The National Lottery Awards 2020
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Expansive property portfolios, frequent holidays abroad and luxury sports cars are all examples of what a winner could splash out on if they win the huge jackpot tonight. One of the most lucrative lotteries in the world, EuroMillions has made multimillionaires out of Europeans since 2004.
On October 15, 2021, a record jackpot of £184 million was won by an anonymous French ticket holder.
Meanwhile, the largest UK EuroMillions jackpot win was recorded in 2019 by an anonymous ticket holder, who took home £170 million.
Prior to that the previous record win was held by Colin Weir, from Scotland, who in 2011 banked £161 million on a Lucky Dip ticket.
Every EuroMillions ticket also gives you automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker that evening, which guarantees at least one player to pocket £1 million in every draw.
How do you play EuroMillions?
You can buy EuroMillions tickets online, on the National Lottery App, or in most local newsagents.
Pick five numbers from one to 50 and two lucky stars from one to 12, or try a Lucky Dip for randomly selected numbers.
Choose to play on a Tuesday, Friday, or both, then the numbers of weeks you’d like to opt in for.
You can play up to seven lines of numbers at £2.50 each and buy a maximum of 10 slips at a time.
Players have until 7.30pm on the evening of the draw to buy their ticket.
If no one wins tonight’s jackpot, it will roll over to Friday’s draw.
However, with up to 100 million EuroMillions entries in an average draw, the competition is fierce to say the least.
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What are the winning EuroMillions numbers?
The winning numbers haven’t yet been released.
A draw will take place between 8.30pm and 8.45pm.
Express.co.uk will update this page as soon as the winning numbers are known.
What are my odds of winning?
Odds of a person winning the jackpot are estimated to be a one in 140 million chance.
The full prize of £51 million will be awarded to the ticket holder who correctly the five main numbers and two lucky stars.
If you guess the five main numbers and one lucky star, you will receive £130,554.30.
The third prize is five main numbers with a win of £13,561.20 while four main numbers and two lucky stars will put £844.70 in your bank.
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