EuroMillions results for Tuesday, December 8: Winning numbers from the $ 175 million draw and Thunderball

EuroMillions results for Tuesday, December 8: Winning numbers from the $ 175 million draw and Thunderball

These are the winning numbers for tonight’s EuroMillions draw and Thunderball.

Jackpot 5 for Tuesday, December 8 is 175 million. If you purchased a ticket, you can check your numbers below.

Good luck!

Winning numbers: 1, 4, 21, 24, and 46.

Tonight’s lucky stars: 2 and 12.

How many numbers do you need to win?

If you have two numbers or one number and two lucky stars or the best you are a winner.

Players must request five key numbers and two lucky star numbers to apply for the jackpot.

The Thunderball draw was also made tonight.

Winning Thunderball Numbers: 10, 14, 21, 24, and 26.

There was Thunderball: 12.

In June 2019, a ticket holder in the UK won $ 123 million in a EuroMillions draw on Tuesday night. It is the third largest Euromillions jackpot in the UK since its launch in 2004.

This meant that they immediately became as rich as Fifty Shades of Gray writer LL James (7 127 m) and Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page (m 125 m).

But they are not the biggest EuroMillions winners. The title belongs to Colin and Chris Weir of North Ayrshire, Scotland, who won $ 161 million in 2011, making them the current record holders for the biggest lottery win in the UK. Following the lottery win, they donated $ 1 million to the Scottish National Party. Unfortunately Mr Weir died in December 2019 at the age of 71.

In 2012, Adrian and Gillian Bayford from Suffolk won more than $ 148 million. The two pairs have been separated since Euromillions won the jackpot.

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Although EuroMillions is played in nine European countries, four of the biggest jackpots last year were claimed in the UK.

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