Many people have an idea of how they would - or should - spend the money if they managed to clinch the top prize. Friends and family would all be treated, while favourite charities would find that their operating budgets suddenly expanded. Football teams would have a new season ticket holder (or five).
Others may decide that the cash represents their opportunity to realise every unfulfilled dream they ever had. You could travel the world, purchase a garage full of motorcycles or even just settle down in a lovely country house where you could live out your days in peace and quiet. If you wanted to buy up the whole of Oxford Street on a whirlwind shopping trip, you absolutely could. Every little desire you ever had would be possible.
Ultimately, a EuroMillions win doesn’t just change your life - it changes the lives of everyone around you and can even change your community. The Maxwells have decided to purchase a new minibus for the local OAP club where Angela still volunteers. While you don’t have to suddenly throw yourself into full-time charity work just because you’ve snagged a huge payday, your good fortune can be a starting point for you to think critically about what you’d like to do with your life. In today’s frantic and busy world, that level of self-analysis is a luxury on the level of Cristal or Dom Perignon.
For your chance to pick up that eight-figure windfall and make all of your dreams come true, buy EuroMillions tickets online at the Play EuroMillions page or in person from authorised retailers in participating EuroMillions countries. You have until 7.30pm BST (8.30pm CEST) to grab your entries. Good luck!