Membership of the EU isn’t a prerequisite for playing the pan-European lottery, with Switzerland having participated since October 2004, so you will still be able to stake your claim for eight or nine-figure jackpots twice a week, whatever happens. To find out more about the game and how you can play it, wherever you live, check out the EuroMillions FAQ section.
There have been three rollovers since a UK player scooped £36.2 million (€50.7 million) in the Mega Friday EuroMillions draw on 24th April, leading to tonight’s bumper top prize. In addition, one UK ticket holder will bank £1 million by matching the winning Millionaire Maker code to the one that is automatically generated on their EuroMillions ticket. A French player will also be €1 million better off courtesy of the My Million supplementary game.
For your chance to claim £29 million and change your life forever, you just need to get hold of EuroMillions tickets which are available online through the Play EuroMillions page, or in person at an authorised retailer in any of the participating European countries Good luck!