If a single winner hits the massive jackpot this week, they’ll instantly become the National Lottery’s biggest-ever winner and the 14th winner of over £100m
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The EuroMillions jackpot for Tuesday (May 10) stands at a staggering £184 million – but what are the most common winning numbers?
If a single winner hits the massive jackpot this week, they’ll instantly become the National Lottery’s biggest-ever winner and the 14th winner of over £100m.
It would also be the second EuroMillions jackpot won in the UK this year after a winner deposited £109m in February.
The UK’s biggest EuroMillions jackpot win was won by an anonymous ticket holder who deposited £170m in October 2019.
If you’re lucky, we’ll explain the most common EuroMillions winning numbers.
Camelot’s Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Advisor at The National Lottery, said: “Wow, we could see The National Lottery’s biggest winner of all time this Tuesday.
“This tremendous sum could not only change a winner’s life, but would also make a huge difference to their friends, family and community.
“My team and I have our fingers crossed for all UK players and stand ready to support all of our big winners as they begin their life changing journey. Secure your ticket early!”
The most common EuroMillions numbers
Of course, every lottery game is purely random and you play with your money when you buy a ticket.
And just because these are the most drawn numbers doesn’t mean they will appear again this week.
This is because each draw, which takes place every Tuesday and Friday, is a separate event, so any number can be called.
The chance of hitting all five EuroMillions numbers and the two bonus balls is 1 in 139,838,160.
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Euromillions need to know
A single EuroMillions ticket costs £2.50 and to win the jackpot you need to match five numbers and two lucky stars.
A spokesman for Camelot, the operator of EuroMillions, told The Mirror that the most commonly drawn numbers are: 19, 23, 44, 50, 21, 38 and 42.
The most common Lucky Star numbers are: 2 and 3.
You should keep in mind that the original EuroMillions game had Lucky Star numbers ranging from 1-9, but these have since increased to 1-12.
This means that the numbers 10, 11 and 12 have not been around as long as some of the lower numbers.
Is it still possible to buy a EuroMillions ticket?
Players have until 7:30pm tomorrow night (May 10) to take their chance to win.
You can buy tickets in most supermarkets and some smaller convenience stores.
The National Lottery encourages players to use their online app or website to play to ensure the ticket is automatically verified.
This means that the lucky winner will be notified immediately of their win.
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