Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now
Our free email newsletter sends you the biggest headlines from news, sport and showbiz
Sign upWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeInvalid Email
One of the biggest Euromillions "super jackpots" is up for grabs on Friday night and Brits are being urge to get their tickets now.
To win the whopping £110million prize ticket holders will need to match five main numbers and two lucky stars.
Punters can enter their own numbers or choose the lucky dip option for them to be randomly selected.
The whopping £110m prize eclipses the £79m jackpot won by a lucky Brit ticket holder on October 27.
Ticket holders who fail to match the two lucky stars can still bag themselves £130,554 if they match the five numbers.
A £110m prize is up for grabs on Friday
Coronavirus briefing newsletter – a daily update with everything you need to know
EuroMillions winner has hours to claim £58m otherwise jackpot goes to charity
EuroMillions tickets can be bought online everyday from 6am until 11pm.
If punters wait until Friday they must buy their tickets before 7.30pm to be in with the chance to win the nine-figure sum.
The heart-stopping draw will take place live on The National Lottery website at 8.45pm on Friday.
Previous Euromillion winners include self-employed builder Steve Thomson, 42, who scooped £105m last November.
Colin and Christine Weir won £161million on EuroMillions in 2011
Lotto millionaire saves bride's wedding after it's cancelled 4 times in pandemic
While Frances and Patrick Connolly from County Armagh in Northern Ireland, won £115m last January.
The biggest EuroMillions winners in the UK are Colin and Chris Weir, from Largs in Ayrshire, who bagged themselves £161m in 2011.
The husband and wife, who have since divorced, were catapulted into the Sunday Times Rich List above Beatle Ringo Starr and Sir Tom Jones with their win.
Players are urged to triple check their tickets as they may have an unclaimed prize waiting for them.
According to the National Lottery website there are seven £1m prizes that have yet to be claimed.
If a valid claim is not received within 180 days the prize goes to National Lottery Projects across the UK.
One mystery winner in South Ayrshire came forward in September to claim a £58m jackpot just hours before the deadline.
The odds of choosing the right numbers in the twice weekly draw have been estimated at one in 140million.