The National Lottery has confirmed there was one winner of the huge jackpot – as a further 16 players across Europe landed a massive €1.2 million in Friday’s bumper draw. The huge prize pool had reached a dramatic life-changing sum after players failed to match the five numbers and two lucky stars since the beginning of September.
The prize had been accumulating after no player matched five numbers
Spain may be in the midst of a political crisis over Catalonian independence at the minute, but that may be put to one side for one individual or group in the country after scooping the Euromillions jackpot.
A lucky ticket holder who won last night’s record-breaking Euromillions jackpot worth €190 million has claimed their prize on the holiday island of Gran Canaria. The ticket was validated at El Mirador Shopping Centre in Las Palmas on the island off Morocco which is popular with British tourists.
The prize had rolled over since the start of September because no one had matched five numbers and two lucky stars in the twice-weekly draws. It had reached its maximum size.
The winning numbers of 01, 09, 15, 19 and 25 and Lucky Star numbers 01 and 07 were matched by a ticket sold in Spain, while four UK ticket holders matched five numbers and one Lucky Star to win £900,571 each.
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Interestingly, earlier in September one lucky Irishman has won half a million euro in Euromillions. However, he did not come for the prize. A curious case was discussed for some time, however, it was not possible to find the lucky one.
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