EuroMillions results: Tuesday numbers for huge £195 million jackpot revealed - and how to check your ticket UK
UK players are being advised to check their tickets as the huge prize pot still remains unclaimed
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EuroMillions players were keeping their fingers crossed as the numbers came in for this week’s huge jackpot.
The prize pot is the biggest National Lottery win of all time at a whopping £195 million.
Last night’s winning ticket comes from the UK and has still yet to be claimed.
Could you be one of the UK’s richest lottery winners?
Here’s everything you need to know about the EuroMillions draw for Tuesday 19 July, 2022.
What were the winning Euromillions numbers for Tuesday 19 July?
The winning numbers for the EuroMillions draw on 19 July are: 6, 23, 27, 40, 41.
The Lucky Stars are: 02 and 12.
What was the Millionaire Maker code for Tuesday 19 July?
Fear not if your numbers did not net you the £195m jackpot.
EuroMillions player have an extra chance of winning a cool £1m, with the Millionaire Maker Selection.
The code drawn for Tuesday 19 July was:
How do I check my EuroMillions ticket?
The National Lottery website is your best friend to checking your the numbers on your ticket.
The website’s EuroMillions section features a numbers checker where you can input the numbers on your ticket and the webiste will automatically match these against the drawn numbers and let you know if you have won anything.
Additionally, if you choose the same numbers for each draw, you can save your numbers in the system so you don’t have to input them for each draw.
When is the next EuroMillions draw?
The Euromillions draw is held twice a week.
The first of these draws is held on a Tuesday and the second draw is held on a Friday.
Both draws normally take place from between 8.15pm and 8.45pm and can be watched live on the National LotteryYouTube channel.
What happens if the winning lottery ticket is unclaimed?
Players have 180 days to come forward from the day of the draw to claim their prize.
If no one comes forward within the 180 day limit then the prize money, plus all the interest it has gathered goes towards the Good Causes Fund, which is managed by the National Lottery.
It’s more common than you’d think, currently in the UK there are 11 unclaimed EuroMillions winning tickets.