EuroMillions results January 29 LIVE: What are tonight’s winning EuroMillions numbers? | UK | News (Reports)

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The EuroMillions is drawn each Tuesday and Friday, giving ticket holders the chance to win life-changing sums of money each week. This week the National Lottery’s EuroMillions jackpot is a staggering £27 million, with the added chance of your ticket making you a millionaire overnight.

Each EuroMillions ticket not only gives you the chance of winning the jackpot but with the Millionaire Maker’s code one lucky person could win £1million.

You can buy EuroMillions tickets until 7.30pm the day of the draw and can either pick your own numbers or opt for a lucky dip.

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Each line calls for five numbers between one and 50, and two lucky stars between one and 12.

Winning the jackpot could give you the chance to take that once in a lifetime holiday, buy your dream car or buy the perfect home.

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Matching five main numbers could bag you £13,561.20 and matching four main numbers plus two lucky stars will make your ticket worth £844.70.

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Also drawn tonight is the Thunderball, which has a jackpot of £500,000.

Players pay just £1 per line and pick five main numbers from 1 to 39 and a Thunderball from 1 to 14.

Prizes range from £3 for matching just the Thunderball up to the jackpot prize of £500,000 for matching all five main numbers and the Thunderball.

Signing into the app or National Lottery website will also tell you if your ticket is a winner.

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The National Lottery keeps around one percent of revenue in profit, while around 95 percent of total revenue goes back to winners and society.

To date, National Lottery players have helped to raise over £42 billion for Good Causes, with more than 625,000 individual awards made across the UK.

This is the equivalent of more than 220 lottery grants in every UK postcode district.

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