The EuroMillions jackpot has been won yet again by a UK lottery ticket holder. The draw on the 2nd of March was worth £22 million and according to Camelot the lucky winner is from the UK.
A spokesperson for EuroMillions UK operator Camelot said, “It’s amazing to have another big winner here in the UK – we’ve been extremely lucky in recent years.”
The winning numbers were 5, 6, 11, 30, 44 and the Lucky Star numbers were 2 and 6. At the time of this writing, the winner has yet to claim the win so it remains unknown if the winner is an individual or a syndicate.
This is the fourth EuroMillions win in the UK since the first of January 2012. In February, Cassey Carrington and Matt Topham won £45 million while an anonymous lottery ticket player had a win of £46 million. A month before that Gareth and Catherine Bull won £40 million.
Camelot said that as well as the chance to win life changing prizes, the EuroMillions lottery has raised over £27 billion for National Lottery Good Causes, which benefit communities across the UK.
In addition to the £22 million, there were several other prizes won in the UK including the Millionaire Raffle which guarantees a millionaire with every draw. The winning number on 2nd March was DGD218934.
Seven players won the third tier prize of £56,000 each by matching five stars and 95 players won the fourth tier prize of over £2,000 by matching four mains and both stars. There was no second tier winner in the UK on 2nd March.
The lottery has reset and is worth £12 million and players have till tomorrow night to purchase tickets for the EuroMillions. Don’t forget to check lottery results at Euro Millions Lottery.
Written by Joe Taylor for EuroMillion Lottery – your best source for lottery news