What Could You Buy With This Tuesday’s £99 million EuroMillions Jackpot?

With a top prize standing at £99 million (€116 million), all eyes will be on this Tuesday’s EuroMillions draw. There’s no doubting that winning the pan-European’s biggest prize since October 2016 would prove life-changing, but how could you spend such a colossal sum of money?

What Could You Buy With This Tuesday’s £99 million EuroMillions Jackpot?

Other than offering financial security for life, the upcoming jackpot, which is the result of 11 straight rollovers, would allow you to live the life you’ve always dreamed of and pursue your wildest fantasies. You could start by picking up a place in the countryside or a luxury apartment overlooking a bustling metropolis in the nation of your choice; or why not both? Of course, you would need a car or two to match your new lifestyle. Something grand and imposing for everyday use and a few sportier numbers for weekends.

Of course, your idea of a millionaire’s lifestyle might extend beyond fancy houses and flashy cars. Perhaps you would venture forth and meet the people as you travel the globe, exploring the wonders this world has to offer. You could be enjoying the sun-kissed beaches of the Seychelles one week and the bright lights of Las Vegas the next. Naturally, with such a vast fortune sitting pretty in your bank account, being transported here, there and everywhere should not be a problem as you kick back in first class or take the only seat in the house aboard your own private jet.

If jet-setting isn’t your raison d’etre, you could always invest some of your newfound wealth in a cause that’s dear to your heart. That was the route taken by £148.6 million EuroMillions winner Adrian Bayford, who opened his own shop selling coveted memorabilia from the world of music and movies. Or, you could sink your money into helping out your favourite sports club, much like Chris and Colin Weir. The winners of a £161.6 million jackpot in 2011, the couple invested heavily in their favourite football team, Partick Thistle, in a move which helped the Glasgow side establish themselves in the top flight of Scottish football.

However you would spend a £99 million (€116 million) jackpot, you have to enter the draw in order to stand a chance of winning. So, if you would like to claim the game's biggest prize since a Belgian man walked away with €168 million in October 2016, you can start your jackpot journey by picking your numbers online or playing via an authorised retailer in any of the nine participating nations across the continent. Best of luck!

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