The EuroMillions jackpot has now rolled an incredible thirteen times, making it the largest EuroMillions draw of 2017 and one of the largest draws ever.
If you won you would be the biggest British winner in FIVE years, just behind Colin and Chris Weir, who scooped a massive £161 million on the EuroMillions in 2011, and Adrian and Gillian Bayford, who won a not-too-shabby £148m in 2012.
What could you buy with £131 million?
- The Hawker 800XP private jet would only set you back £2.5 million
- A Buckinghamshire mansion with 40 Acres, only a ‘mere’ £10 million
- Or how about a 50-meter superyacht for £12.5 million to cruise the world at your leisure – Bahamas anyone?
That’s only £25 million in total! Besides being crowned this year’s largest jackpot winner you would still have a staggering £106 million left in the bank.
With a jackpot this big, it’s certainly not one to miss out on.
It’s offering new customers a chance to carry on betting at £2.00 a line on the EuroMillions and even get a free bet on tonight’s big draw.