PUNTERS can scoop the Euromillion's biggest ever prize tonight with a massive £176million up for grabs.
And combined with other prizes a whopping £188 million in lottery jackpots could be won this weekend.
The Euromillions draw takes place at 8.45pm tonight and results will be revealed here as soon as they are announced.
Tickets can still be bought up until 7.30pm this evening.
The biggest ever Euromillions jackpot before tonight's draw was £170million, which was bagged by an anonymous winner in October 2019.
Lotto customers can enter to win a number of prizes this weekend including the £1million bonus million-maker prize on the Euromillions, while the Lotto jackpot prize for Saturday night is £11.4million.
If the Euromillions jackpot is claimed tonight, the winner would be richer than Harry Styles whose worth is estimated at around £74million, and Kanye West valued at £170million.
They would also overtake sports superstars Roger Federer, £75.8million, Cristiano Ronaldo £75million, and Lionel Messi, £74.3million, according to the Forbes rich list.
TOP 5 BIGGEST LOTTERY WINS ACROSS 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.
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.
Colin and Chris Weir, from Largs in Scotland, netted a huge £161,653,000 in the July 12, 2011.
Adrian and Gillian Bayford, from Haverhill, Suffolk, picked up £148,656,000 after they played the draw on August, 10, 2012, while Jane Park became Britain's youngest lottery winner when she scooped up £1 million in 2013.
Sue Davies, 64, bought a lottery ticket to celebrate ending five months of shielding during the pandemic — and won £500,000.
Sandra Devine, 36, accidentally won £300k – she intended to buy her usual £100 National Lottery Scratchcard, but came home with a much bigger prize.
The odds of winning the lottery are estimated to be about one in 14million – BUT you've got to be in it to win it.
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