EuroMillions results are now available in real time for the £42 million jackpot draw on September 21.
The results of the EUROMILLIONS draw will be announced later tonight, with the possibility to win the £42 million jackpot in Tuesday’s draw. What are the EuroMillions winning numbers for tonight? Have you won the September 21 lottery jackpot?
EuroMillions drawings take place twice a week, and both Britons and Europeans have the chance to win a multi-million pound prize. If you match all seven numbers in tonight’s draw, you’ll win the £42 million jackpot, but if you match at least two of the main numbers, you’ll earn smaller prizes.
Every Tuesday and Friday evening at 8.30 p.m., EuroMillions draws are held.
The tournament will end about 7.30 p.m., and the results will be disclosed shortly after.
There are 13 separate reward categories, ranging in value from £2.50 to the entire jackpot.
The amount of money you win is determined by how many numbers you match in the draw and whether anyone else has the same numbers as you.
Two lucky stars and five key numbers: The jackpot is worth £42 million.
£130,554.30 (five main digits and one fortunate star)
The following are the five important figures: £13,561.20
£844.70 with four main numbers and two fortunate stars
£77.80 with four main numbers and one fortunate star
£37.30 with three main numbers and one fortunate star
£25.60, £25.60, £25.60, £25.60, £25.60, £2
£9.10 with two main numbers and two fortunate stars
£7.30 with three main numbers and one fortunate star
£6.00, £6.00, £6.00, £6.00, £6.00, £
£4.30 with one major number and two fortunate stars
£3.60 with two main numbers and one lucky star
There are two key figures: £2.50 and £2.50.
Each ticket includes a free entry into the UK Millionaire Maker, with a chance to win £1 million.
If you purchase a EuroMillions ticket, you will receive a code at no additional cost.
You’ll win a guaranteed prize of £1 million if your code matches the numbers drawn.
The winning numbers for tonight were:
The Lucky Stars were as follows:
Unsurprisingly, given the large payout, the number of entries is also very high.
In every particular EuroMillions draw, only one person in every 139,838,160 will win the top prize.
However, because you’ll require fewer matches, you’re more likely to win one of the lower prizes.
The chances of winning the second prize of more than £130,500 are one in 6,991,908.
However, there are no set odds for the UK Millionaire Maker.
Because everyone gets one entry when they buy a EuroMillions ticket, the odds are totally reliant on how many people buy tickets.
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