EuroMillions jackpot is £ 112million making winner richer than Harry Styles
Tomorrow’s EuroMillions jackpot will make you richer than Harry Styles and Dua Lipa combined.
£ 112million is up for grabs if a player gets the numbers right.
Lottery bosses have revealed that the luckiest numbers in draw history – 23, 44 and 50 – made the most appearances.
And by picking the seven right balls tonight, you will immediately become the ninth richest national lottery winner of all time.
A single UK winner could consider himself richer than former One Direction member Harry Styles worth £ 75million and Dua Lipa worth £ 20million combined.
Andy Carter of The National Lottery said: “Friday night’s jackpot is amazing! We’re all looking for ways to get a little better luck.
“National Lottery millionaires constantly tell me that they are considered a lucky person – and some have even been asked to bless other players’ tickets!
“My team and I keep our fingers crossed for all the British players.
“We look forward to meeting the next big winner and are ready to support them as they begin their life-changing journey.
“Good luck, whatever your favorite numbers are.”
Players are urged to get their tickets before 7:30 p.m. for a chance to win this breathtaking jackpot.
By playing any National Lottery game players help raise an average of £ 30million each week for National Lottery good causes across the UK.
This money helps support everything from local charities to athletes across our country winning Olympic and Paralympic gold medals.
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To date, over £ 42 billion has been raised and distributed to National Lottery Good Causes through more than 625,000 individual grants.
Thanks to National Lottery players, more than £ 1 billion is being used by charities and organizations affected by the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
This includes over £ 600million in financial support to help groups best positioned to support people and communities during the crisis.