This Friday one player could win an estimated €188million! With no EuroMillions player matching all five main numbers and two Lucky Star numbers in Tuesday’s draw, the jackpot rolled over - and we couldn’t be more excited!
EuroMillions has been creating big winners since it was launched in 2004. With 13 different prize tiers, there are lucky players in every draw. The total number of winners to date is 2,743,385,956.
The current record-holders for the biggest ever lottery win are Colin and Chris Weir from Scotland who won £161 million in 2011.
Players are urged to get their tickets early to be in with a chance to win a life-changing EuroMillions prize this Friday just like Colin and Chris!
The cap on the EuroMillions is €190 million so the prize this week is almost as much as it's possible to win. If the jackpot reaches the 190m Euro level, all the funds from ticket sales that would have made the top prize even higher are rolled down to the next winning tier.
The jackpot can roll over four more times when it reaches that amount but if by the fifth nobody wins it, the full amount is split between the winners in the next tier. This has the added advantage of potentially making a number of players multimillionaires in a single night!