Imagine what you could do with £186m.
You’ll have to beat odds of 139,838,160 to one to win the biggest EuroMillions jackpot ever, but it’s certainly worth the punt.
If a single Brit wins the top prize tomorrow, Britain would overtake France for the most lottery wins.
Both countries have 117 jackpots, with Spain being the third luckiest with 113, followed by Portugal with 80 and Switzerland with 24.
Britain’s biggest-ever winners Joe and Jess Thwaite, who took home £184million in May, could also be trumped if there’s a lucky individual winner.
With a jackpot this size, a single winner could comfortably live on the huge sum for the rest of his life.
Camelot’s Andy Carter said: “I knew my team was busy with big winners, but I didn’t realize what an incredible EuroMillions streak Britain was having.
“It’s great to travel to every corner of the country and make new millionaires and we know EuroMillions produces the biggest winners.
‘These dream jackpots are not only life-changing for winners, but also allow them to support their friends, family and communities around them.
“I hope we celebrate top of the table once again after Tuesday’s draw and look forward to supporting any big British winners we manage.”
There have already been some very lucky winners this year.
A winner won £109m in February and a lucky player cashed in £54m in June.
Winning £186m would make someone richer than singer and ex-One Direction member Harry Styles, who is worth £100m in 2022 according to The Sunday Times Rich List.
If the enormous sum of money were laid out in £50 notes, it would travel 580 km.
This would go from London to Edinburgh to climb up and down Arthur’s Seat.
Players must receive their tickets before 7:30 p.m. tomorrow to have a chance of winning.
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https://metro.co.uk/2022/07/04/euromillions-186000000-up-for-grabs-in-tuesdays-draw-16938300/ EuroMillions: £186,000,000 up for grabs in Tuesday's draw