The coveted jackpot was last won over a month ago, on Friday 2nd May, when one UK player matched all seven numbers drawn to scoop the entire £73.2 million top prize.
The largest jackpot seen in EuroMillions so far this year was won on Tuesday 7th January and was shared between one player from Spain and another from France. Each winner claimed half of the €130,227,770 top prize.
The second largest jackpot so far this year, and the largest prize awarded to a single ticket holder, came on Friday 14th March when UK mechanic Neil Trotter was the only person to match all seven numbers drawn. Trotter took home the incredible top prize of £107,932,603.
With the current jackpot creeping close to the £100 million mark, participation in tonight’s draw is certain to be high. If you’d like the chance to win big, make sure you buy your tickets in plenty of time as there may be lengthy queues at retailers. Alternatively, you can skip the queues and purchase your lottery tickets online by following the Lottery Tickets tab at the top of the page.
Online ticket purchases protect players from the theft, damage or loss of their ticket and, if you’re lucky enough to become a winner, you’ll be automatically notified via email or text.