This means that even if there is no jackpot winner tonight the EuroMillions top prize of €190 million (£148 million) will roll down and be shared amongst players in the next winning prize tier. Therefore it could be the case tonight that if no match five plus two winner is found then the impressive prize money will be shared amongst ticket holders in the next winning prize tier which could be the match five numbers and one Lucky Star tier.
This EuroMillions jackpot tonight of €190 million is the largest ever euro jackpot that has been available to win to date. Previous to this the EuroMillions jackpot reached €185 million (converted to just over £161 million) in July 2012 in which the famous ticket holders from Scotland Colin and Chris Weir walked away with the jackpot and title of largest ever EuroMillions jackpot winners.
Whether there will be any ticket holders that match five plus two combination drawn in the EuroMillions tonight to walk away with the jackpot tonight remains to be seen, but if you fancy joining the long list of EuroMillions jackpot winners make sure you purchase your EuroMillions tickets sooner rather than later as you won’t want to miss out on winning this superb jackpot tonight!