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Friday June 5 is going to be a really important day for all players of the EuroMillions lottery. It’s another EuroMillions Superdraw and that means a guaranteed jackpot of €100 million (roughly £70 million).

The last EuroMillions Superdraw took place in March of this year with a lucky Portuguese ticket holder scooping the top prize. If you were lucky enough to win the EuroMillions jackpot, just what could you afford to buy with your lottery windfall?

Every week we report on lottery winners who go out and buy new cars. Some are expensive such as the £170,000 Ferrari bought by Ryan Magee, or a shiny new Corvette. A Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 would put those into shade, because this one has bodywork that includes a 500kg block carved out of 22-carat gold. At auction it’s expected to fetch £4.6m so you could buy that and ask if they could make another 15 for you to buy for your friends.

Then there’s the holidays of a lifetime such as EuroMillions winner John Taylor who’s off to Australia, the UK Lotto winners off on a world cruise and the £13m UK Lotto winner who is still going to Butlin’s. But with £70m you could head to Calivigny Island off the Grenada coast in the Caribbean, where it costs £280,000 a week to rent the 10 villas which are there. There are marble floors, Persian carpets and gorgeous beaches and you and your friends could stay there for nearly two years.

Perhaps you’re a horse lover? EuroMillions winner Adrian Bayford spent over £2m on horses and stables for his fiancée. But how about buying a string of horses that could one day win the Derby or the Grand National? In 2013 a filly was sold for £5.25m, so with £70m EuroMillions winnings you could become one of the top racehorse owners in the world.

We all wish we could become lottery millionaires and who knows, on Friday June 5 it might come true. A €100 million jackpot would bring you luxury you could only dream of… Grab your tickets online right now at, and good luck to you all!