No Jackpot Winner in EuroMillions Superdraw
Updated: Monday 27th September 2021
The EuroMillions jackpot will rise higher for the next draw on Tuesday after the £111 million prize proved to be just out of reach in Friday’s Superdraw. It was still a night to remember for thousands of UK players who banked other prizes.
The winning numbers for the Superdraw on 24th September were 2, 12, 20, 27 and 41, plus Lucky Stars 10 and 12. Go to the EuroMillions Results page for more information about the draw, including the number of UK winners in each category and the value of all the prizes. You can also see the result of the Millionaire Maker, which guarantees that one lucky ticket holder receives £1 million in every draw.
The jackpot will now move forward to the next draw and keep climbing until it is won, or until it hits its limit of €220 million (approximately £190 million).
Super Jackpot events help to create some of EuroMillions’ biggest winners, and at least three are scheduled every year.
Biggest UK Winners
There have been several huge jackpots paid out already since the start of 2021, and UK players have enjoyed their fair share of the success. The last Superdraw in June was won on the night and a single UK ticket holder grabbed the lot. They contacted the National Lottery by the end of the weekend to kick off the claims process.
The June winner opted to stay anonymous, as did another UK player who scooped £122 million on 2nd April. The biggest winner in UK lottery history, who picked up £170 million in October 2019, also decided to stay private.
Some UK winners have been happy to go public over the years. Colin and Chris Weir, from Ayrshire, were happy to step into the limelight when they won £161 million in July 2011. They used their higher profile, and newfound wealth, to set up a charitable trust and donate to several causes close to their heart.
Take a look at the top 10 winners from EuroMillions history, as well as details on where they were from and whether they stayed anonymous.
Check EuroMillions Tickets
Whether you won a major prize in Friday’s Superdraw or just a few pounds, you need to claim your prize within 180 days of the draw taking place. If you don’t meet the deadline, your ticket will no longer be valid and you won’t receive a penny.
A number of big EuroMillions prizes are currently unclaimed and in danger of never being paid out if the winners don’t come forward in time.
Make sure to keep your tickets safe until you have found out whether or not you are a winner. There are several ways to find out, including the EuroMillions Checker or the ticket scanner on Lottery.co.uk’s app. If you play online, you will automatically be notified if you win.
If you missed out on a prize this time around, you can set your sights on Tuesday’s enormous jackpot. Get involved online or go to any authorised lottery retailer.Published: Monday 27th September 2021
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