Lotto fever as £95m is up for grabs
ALL eyes are on the world's biggest jackpot in tonight's EuroMillions draw.The £95 million prize will be the biggest pay-out of its kind if it is won by a single player.
ALL eyes are on the world's biggest jackpot in tonight's EuroMillions draw.
The £95 million prize will be the biggest pay-out of its kind if it is won by a single player.
Larger prizes have been won in the US but the actual pay-outs were lower, either due to tax or because winners opted for smaller one-off lump sums.
The huge prize cannot roll over again after tonight's draw.
If no player matches all the winning numbers, the £95 million top prize will be distributed among winners in the next prize level.
The draw will be broadcast at 11.35pm on BBC1 - the first EuroMillions draw to be aired on UK terrestrial television.
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Glasgow postal administrator Angela Kelly scooped £35.4 million on the EuroMillions jackpot last August.
EuroMillions is played in the UK and eight other countries: France, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland.