The last two EuroMillions draws have been a rousing success as the jackpot has been won each time. On Friday 24th October, a single Portuguese ticket holder snapped up the entire £149.7 million (€190 million) jackpot on offer. Then, on Tuesday 28th October, a French ticket holder won the entire minimum jackpot of £11.8 million (€15 million). Some players might think this is a bit eerie, given the time of year, but others will be hoping that they can repeat this performance in tonight’s draw!
While the jackpot is the star of the show, many UK EuroMillions fans must be salivating at the prospect of a £1 million prize and a mind-blowing private island holiday. To learn more about Mega Friday and how it works, visit Euro-Millions.com.
After two jackpot wins in a row, you may think that you have what it takes to beat the odds, cast your spell and win either the jackpot or one of the amazing Mega Friday prizes. If that's the case, you need to buy EuroMillions tickets if you haven’t done so already. The witching hour (or close of sales) looms ahead at 7.30pm GMT (8.30pm CET), so you need to dust off your flying broom and get moving. Good luck!