Rabbits’ feet will be tightly clutched, four leaf clovers keenly sought and ladders skillfully avoided for the rest of the day in each of the twelve countries and territories which play EuroMillions as ticket holders look for any miniscule advantage when it comes to bagging this evening’s jackpot. For more leftfield ideas on how to pick the numbers that could make you the first EuroMillions winner since one Austrian ticket holder banked themselves £43.5 million (€54.3 million) on Tuesday 19th August, check out our Systems & Strategies page.
It will be an exciting start to autumn for EuroMillions fans as they dream about hitting the big time with tonight’s huge jackpot or scooping the next Superdraw, which takes place on Friday 3rd October and offers a jackpot of approximately £80 million.
Tickets are on sale now for this evening’s big money draw that also features the Millionaire Raffle, in which a UK player will win themselves £1 million. You can buy EuroMillions tickets online or from any authorised retailer but, whichever method you use to play, it’s much easier than tracking down the elusive end of the rainbow to discover your pot of gold!