Participation in tomorrow’s draw is expected to be high as this is now the third largest jackpot seen so far this year. The largest EuroMillions jackpot so far this year reached £108 million (€130 million) before being won on 7th January by one ticket holder from Spain and another from France. The second largest jackpot so far this year was from the draw on 14th March and was won by UK ticket holder Neil Trotter who took home the entire top prize worth £107 million (€130 million).
As the ticket deadline for tomorrow night’s draw approaches, lengthy queues at authorised lottery retailers likely but you can avoid them by playing EuroMillions online. The online facility has the added advantages that tickets are stored securely in your online account and checked automatically against the winning draw numbers. However, the biggest advantage is the email alert sent for any tickets containing a winning combination and any winnings paid directly into your online account. With so many significant prizes going unclaimed in the past 12 months, it makes sense to take a few minutes to set up an online account and then relax in the knowledge that, if your numbers come up, you don’t have to turn the house upside down looking for your winning ticket!
Visit the Play EuroMillions page to buy your tickets online or purchase them from any authorised retailer.
The winning numbers from tomorrow’s draw will be available from 20.30 BST (21.30 CEST) on the EuroMillions Results page so don’t forget to check your tickets to see if you’ve won a prize. Online players will receive an automatic notification to check their account if they have won but these emails are sent several hours after the draw has taken place.