EuroMillions Numbers and Euro Lottery Prize Breakdown – Draw Results of Friday 14th August 2015

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EuroMillions Draw Details for Friday 14 August 2015

Jackpot: £28,595,278

Draw: 824 | Draw machine: 11 | Ball set: 04

Euro Lottery Prize Breakdown

No. of matches No. of winners Prize per UK winner UK cash prize fund
Match 5 + 2 Stars 1 £28,595,278.40 £28,595,278.40
Match 5 + 1 Star 7 £161,532.80 £161,532.80
Match 5 7 £53,844.20 £53,844.20
Match 4 + 2 Stars 46 £4,096.80 £49,161.60
Match 4 + 1 Star 781 £211.10 £50,030.70
Match 4 1,586 £103.90 £48,833.00
Match 3 + 2 Stars 2,706 £43.50 £30,754.50
Match 2 + 2 Stars 52,937 £10.20 £122,430.60
Match 3 + 1 Star 42,501 £12.10 £144,449.80
Match 3 78,591 £11.00 £251,581.00
Match 1 + 2 Stars 274,294 £5.50 £326,716.50
Match 2 + 1 Star 701,848 £5.90 £1,077,876.90
Match 2 1,235,579 £3.40 £1,156,601.80
UK Millionaire Maker 1 £1,000,000.00 £1,000,000.00
Totals 2,390,885   £33,069,091.80
  • 1 UK Jackpot winner
  • Jackpot wining ticket purchased from UK
  • 1 UK Millionaire Maker winner

The National Lottery Euro Millions Draw Results from Friday 14th August 2015

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Rolling Jackpot Lottery Game to Become Multimillionaire

EuroMillions, launched on 7th February 2004, is a European transnational lottery that is operated by Spain’s Loterias, France’s Francaise des Jeux and UK’s Camelot. The first draw was held in Paris on Friday of 13th February, 2004. Initially the idea was to launch Euro lottery in the year 1994 that can work as single European currency. But the plan was delayed all thanks to bureaucracy, politics and other related factors before it finally took shape a decade later in 2004. The first lottery draw was presented by only 3 countries namely United Kingdom, France and Spain and on 8th October 2004 six additional lotteries joined EuroMillions who were Swiss, Portuguese, Luxembourgian, Irish, Belgium and Austrian.

Playing Lottery at EuroMillions

The lottery draws take place on every Friday and Tuesday night at 20:45 CET in Paris. Whatever amount a person wins including the jackpot is exempted from all kinds of taxes (except in Portugal, Spain and Switzerland). A standard ticket of EuroMillions costs £2.00, €2.00 or CHF 3.00 and it depends on the local currency. From 7th November 2009, the cost of playing in United Kingdom has been increased from £1.5 to £2 because of the combining of EUR/GBP exchange rate. The lottery pools at EuroMillions aim at creating huge prizes and jackpots for the players and playing is not limited to the residents of a particular country unlike that of national lotteries.

How to Play EuroMillions

The lottery game is actually played in 9 participating countries namely Portugal, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Ireland, United Kingdom, France and Spain. In order to win a prize, a player needs to match a minimum of 3 numbers. The lottery can either be played online or one can buy the tickets from the aforementioned participating retailers. In order to play the lottery game, a detailed instruction is provided below under the following points:

(1) Avail a payslip of EuroMillions from any national lottery agent. One must fulfil the age restrictions before they start out to play.

(2) One would need to select any 5 numbers from 1 to 50 and 2 lucky number stars from 1 to 9. The numbers would have to be marked on the ticket by making a vertical line with pen or pencil.

(3) After that the payslip has to be brought at the counter and get it exchanged for the ticket.

(4) After the draw, check the numbers and if you have won, you will need to contact the national lottery agent.

Eligibility for Playing at EuroMillions

There are no strict restrictions as far as eligibility is concerned. One needs to be at least 18 years old and must be a permanent resident of any of the 9 participating countries. However in UK, the minimum age limit is 16 years. The game is actually available to people in UK, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Monaco, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Isle of Man, France, Belgium, Austria and Andorra.

Notable Winnings at EuroMillions

On 29th July 2005, an Irish lady named "Dolores McNamara" registered the biggest ever lottery win at EuroMillions for a whopping jackpot prize of €115,436,126. She is the biggest individual winner ever in the history of EuroMillions. She claimed her prize money at headquarters of Irish in Dublin on 4th of August, 2005.

Conclusion

If you have the dreams of becoming a multimillionaire overnight, then EuroMillions is the best place to get things started for you. If the numbers that you have played match with the one in the draws, then you are a winner and you can get your money by registering your claim. So all you need is to buy tickets and start playing. It is important that you should check the results after each draw at EuroMillions so as to find out whether you have won or not. Never depend on automated mails that promise to inform you because they are often regarded as a spam and your chance of winning might get lost over some misinformation.