EuroMillions Results for Tuesday 19th May 2015

The EuroMillions draw on Tuesday 19th May 2015 produced a second rollover in a row, meaning that Friday’s jackpot will now hit £22 million (€31 million). The last time anyone matched all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars was when a Spanish ticket holder claimed £34.2 million (€47.8 million) in the draw on Tuesday 12th May, becoming the country’s 71st EuroMillions jackpot winner.

The winning numbers were 26, 30, 31, 35 and 37 with Lucky Stars 8 and 11 and although there were no winners in the top prize tier, four players - two from Spain and one each from France and Belgium - matched five main balls and one Lucky Star to claim €243,341. The UK was the biggest winner overall on the night with more winners than any other country and collecting the largest combined prize pot of any nation.

Other cash awards in the main game received in the draw ranged from £3.50 (€4.50) for matching two main numbers up to £41,664 (€54,075) for matching five main balls. In addition, one UK player is £1 million better off thanks to Millionaire Maker and a French ticket holder banked €1 million in My Million.

To see a full prize breakdown, including the winning Millionaire Maker code, visit the EuroMillions Results page.

If you’d like the chance to snap up a sweet £22 million before the weekend really gets underway, then make sure you get your hands on EuroMillions tickets. They are available online by clicking on the banner above, or in person at authorised retailers around Europe and the UK.

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