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DRAW No: 775

  • 11
  • 15
  • 28
  • 34
  • 37
  • 1
  • 8

PRIZE TABLE -Tue, 30/06/2015

Prize
Level
Winning
tickets
Prize
Awarded
I (5 Numbers+ 2 stars) 0 ₤10,653,000.00
II (5 Numbers + 1 Star) 4 ₤179,583.40
III (5 Numbers + 0 Stars) 4 ₤59,861.10
IV (4 Numbers + 2 Stars) 33 ₤3,627.90
V (4 Numbers + 1 Star) 668 ₤156.80
VI (4 Numbers + 0 Stars) 1.355 ₤77.30
VII (3 Numbers + 2 Stars) 1.469 ₤50.90
VIII (2 Numbers + 2 Stars) 21.665 ₤15.80
IX (3 Numbers + 1 Stars) 29.007 ₤11.30
X (3 Numbers + 0 Stars) 61.142 ₤9.00
XI (1 Number + 2 Stars) 117.039 ₤8.30
XII (2 Numbers + 1 Star) 419.167 ₤6.20
XIII (2 Numbers + 0 Stars) 873.735 ₤3.00

Please note: numbers may be subject to change.

Check the official EuroMillions results here every Tuesday and Friday evening. Match your 5 EuroMillions numbers and 2 Lucky Stars to win the jackpot.

The numbers drawn on Tue, 30/06/2015 were 11 , 15 , 28 , 34 and 37 and the Lucky Star numbers were 1 and 8. The current jackpot for Friday, 03/07/2015 19:30 is 17 Million GBP.

EuroMillions Draw

The EuroMillions draw takes place twice a week on Tuesday and Friday evenings in Paris, France at 19:30 UK Time. While the draw is unfortunately no longer televised on the BBC you can see all the official EuroMillions results, past and present, right here .

EuroMillions Jackpots

EuroMillions jackpots start at €15 million (approx £11.5 million) and have a maximum jackpot of €190 million (approx. £145.76 million). The draw occurs twice weekly. If the jackpot prize isn't claimed it will then roll over and be added to the next EuroMillions draw.

This maximum cap may change. For example, before March 6th, 2009 the top jackpot had been €185 million. For the time being, however, the top prize cannot rise above €190 million. If a maximum jackpot is reached then there will only be 2 draws at this this level before the money will “roll down” to be shared instead by the tier 2 winners.

Previous results

Check the results from previous draws below:

EuroMillions Prize Breakdown

EuroMillions breaks down into 13 different prize tiers with the top jackpot awarded to players who match all of the 5 regular numbers as well as both the 2 Lucky Star numbers correctly. There is a 1 in 13 chance of winning any EuroMillions prize meaning that there can be hundreds of thousands or even millions of players winning the lower tier prizes.

EuroMillions Draw

The EuroMillions draw takes place twice a week on Tuesday and Friday evenings in Paris, France at 19:30 UK Time. While the draw is unfortunately no longer televised on the BBC you can see all the official EuroMillions results, past and present, right here .

EuroMillions Jackpots

EuroMillions jackpots start at €15 million (approx £11.5 million) and have a maximum jackpot of €190 million (approx. £145.76 million). The draw occurs twice weekly. If the jackpot prize isn't claimed it will then roll over and be added to the next EuroMillions draw.

This maximum cap may change. For example, before March 6th, 2009 the top jackpot had been €185 million. For the time being, however, the top prize cannot rise above €190 million. If a maximum jackpot is reached then there will only be 2 draws at this this level before the money will “roll down” to be shared instead by the tier 2 winners.

EuroMillions Prize Breakdown

EuroMillions breaks down into 13 different prize tiers with the top jackpot awarded to players who match all of the 5 regular numbers as well as both the 2 Lucky Star numbers correctly. There is a 1 in 13 chance of winning any EuroMillions prize meaning that there can be hundreds of thousands or even millions of players winning the lower tier prizes.