ONE of the largest ever Euromillions ‘tremendous jackpots’ of £110m is up for grabs tomorrow – and Brits are urged to get their tickets now.
Punters might bag themselves an astonishing nine-figure money prize.
One of many largest ever Euromillions ‘tremendous jackpots’ of £110m is up for grabs tomorrowCredit score: Alamy
Steve Thomson scooped a £105m prize within the jackpot final yr
To win the jackpot, ticket holders might want to match 5 foremost numbers on the ticket in addition to two fortunate stars.
Gamers can both enter numbers themselves or select the fortunate dip for randomly chosen numbers.
Even ticket-holders who narrowly miss out on the jackpot can nonetheless win an unimaginable money prize of £130,554 if they will match 5 numbers.
And the whopping £110m prize is even greater than the unimaginable £79m jackpot gained by a fortunate Brit ticket holder on October 27.
EuroMillions tickets may be purchased on-line on a regular basis from 6am till 11pm. – however on a draw day punters will want their ticket bought earlier than 7.30pm.
And you’ll even tune in to observe the EuroMillions draw reside on The Nationwide Lottery web site at 8.45pm each Tuesday or Friday.
The fortunate Euromillions star may very well be richer than boxer Anthony Joshua – who has a internet value of £60m, based on Celebrity Net Worth.
And the winner might even have deeper pockets than Hollywood megastar Daniel Radcliffe, who based on the Sunday Times has a internet value of £94m.
Earlier winners embrace self-employed builder Steve Thomson, 42, who bagged an unimaginable £105m prize in November 2019.
And Frances and Patrick Connolly, from County Armagh, Northern Ireland, were left speechless after scooping the £115m jackpot in January final yr.
However gamers are urged to triple examine their tickets – as some winners have claimed the prize with simply hours to go.
If a sound declare shouldn’t be acquired inside 180 days the prize will go to profit Nationwide Lottery Initiatives throughout the UK.
And there are seven whopping £1million money prizes nonetheless ready to be claimed, based on the National Lottery website.
In September, one mystery winner came forward at the very last minute in South Ayrshire, Scotland, to scoop the 58m jackpot for a draw on March 17.
Frances, 52, and Patrick Connolly, 54, gained the large New Yr’s Day draw