Lottery Results – EuroMillions lottery draw results on March 26, 2021

Spain – EuroMillions Winning Numbers

10-12-37-49-50-3-8
EuroMillions lottery results, March 26, 2021
Next estimated jackpot: €125 million

Spain – EuroMillions Prize Breakdown

1st Prize: 5+2 Lucky Stars = No Winners
2nd Prize: 5+1 Lucky Star = No Winners
3rd Prize: Match 5 = €11,281.70
4th Prize: 4+2 Lucky Stars = €1,341.70
5th Prize: 4+1 Lucky Star = €134.19
6th Prize: Match 4 = €46.73
7th Pize: 3+2 Lucky Stars = €55.38
8th Prize: 3+1 Lucky Star = €11.95
9th Prize: Match 3 = €10.46
10th Prize: 2+2 Lucky Stars = €12.48
11th Prize: 2+1 Lucky Star = €5.59
12th Prize: Match 2 = €4.27
13th Prize: 1+2 Lucky Stars = €5.63

Spain – EuroMillions Lottery Information

Guess Range: 5/50 + Lucky Star 2/12
Offered In: Spain
Schedule:
Tue 21:00
Fri 21:00
(Local draw time)
Jackpot Type: CASH
Tax Requirement: Tickets for this lottery are purchased in Spain. Lottery prizes are subject to taxation at source. There are two tax bands. Tax Band 1: Tax-free up to €40,000. Tax Band 2: Any portion of the prize exceeding €40,000 is subject to a tax rate of 20%. Citizens of other countries are entitled to claim full tax refunds – read our detailed lottery taxes information. Check the tax laws in your country of residence for any further local taxation you may be subject to.

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EuroMillions is Europe’s #1 lottery game! The EuroMillions lottery has awarded the continent’s most notable jackpots. This European lotto boasts a record jackpot prize of €210 million that was set on 26 February 2021! EuroMillions draws are held every Tuesday and Friday at the EuroMillions studio in Paris. To become Europe’s next jackpot millionaire, choose your five main numbers and two Lucky Stars!

Check Your EuroMillions Lottery Results

The EuroMillions lottery features 13 amazing prize categories, and lottery players must match five winning numbers as well as the two Lucky Stars to win the jackpot! The winning numbers are chosen from a drum of 1-50 and the Lucky Stars are two numbers that required to win the jackpot, are chosen from a separate drum of 1-12. The Lucky Stars are two additional numbers that allow EuroMillions lottery players to win supplementary prizes as well as the grand jackpot.

In addition, throughout the year, EuroMillions offers players the option of entering the EuroMillions Superdraw, where the jackpot starts at a minimum €100 million and grows until it hits the €220 million cap!

Spain EuroMillions El Millón Raffle Results

All tickets purchased for the Spanish edition of EuroMillions automatically participate in the supplementary El Millón Raffle. An amazing guaranteed prize of €1 million is awarded to one lucky winner in each draw.

When you play Spain EuroMillions, an 8-digit alphanumeric code is printed at the bottom of each ticket you purchase. If this code matches the one drawn in the raffle, you win the €1 million El Millón prize.

EuroMillions Lottery Record Jackpots

EuroMillions jackpots are world-renowned for good reason. With a top prize now set at €220,000,000, EuroMillions offers jackpots much higher than most lottery games around the world. The first time the previous jackpot cap of €190 million was reached was in August 2012 — the €190 million (£148.6 million) sum was won by the Bayfords in the UK. It was then reached again in October 2014 and won by a lucky ticket holder in Portugal.

The third time the EuroMillions jackpot cap was reached was after the Superdraw rolled over to reach €190 million and was finally won by a single ticket holder in Spain in October 2017. An earlier EuroMillions record jackpot record was set in July 2011. The Weirs from Scotland took home the top prize of €185 million (£161.6 million).

Another €190 million prize was won by a single ticket purchased in the UK in the 8 October, 2019 draw. This win broke two records. It was the first time that the EuroMillions jackpot cap was reached in a regular draw, and it’s currently the biggest lottery jackpot ever awarded to a UK citizen! Click to read more about the EuroMillions Superdraw.

EuroMillions reached a new record on 11 December 2020 after it awarded an extraordinary €200 million jackpot prize to a single ticket purchased in France! This comes after of a series of exciting rollovers after the 20 November 2020 Superdraw where the jackpot prize was boosted to €130 million.

On 26 February 2021, EuroMillions broke two records after a single ticket sold in Switzerland won the entire €210 million prize! This is not only EuroMillions’ new record jackpot, it’s also the biggest jackpot ever won in Europe. The exciting win was created by a Superdraw series that started on 5 February 2021 which featured a boosted prize of €130 million. Now that €210 million jackpot cap has been reached, the EuroMillions top prize can now grow to an extraordinary €220 million!

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