The EuroMillions draw will take place tonight with £184m up for grabs. The lottery draw was first launched in 2004 in France, Spain and the UK, later seeing Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland join. Draws are held every Tuesday and Friday in Paris at 8.45pm local time (7.45pm UK time). With such a large prize available, what were the winning numbers from the draw?
Winning the lottery is a dream come true for most people and tonight many Euromillions players are hoping to walk away with £184m.
If a UK ticketholder were to win the draw tonight, it would be the biggest Euromillions prize in UK history.
The Euromillions prize draws take place every Tuesday and Friday with each ticket costing £2.50.
All Euromillions players in the UK are automatically entered into the UK Millionaire Maker draw which creates new UK millionaires every week.
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To play in the EuroMillions draw, players must choose five numbers between one and 50.
They must also select two Lucky Stars from one to 12.
If they cannot make a decision, they can opt for a Lucky Dip which randomly selects numbers.
You can purchase EuroMillions tickets online every day, from 6am until 11pm, to participate.
However, you must buy a ticket up to 7.30pm on draw days to participate in these draws.
EuroMillions players can buy up to 10 play slips at a time and play up to seven lines of numbers.
You can buy lottery tickets online, on the National Lottery app, or at a newsagent.
You can play online here, with it costing £2.50 for each play.
Playing online using the website or app means your ticket is checked and you get an email notification if you win a prize.