WHOEVER scoops tonight's £88m EuroMillions jackpot should be so lucky indeed – it would make them richer than Kylie Minogue.
This evening's top EuroMillions prize on offer is the biggest since March 7, when a Belgian ticket-holder scooped an even more eye-popping £129m.
Tonight's draw expires at 7.30pm, with tickets costing £2.50.
As well as the £88million jackpot for matching five ball numbers and two Lucky Stars, 20 lucky Brits are being offered the chance to be made a millionaire in tonight's draw.
Anyone scooping the top prize would instantly rise in the wealth ranks above Kylie, who first topped the UK singles charts in 1986 with I Should Be So Lucky.
The former Neighbours actress – who has a £16million home in London's upmarket Knightsbridge – is worth an estimated £60m.
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The £88m windfall is also 2,667 times the average UK salary for full-time employees of £33,000.
Britain's biggest EuroMillions winner so far remains the person who claimed £195m in July last year while opting not to go public.
Before that, the UK record was held by Joe and Jess Thwaite – after the couple from Corse in Gloucestershire pocketed £184m in May last year, before celebrating with £16.95 steak and chips.
You can still bag a large amount of money even if failing to match all seven numbers.
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If you get five main numbers correct, along with one Lucky Star, you'll still win £130,554.
Players can check to see whether they have won a prize using the EuroMillions results checker.
If you bought your ticket online, the Lottery will email you so there is no chance you should miss your winning jackpot.
And if you bought your ticket in a store, you can take it to any participating shop to get your numbers checked.
Previous Brits who also cashed in grandly on the EuroMillions include New Year's Day winners Frances and Patrick Connolly, from County Armagh in Northern Ireland – though they later revealed how they gave away more than half to help others out.
Also keen to help out friends and family was builder Steve Thomson after he and wife Lenka, from Selsey in West Sussex, after taking hold of £105m in November 2019.
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