Tue. Sep 27th, 2022
A BRIT could be significantly richer to the tune of a cool £169million if they scoop the EuroMillions jackpot tonight.

Anyone feeling lucky has until 7.30pm today to enter the draw and any EuroMillions ticket will see them get automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker.


A lucky Brit could scoop a very sizeable £169m in tonight’s EuroMillions draw[/caption]

Contestants need five main number plus two Lucky Stars to win the colossal amount of money.

Players can pick their own numbers or opt for a lucky dip, where the numbers are randomly generated.

The main numbers range from 1-50 with the Lucky Star numbers going from 1-12.

Someone picking all five main numbers correctly but only one Lucky Star stands to win just over £130,554.

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Even with no Lucky Stars, if you still draw five main numbers you can win just over £13.5k.

The guaranteed price in the UK Millionaire Maker, which you receive automatic entry into if you buy a EuroMillions ticket, is £1million.

A lucky winner bagged £195million in July this year, making them richer than Grammy-winner Adele – who is worth around £150m, according to the Sunday Times rich list.

UK ticketholders Joe Thwaite and wife Jess won £184million in the May EuroMillions draw earlier this year.

Despite their astonishing new wealth, one of their first purchases was a second-hand Volvo.

Another life-changing win of £3.6 million was awarded to Helen and Lee Kuchczynski in July 2022.

Helen, 58, said: “We have rented all our married life, and with retirement looming didn’t think that would ever change.

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“Instead of the usual Chinese takeaway in front of the telly to celebrate my birthday, we bought a whopping detached house with all the mod cons – it’s even got electric gates!”

Lee, 52, hasn’t missed a beat either as he’s swapped in an HGV for his dream car, an Audi RS4 Avant.

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