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How Would You Spend Tonight’s £20 Million EuroMillions Jackpot?

Last Updated: Friday 8th July 2016, 12:16 pm

Every ticket holder dreams of how they would spend a massive jackpot win, whether it be on a stately home, flash cars, state-of-the-art technology or holidays that don’t have to be a ‘once in a lifetime’ event. With tonight’s EuroMillions jackpot hitting the hefty heights of £20 million, the possibilities would be virtually endless!

With a £20 million fortune the world would be your oyster, and what better way to celebrate that fact than by jetting off around the globe, much like pub landlord Nigel Willetts. The 49-year-old ushered in his 2014 EuroMillions windfall by taking 13 members of his family to Florida, before heading to Mexico, Italy, Spain and the United Arab Emirates. Of course, with a prize so large there would be no need to work another day in your life, just like Paul and Denise Hardware. The pair immediately quit their jobs and headed off on a Mediterranean cruise following a £4.9 million Lotto win in 2007.        

Many ticket holders feel that it is only right that they set aside some of their new wealth for good causes. John Kutey and his wife Linda decided to make a splash when they collected a huge Mega Millions prize in 2011, donating $200,000 to construct a water park in honour of the couple’s parents. A little closer to home, EuroMillions winners Colin and Christine Weir donated a sum of their vast £161 million fortune to Partick Thistle in order to save the struggling Scottish club from their mounting debts and established the Weir Charitable Trust to benefit Scottish initiatives.

Once your dream buys are safely secured, you may wish to splash out on something of sentimental value, much like Lotto winner Sean Lloyd. The 49-year-old credited his Lotto win in 2015 to a lucky penny he found on the street and used a slice of his £1.8 million fortune to construct a fountain in his garden as a constant reminder of his find. However you choose to celebrate your win, you’ll certainly have to funds to do it in style.

However big or small your dreams might be, you’ve first got to be in it to win it, so don’t forget to purchase your EuroMillions tickets online or from any authorised retailer before for tonight’s draw. Best of luck!

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Tuesday 6th December 2016
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