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EUROMILLIONS JACKPOT WORTH £111 MILLION IS UP FOR GRABS THIS WEEK

This Tuesday’s EuroMillions jackpot is offering one of the largest prize funds so far this year, and after the top prize has rolled over three times since the SuperDraw at the beginning of October, the jackpot has grown sizeably.

Tuesday, October 14th will see the Europe wide lottery worth an estimated £111 million, as well as one UK Millionaire Raffle winner who will win a guaranteed £1 million. There is nothing to say with certainty that the jackpot prize will be won this week, but if it is then the winner will have plenty of money to play with over the autumn and winter season.

The largest UK EuroMillions winner this year was Neil Trotter, who won almost £108 million back in March 2014, after the special SuperDraw rolled over several times. Mr Trotter then went on to invest in a fleet of supercars with his millions, and told lottery officials that his win had changed his life forever.

With £111 million, the winner of this jackpot would have more money to spend than even Mr Trotter, and could invest in more than just a fleet of supercars. The most expensive property currently for sale in the world is a £68 million mansion in Beverly Hills, California, featuring 29 bedrooms and 40 bathrooms as well as a dining area that seats 400 guests.

Of course, if jetting over to California doesn’t appeal, then a property in Kensington, South London is on the market for the same price of £68 million. The apartment features incredible views over Hyde Park and Knightsbridge, and takes up an entire floor of prime real estate space. The apartment has five bedrooms, three reception rooms and is decorated to an incredibly high standard.

Buying one of those two properties would leave you with £43 million in change, enough to buy yourself a special car or take a luxury holiday. If you can manage it, you could even get your hands on the most expensive car ever sold, a 52 year old Ferrari, which was sold at an auction by Bonham’s in the US for $34.65 million, that’s approximately £21.53 million, giving you plenty left over for a rainy day.

Get ready for your windfall and purchase your EuroMillions tickets online now at Lottery24.com.