If a Brit wins the Euromillions jackpot tonight, he’ll be the biggest winner the nation has ever seen.
Today’s game (October 12th) has a huge £ 184 million up for grabs, around £ 14 million more than the current UK record holder won in October 2019.
This lucky person remained anonymous when they raised £ 170 million two years ago.
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Currently the most expensive house for sale in Birmingham is on Farquhar Road in Edgbaston and the listed house price is £ 2.5 million.
Today’s Euromillions winner could afford to buy 73 times and still have over a million left!
WalesOnline Reports that the winner would be richer than singer Adele, who the Sunday Times Rich List estimates at £ 130 million.
Andy Carter is a Senior Winners Advisor at The National Lottery and he will be one of the first people the winner spoke to after calling and putting through the National Lottery helpline.
He said, “Our job is to call you back at this point, and this phone call really has two parts – one walks you through the process of how it all works – but just as important is to check you out, do a little social check because they have just been in a tremendous shock and our job is to make sure they are okay.
“This job is really like being a midwife – you’re there for a great time in someone’s life.”
The winner would then go through an exam – he would have his ID checked and fill out the important papers.
Lawyers, financial advisors and life coaches are available for their expert advice and the winners can also get in touch with other lucky winners to exchange ideas.
“If you’ve won a large amount of money in the national lottery, the best thing you can do is have a cup of tea with another winner because they’re the people who will really understand,” Carter said.
“Especially with large sums of money, £ 184 million, it’s not just about making a difference for you or your family. If you want, it can make a difference for generations and generations. “
Some winners would use the money to set up charitable foundations, Carter explained, while others would distribute it to their friends and family.
“The great thing about £ 184 million is that you can do all of these things if you want,” he explains.
“Sure, many friends and family have benefited, and while the National Lottery has made over 6,000 millionaires in 27 years, there are many hundreds of other millionaires made by winners who gave away millions of pounds.”
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If you want to take part in the game, you must buy your ticket before 7.30pm.
You’ll need to pick five numbers from one to 50 and two lucky stars from one to 12 – or a lucky dip if you’d like them to be picked for you.
It’s £ 2.50 per ticket and the drawing takes place at 8.45pm – you can watch it live on the National Lottery website or YouTube channel.
If no one wins the jackpot tonight, it will not be increased in time for the Friday drawing – it is capped at € 220 million.