There's a whopping Lotto jackpot rollover tonight with £5.1m up for grabs.
With many of us facing financial difficulties during the third coronavirus lockdown, matching those seven numbers could solve all those money worries.
The cash would be more than enough for the house of your dreams, a few fancy cars and a holiday of a lifetime - when such a thing becomes possible again - with a few million to spare.
But you have got to be in it to win it. So pop to your local shop, or head to the National Lottery website here, if you want to be in with a chance of winning that enormous sum of money.
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If you are feeling lucky, you could also win £500,000 on tonight's Thunderball draw.
If you missed Tuesday's draws, here is a reminder of the numbers.
The Euromillions results were: 2, 19, 24, 26, 49 and the lucky stars were 6 and 7.
The winning Thunderball numbers were: 14, 18, 29, 35, 39 and the Thunderball was 5.
Follow the live blog below for the results as they come in.
Don't forget the Thunderball
A reminder that the Thunderball will be drawn shortly after the Lotto numbers are revealed.
The People's Projects
A share of up to £3 million of National Lottery funding is up for grabs as part of The People’s Projects, which gives you the chance to decide how National Lottery funding can make a difference in your local community.
Community groups across the country are competing for up to £50,000 of funding to improve the lives of people in their local area.
With 95 organisations shortlisted across the UK, you can vote online for the projects you would like to receive funding.
History of the National Lottery
The UK National Lottery was first drawn on November 19, 1994.
Half of all money spent by players goes to the prize fund, with 28 per cent to good causes, 12 per cent to the Government as duty, five per cent to retailers and five per cent to which has operated the lottery throughout its history.
Damaged Lottery tickets
Even if your ticket is damaged or destroyed, you may still be able to make a valid claim by filing an appeal within 30 days of the draw date.
You will need to provide the following information to [email protected]
What if no one wins tonight?
The Lotto can only roll over five times, which means if tonight’s jackpot isn’t won, anyone playing will get an even bigger prize if no one matches all six main numbers, because the jackpot will be shared among all cash winners.
For example, that could mean winning £100 for matching three main numbers instead of £30!
What you're playing for in the National Lottery
What would you do if you won?
After double checking, checking and checking again, bursting with happiness and making sure the winning ticket never left my sight, the list is endless on what I would spend the jackpot on.
It’s something I’ve often dreamt about and paying off the mortgage, an around the world trip and dishing out the dosh to my family and friends are top of the list.
And there is plenty more I could think of spending it on including hiring myself a personal trainer, chef and chauffeur, as well as giving to charity.
Here are just some ideas on what people would spend tonight’s millions on.
Vote on what you’d spend the money on in our poll below:
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Biggest Lotto winners
The biggest ever Lotto winner was created in April 2016 when an anonymous player banked £35m. In January 2016 two ticket-holders walked away with £33m each.
Before that, a main Lotto game jackpot of £42,008,610, was drawn in January 1996 and split between three anonymous winners, with each being awarded £14,002,870.
A single ticket won £26.4 million on the New Year’s Eve Lotto in 2016.
What time is the draw?
The Lotto numbers will be drawn at 8pm.
Tonight’s Thunderball draw will take place shortly after.