A LUCKY Brit could be richer by a cool £110million if they hit the jackpot in tonight’s Euromillions draw.

The prize money was rolled over after no one won the £98m in the draw earlier this week.

Should a Brit scoop the whooping prize money it would see them become Britain's 10th biggest EuroMillions winner.

Brits can choose their usual numbers, or take a pot-shot with a Lucky Dip.

Previous Lucky Dip winner Colin Weir took home a then-record £161million jackpot in 2011, making him the 22nd richest man in the UK.

It was revealed earlier this week how Colin managed to spend £40m in just eight years before he died, aged 71, from sepsis and acute kidney injury in December 2019.

When the dad-of-two died he had a £10,000 stake in Irn-Bru and more than £20,000 invested in Greggs.

Colin shared around £40m with his friends and family as well as donating generously to charity. 

He also bought a 55 per cent share in the Partick Thistle Football Club a month before he died, as he had been a lifelong supporter. 

Gillian and Adrian Bayford, who won £148m in 2012, also took a chance on random numbers.

The couple snapped up a fleet of luxury cars and splashed the cash on property before their nine-year marriage broke down.

The UK's biggest ever jackpot winners are still anonymous after scooping a £170m jackpot in 2019.

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Every EuroMillions ticket also bags you an automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker, which guarantees at least one player will pocket £1million in every draw.

The odds of winning any EuroMillions prize are 1 in 13.

But, with up to 100million EuroMillions entries, the competition is stiff.

The Sun also revealed the odds of winning a scratchcard jackpot this month.

Experts oddschecker crunched the numbers, and found that the best scratchcard to snap up is £500 Loaded with odds of just 1 in 3.15.



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