Land an Eight-Figure Jackpot Fit For Royalty
Tonight’s EuroMillions top prize is a double rollover worth £32 million, and whilst horse-drawn carriages, designer ball gowns and other wedding necessities may not be at the top of your agenda, winning the eight-figure jackpot would open a world of opportunities for the winner.
Prince Harry and his brother, Prince William, have a reported net worth of £28 million each, according to The Richest, so landing this evening’s EuroMillions jackpot would see you rub shoulders with royalty in a financial sense.
The EuroMillions jackpot was last won on Tuesday 8th May when an Austrian ticket holder from Tyrol took home €45 million (£39 million) after matching all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars. They became the lottery’s seventh jackpot winner of the year, and players from Portugal, Spain, France, Belgium and beyond will be looking to emulate this success in the upcoming draw.
Two Guaranteed UK Millionaires Tonight
As well as the EuroMillions jackpot worth at least £32 million, there will be further cause for celebration somewhere in the UK with two guaranteed millionaires in tonight’s draw. Entry into the UK Millionaire Maker draw is included in the main EuroMillions draw for players across the UK, and two nine-digit winning codes, consisting of four letters and five numbers, will be drawn at random. More information can be found on the UK Millionaire Maker page.
24th May Deadline For €1 Million Cork Winner
If you do land a prize in tonight’s EuroMillions draw - be it the jackpot or winnings in the other 12 prize tiers - you have between 60 days and three years to claim your prize, based on which country you’ve entered from. Make sure you claim your prize within the allocated timeframe, as you won’t be able to once the deadline has expired.
That is the worry facing a Cork-based EuroMillions player, who won €1 million in a special EuroMillions raffle on Tuesday 23rd February after buying a ticket in Eason at the Wilton Shopping Centre. They now only have a matter of days to contact lottery officials and claim their prize before the claim period expires on Thursday 24th May.
The winning code was I-DKB-06633, and fresh appeals have been made for the elusive winner to come forward. It would be fitting if the search for the lucky player came to an end on Royal Wedding weekend, so get in touch with friends, family and work colleagues if you believe they might be the mysterious winner.
Join A Syndicate For Your Own Fairy Tale
There’s still time to join a syndicate for tonight’s draw worth £32 million, so kick off the Royal wedding weekend in style by entering EuroMillions and you could have your own fairy tale weekend.