EuroMillions results February 16 LIVE: What are winning EuroMillions numbers tonight? | UK | News (Reports)


Each Tuesday and Friday the EuroMillions are drawn, giving ticket holders the chance to win life-changing amounts of money twice a week. As well as the coveted jackpot prize, the EuroMillions includes the Millionaire Maker – which does exactly what it says on the tin.

One lucky ticket holder each draw bags themselves a cool £1million thanks to the Millionaire Maker.

The Millionaire Maker code is automatically included on tickets, meaning you don’t have to do anything extra to participate.

You have until 7.30pm GMT to buy tickets on the night of the draw – so best be quick!

The EuroMillions draw takes place after 8.15pm each Tuesday and Friday, and will bring you the results as they happen.

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The EuroMillions jackpot is £157million tonight, and to win you must match all seven numbers – the five main numbers and two lucky stars.

However, you don’t have to match all seven to win a prize.

If you match five main numbers plus one lucky star, you could win £130,554.30.

And if you pick the five main numbers you could take home £13,5161.20.

Tonight’s Thunderball jackpot is £500,000 – and to win you must match the five main numbers and the Thunderball.

Like the EuroMillions, the chance to buy Thunderball tickets for tonight’s draw cuts off at 7.30pm.

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If you match the five main numbers you can bag yourself £5,000, while four main numbers plus the Thunderball is worth £250.

Unlike the EuroMillions, the Thunderball draw takes place four days a week, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

That gives players four chances to win £500,000 every week.

What happens if you win big?

Prizes over £500 up to and including £30,000 – To claim your prize, you’ll need to confirm the prize should be paid to the debit card registered to your National Lottery account before 11pm on the last day of the claim period.

You can do this via the message the National Lottery sends to your account for draw games, or via the prize notification when you finish a game for Instant Win Games.

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Prizes over £30,000 up to and including £50,000 – If you’ve been really lucky and won over £30,000 and up to and including £50,000, please call the National Lottery on 0333 234 44 33 during their normal opening hours during the claim period to claim your prize. Prizes will be paid by cheque.

Prizes over £50,000 must be claimed in person during the claim period. Call the National Lottery on 0333 234 44 33 during their normal opening hours during the claim period to validate your claim and they will arrange to process your claim in person.


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