EuroMillions Results for Tuesday 11th August 2015

There was no EuroMillions jackpot winner in the draw on Tuesday 12th August, meaning that the top prize has now rolled over three times since a French player scooped £17.5 million (€24.9 million) on Friday 31st July. Despite the top prize remaining untouched, a UK player did manage to pocket £1 million in the Millionaire Maker supplementary game by matching the winning code GGJ098710.

The numbers drawn in the main game were 2, 3, 8, 15 and 16 with Lucky Stars 4 and 11, and prizes awarded on the night ranged from £2.60 (€3.40) for matching two main numbers up to £127,047 (€163,964) for matching five main balls and one of the Lucky Stars. You can find the full prize breakdown for the draw at the EuroMillions Results page.

Friday night’s EuroMillions jackpot will stand at a very tempting £28 million (€40 million), which could make this your last ever working week if you wish. The weekend could be spent crafting the perfect resignation letter, with the only items in your in-tray once you collect your oversized cheque being the paperwork on a fleet of fancy cars.

If you want to keep busy, the EuroMillions windfall could help you set up the business you’d always dreamt of running, or perhaps you could create a charitable fund in order to transform the lives of those in your local community who are less fortunate than you. With £28 million in the bank, the possibilities are endless!

EuroMillions tickets are on sale online and from authorised retailers in any of the participating countries. Good luck!

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