EuroMillions £126million bumper jackpot up for grabs TONIGHT – get your ticket now
A WHOPPING £126million is up for grabs in tonight's Euromillions draw.
The EuroMillions and Thunderball results will be revealed here as soon as they are announced.
The life-changing cash prizes at stake could see you handing in your notice to retire early – swapping your daily commute for cocktails on a superyacht.
The EuroMillions draw takes place every Tuesday and Friday with each ticket costing £2.50.
Every EuroMillions ticket also bags you an automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker, which guarantees at least one player will pocket £1million in every draw.
The odds of winning any EuroMillions prize are 1 in 13.
The first EuroMillions draw took place on February 7, 2004, by three organisations: France's Française des Jeux, Loterías y Apuestas del Estado in Spain and the Camelot in the UK.
TOP 5 BIGGEST LOTTERY WINS IN THE WORLD
- £1.308 billion (Powerball) on January 13 2016 in the US, for which three winning tickets were sold, remains history’s biggest lottery prize
- £1.267 billion (Mega Million) a winner from South Carolina took their time to come forward to claim their prize in March 2019 not long before the April deadline
- £633.76 million (Powerball draw) from a winner from Wisconsin
- £625.76 million (Powerball) Mavis L. Wanczyk of Chicopee, Massachusetts claimed the jackpot in August 2017
- £575.53 million (Powerball) A lucky pair of winners scooped the jackpot in Iowa and New York in October 2018
One of the UK’s biggest prizes was up for grabs on December, 4, 2020 with a whopping £175million EuroMillions jackpot, which would make a winner richer than Adele.
Another previous UK winner who's whole life was altered with their jackpot was a player who wanted to remain anonymous on October 8, 2019. They walked off with a cool £170,221,000.
Colin and Chris Weir, from Largs in Scotland, netted a huge £161,653,000 in the July 12, 2011.
It comes after a lucky dad won £119,000 on a EuroMillions ticket after he only popped out for carrots.
Martin Gilbey, 50, decided to buy it only because he had no cash on him and needed to spend more than £3 to use his debit card.
Partner Tracy Priest had sent him to the shop for the veg as she prepped a Sunday roast.
He snapped up a Lucky Dip lottery ticket for that night’s draw to make up the amount — and it matched all five main numbers plus one Lucky Star.
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