Tonight’s EuroMillions lottery is worth a massive £138 million and if won by a single ticket holder the winner will the 512nd richest person in the country. The popular lottery game has rolled over a total of twelve times so far and is the second biggest EuroMillions lottery ever.
If tonight’s mega jackpot is claimed by the UK lottery player, their fortune would be greater than that of Eric Clapton, according to the Sunday Times Rich List. UK lottery players have had a remarkable streak of good luck in recent times and only two months ago, Colin and Chris Weir from Scotland won the biggest ever EuroMillions prize – a massive £161 million.
Last year a British player won £113 million in October while Nigel Page and Justine Laycock won £56 million in February 2010. According to Camelot, the North East of England and Wales tops the National Lottery’s list of “millionaire hotspots.
A National Lottery official said, “The map shows that more millionaires have been created in London, the Midlands and across the South East of England; however, statistically the North East is the luckiest part of the UK-based on the number of winners versus the adult population.”
“We are constantly asked what is the secret to winning, and everyone wants to know where is the luckiest shop, village, city and so on. This map gives a fascinating insight into the spread of our many millionaires and multi-millionaires around the UK but the fact remains anyone can win – it’s a lottery.”
In the meanwhile, this is your last chance to buy tickets for the EuroMillions game which has a mega jackpot of £138 million. Tickets can be purchased online as well as at land based retail outlets for just £2 for a line of numbers. Don’t miss this opportunity of a lifetime.
Written by Joe Taylor for EuroMillions Lottery – your best source for online lottery news