THERE'S a huge EuroMillions jackpot tonight (December 4) that will change the life of the winning ticket holder forever.
But what time is the draw and what are your chances of winning? Here's what we know.
What time is the EuroMillions draw?
The EuroMillions draw takes place at 8.45pm with results generally in by 8pm UK time.
The national lottery’s website says winners can “live the kind of lifestyle usually reserved for the rich and famous”.
Watch the draw live on the National Lottery website.
How much is the jackpot?
The biggest ever jackpot – which has been won on three occasions, including by a Brit couple in 2012 – was €190million (£148million at the time).
In November 2019 a builder and his wife bagged £105million, making them richer than Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe and one of the biggest British winners of all time.
Tonight the jackpot is a whopping £175million.
How many numbers do you need to win?
Players choose five numbers between 1-50 and two Lucky Star numbers between 1-12 – or else select Lucky Dip for a random selection.
EuroMillions has a total of 13 prize tiers depending on how many numbers a player gets right.
This means the overall odds of winning some form of prize stand at one in 13.
But in order to win the grand jackpot, players need to match all five main numbers and both lucky star numbers.
Do you get anything for two numbers?
Out of the 13 prize tiers, the smallest is for those who match just two numbers.
Players who get two of the main five numbers and no Lucky Star numbers can win an estimated £2.50.
Adding one Lucky Star to this will up the prize to around £3.60, while one main number and two Lucky Stars will bag you roughly £4.30.
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