A WHOPPING £157million is up for grabs in tonight’s EuroMillions draw – and the winner could bag the UK’s third biggest Lotto prize ever.
The life-changing sum would make the player richer than Adele, whose fortune is estimated to be £150m.
They could also afford to buy 150 of the new £1million Aston Martin Valhalla with some change to spare.
Or they could join UFC fighter Conor McGregor as the proud owner of a luxury Lamborghini yacht worth £2.7million.
The draw is at 8pm tonight, so you’ve got just a few hours left to bag a ticket.
The EuroMillions draw takes place every Tuesday and Friday with each ticket costing £2.50.
Every ticket also bags you an automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker, which guarantees at least one player will pocket £1million in every draw.
The odds of winning any EuroMillions prize are 1 in 13.
The UK’s biggest ever Euromillions jackpot winner, who has chosen to remain anonymous, netted a cool £170,221,000 in October 2019.
Colin and Chris Weir, from Largs in Scotland, netted the second largest prize – a huge £161,653,000 in the July 12, 2011.
To get an idea of just how big tonight’s jackpot is, if £157million was laid out in a line of £50 notes, they would stretch 489km – all the way from London to just past Newcastle.
And if the £50 notes were piled high, it would be an astonishing 417metres of money – equal to two of the Great Pyramids of Giza.
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Camelot’s Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Advisor at The National Lottery, said “What a flipping good pancake day this could be for a lucky UK winner!
“They would become our 11th winner to win over £100million and the third richest in the Lottery records.
“I’ve had the pleasure of meeting many players that have won big on The National Lottery and the best advice I can give is to take your time to plan out what you want to do with the win and who you want to help out.
“Don’t rush into buying anything extravagant or giving it all away.
“My team and I have our fingers crossed for all UK players and are on standby to support our big winners as they start their life-changing journey.”