Huge £ 143million lottery jackpot up for grabs tonight

Huge £ 143million lottery jackpot is up for grabs tonight after no one wins the top prize in Tuesday’s EuroMillions draw

  • Lucky punter could win monster £ 143million Euromillions jackpot tonight
  • The jackpot has accumulated over the summer since its last win in July
  • Players from nine countries can purchase tickets for tonight’s huge jackpot
  • The results of the draw will be published between 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. this evening

Tonight’s EuroMillions draw could see one lucky participant take home an incredible £ 143million.

The pan-European competition takes place in nine countries on the continent, with participants selecting five numbers between one and 50 – plus two lucky stars between one and 12.

Tickets for tonight’s draw are on sale until 7:30 p.m., with results to be announced between 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

Tonight’s Euromillions jackpot is £ 143 million. Players from nine countries hope to predict the right five numbers and two lucky stars to win the pot

In March, Ade Goodchild won over £ 71million on the Euromillions

In March, Ade Goodchild won over £ 71million on the Euromillions

The jackpot has accumulated since it was last won on Friday July 19 when the lucky winner took home £ 96million.

A EuroMillions ticket costs £ 2.50 and includes automatic entry to the UK Millionaire Maker raffle, which “creates new UK millionaires every week guaranteed!”

Participants can play up to 7 lines of numbers on each game card and purchase up to 10 game cards at a time.

By matching five main numbers and two lucky stars, participants will win the jackpot – if there are multiple winners, the prize is shared among all jackpot winners.

Matching the UK Millionaire Maker code will win £ 1,000,000, and luckier entrants could potentially win both the jackpot and the UK Millionaire Maker on the same ticket.

Prizes are estimated based on expected sales and number of winners, as well as currency exchange rates.

Actual prizes vary with each draw, depending on exchange rates, number of tickets sold and number of entries matching the same numbers.

The National Lottery website states: “If there are more winners than expected in a prize category, the prize in that category may be lower than the prize in a lower prize category. “

Participants expressed their hopes on social media today in anticipation of the big draw.

Players must be 16 years of age or older


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