Results of the EuroMillions lottery UP TO DATE – On Friday, October 15th, a record £184 million jackpot will be awarded as Brits rush to purchase tickets.


Results of the EuroMillions lottery UP TO DATE – On Friday, October 15th, a record £184 million jackpot will be awarded as Brits rush to purchase tickets.

Because the jackpot has been rolled over AGAIN, BRITS may still be able to win EuroMillions’ largest ever UK payout.

Last night, Camelot reported that no one had correctly predicted the winning numbers for the staggering £184 million EuroMillions jackpot.

Any British winner of the lottery would receive the largest prize in British history.

The next draw will take place on Friday evening.

For the most up-to-date information, visit our National Lottery blog…

Those who are feeling lucky must now be over the age of 18 to participate, as the minimum age has been raised from 16 to 18.

It will be prohibited for any merchant to sell these goods to anyone under the age of 18 – and this will include popular games like Lotto and EuroMillions.

The sale of lottery tickets and scratchcards over the internet has already been prohibited since April of this year.

The new age restriction, which was revealed exclusively by The Sun, aims to ensure that the lottery does not serve as a “gateway to problem gambling,” according to Minister for Sport, Tourism and Heritage Nigel Huddleston.

Gambling is forbidden for minors under the age of 18, however anyone 16 or older has been able to participate in National Lottery games until recently.

Brits may enter the ‘Set For Life’ draw tonight, with one lucky winner receiving £10,000 every month for the next 30 years.

You can choose five numbers from 1 to 47 plus one Life Ball number from 1 to 10, or you can take a chance on a Lucky Dip.

Every Monday and Thursday, there will be a drawing.

Set For Life tickets are available for purchase online from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day.

Remember, if you want to play on a draw day, you must purchase your ticket before 7.30 p.m.

When Jane Park won the £1 million EuroMillions jackpot in 2013, she became Britain’s youngest EuroMillions winner.

After purchasing a three-bedroom property, the Edinburgh socialite moved out of the council house she shared with her mother.

Jane took great satisfaction in changing it with stunning décor, which included flowers in several areas, mirrored furniture, and cool greys and monochromatic tones.

The kitchen area led to patio doors that opened into the garden, with a beautiful open plan kitchen replete with a gorgeous marble island.

After admitting to being lonely, she sold the house in 2016 and moved back in with her mother.

When Kerri-Ann Robinson of Stevenage, Hertfordshire, won the lottery, she was pursuing her college qualification in business.

In 2007, the mature student, who was 41 at the time, was caring for her three-year-old daughter when she “begged me for a blackcurrant juice.”

At midday, Kerri-Ann dashed out to the stores and “as an afterthought, chose a Lucky Dip for the Lotto draw that night.”

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