The Euromillions Lottery Jackpot For Tuesday, December 19, Is Now Up To An Estimated £118 Million

Winning the lost would put you straight into the Sunday Times Rich List

The jackpot for the EuroMillions lottery draw on Tuesday stands at an estimated £118 million.

With the top prize going unclaimed on Friday, the next draw on Tuesday, December 19, has seen the total continuing to climb.

And if a single ticket wins it, that would make them the fourth biggest ever winner in the UK.

According to the Sunday Times Rich List, the prize would make them instantly joint 927th richest person in the country.

They’d have more cash in the bank than stars like musicians Phil Collins and Dave Gilmour of Pink Floyd, both sitting on a £110 million fortune – and more than Ed Sheeran (£52m) and Kylie Minogue (£56m) put together.

The EuroMillions draw takes place every Tuesday and Friday – tickets cost £2.50 each.

You need to select five numbers from 1-50 and two Lucky Star numbers from 1-12 – or just select Lucky Dip and the numbers are picked for you at random. Each tickets also automatically enters you into the Millionaire Maker draw.

You can play EuroMillions online from 8am to 11pm. But sales stop at 7.30pm on the draw days of Tuesday and Friday.

If you match five numbers and the two Lucky Stars, you win the jackpot. If there’s more than one winner, the prize is shared. Matching the Millionaire Maker code wins you £1 million.

The jackpot can rise all the way up to 190 million Euros – around £167 million. It will then be capped, and the extra money in the prize fund will add to the winnings of next highest tier of prizes winners.

That can happen four times, then the jackpot must be won. A ticket holder in Spain won that amount in the draw on Friday, October 6, 2017.

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