Although the EuroMillions results didn’t result in any jackpot winner this time, they did help seven players to win €421,438 (around £370,554) by matching the five main numbers and one of the Lucky Stars. Nine players matched no Lucky Stars but all five main numbers to win €93,020 (around £81,788) each.
Anyone who wins the €28 million that is on offer this week can look forward to spending this summer (and the rest of their lives) as a EuroMillions millionaire. This begs the question: What would you do this summer if you had all of that money at your disposal?
Some people would probably enjoy a lengthy holiday and visit all the places they have always wanted to experience – how does Egypt, Africa, Australia, Canada or the USA sound for starters? Others might decide to go shopping for a new home - €28 million would allow them to buy a mansion as their main residence (with a pool and large garage for their luxury cars, obviously) and several slightly smaller vacation homes in some of their favourite destinations.
Of course, many people would use a EuroMillions jackpot win as an excuse to quit their day jobs and embark on a life of adventure instead. With €28 million in the bank you could buy your own private plane and learn to fly it yourself. Or you could learn a foreign language by moving to a different country for a year or two. Maybe you might consider launching your own business, or a new career as an artist, writer or other creative type.
People say that money can’t buy happiness and we would agree, but it can certainly buy a large amount of freedom. If you fancy having more freedom than ever before, play EuroMillions online and you just might win it!