After two months of rollovers, Eurojackpot finally produced another top prize winner in the last night’s draw – one lucky player from Germany took home the second largest windfall in the game’s history worth €76.700.000.
The winning combination that enabled this amazing victory consisted of the main numbers 9, 10, 19, 20 and 35 with Euro numbers 3 and 4. Six players missed the jackpot by only one digit to win an impressive €420.000 prize. The drawing on March 25th also produced nine winners of a €99.000 prize for matching the five main numbers.
This win cements Germany’s status as the luckiest country playing Eurojackpot – twelve top prizes were handed out to winners from this country since the game’s inception in 2012. Finland is a close second with nine wins, but other participating countries are nowhere near their success. However, the largest prize in Eurojackpot history worth €90.000.000 hadn’t been won by players from one of these two countries – it actually went to the Czech Republic in May last year.
Nobody landed the Euromillions jackpot last night when the numbers 12, 19, 36, 42 and 43 with Lucky Stars 5 and 8 were drawn. Three players netted a €450.000 cash reward for correctly guessing all the main numbers and one Lucky Star. The other prizes handed out that night ranged between €4.49 for matching two main numbers and €75.000 for matching five. Five participants from the UK also netted a £1.000.000 prize in the Mega Friday draw, along with a fantastic two-week break in the USA in five different locations of their choice.
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