The Superdraw has been called to celebrate ten years since Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland joined EuroMillions and will cap off a big money week on the lottery. Having already seen one multimillionaire created on Tuesday when a single Spanish ticket scooped £25.6 million (€32.9 million), players will be hoping for another bumper EuroMillions payout tonight when the draw takes place in Paris. Whatever happens with the jackpot, one UK player is guaranteed to have something to shout about with another Millionaire Raffle prize of £1 million being given away this evening.
With £77 million in your bank account, it would feel like Christmas had arrived two months early. Savvy shoppers have already been planning how they will budget for the festive period, but any ideas of an austerity Yuletide could be banished by bagging the big one tonight, with the discount supermarket fare discarded in favour of a little more opulence. Harrods’ most expensive hamper, The Decadence, weighs in at a hefty £20,000, although that would be a mere snip for anyone who wins tonight’s jackpot.
You could be drizzling 100-year-old balsamic vinegar over your blinis and munching down on a full leg of cured Spanish ham, washed down with a 2007 Chateau La Mission Haut-Brion on Christmas Day, but you’d have to order soon to take advantage of their free delivery offer. You wouldn’t want to spend money unnecessarily, after all!
Tickets for the draw are on sale now and are bound to be in huge demand at authorised retailers. Avoid the queues by buying your EuroMillions Superdraw tickets online! Best of luck!