week, occurring on Tuesday and Friday nights. 

Anyone wishing to purchase a ticket for the EuroMillions must have purchased a ticket before 7.30pm and choose five main numbers and two lucky stars. 

To win the EuroMillions jackpot, all of the above numbers, as well as the two lucky stars, must match the ones on your ticket.  

Even if you do not win the jackpot, you still have the opportunity to take home a sizeable chunk of money by matching fewer numbers. Purchasing a ticket automatically enters competitors into the Millionaire Maker draw, which will turn one lucky ticket holder into a millionaire if their raffle code is picked.

What are the biggest EuroMillions wins ever? 

The record EuroMillions jackpot won in the UK was an enormous £195,707,000, which was scooped up by an anonymous ticket holder in July 2022. 

Just two months prior, in May 2022, Joe and Jess Thwaite from Gloucester, won the next-highest amount in EuroMillions history, collecting £184,262,899. 

That jackpot was the largest in nearly three years, with the previous highest sum of £170,221,000 won by an anonymous ticket holder in October 2019. 

In August 2012, Adrian and Gillian Bayford from Cambridgeshire, won a scarcely believable £148,656,000. This sum almost topped the staggering £161,653,000 won by Colin and Chris Weir from North Ayrshire in July 2011. 

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