EuroMillions Jackpot Hits £101 Million
Are you ready for the Tuesday EuroMillions draw on 17th November? I bet you are! With a change to win the mind-blowing jackpot of £101 million, who wouldn’t be?
Even though Friday’s EuroMillions draw lead to a rollover (again), five players still managed to win a nice £441,327 each by matching 5 main numbers plus 1 Lucky Star. That’s one of the things I like about playing EuroMillions – no jackpot winners and still there are five people (two of them from the UK) whose lives will be changed forever…
Although it’s on the tip of my tongue to say that £441,327 will be enough for me as well, I am still greedy for that juicy jackpot tonight. Who would blame me? It’s £101 million! I can’t even imagine such a large amount of money, let alone deal with it. Definitely not saying I am willing to switch places with anyone in case I win, though. I can handle it, I promise…
With the biggest jackpot since October 2014 (when the EuroMillions jackpot cap of €190 million was reached after 6 (six!) rollovers, I am sure millions of people are anticipating Nov 17th EuroMillions draw. As Christmas is just around the corner, we have some ideas to share with you that will help you assimilate a small part of your money if you end up being the next EuroMillions jackpot winner:
A set of £4 million Christmas crackers
No, that’s not a joke. If you are a multimillionaire with no imagination and a desire to give away Christmas presents, we have the perfect solution for you – a set of £3 million Christmas crackers! For this price you get the most expensive crackers (designed by luxury company VeryFirstTo) that include:
- an Aston Martin Vanquish Coupe £190,000
- a Breguet Tradition Watch £19,000
- aCartier Diamond Necklace £18,600
- a Graf Von Faber-Castell £6,500
- a Like No Other Trip £77,500
- a Sunseeker Yacht £3,700,000
A £3 million Christmas wreath
With £101 million from the Euromillions jackpot, what’s £3 million on a Christmas wreath? Mind that it’s not a simple Christmas wreath, though. It seems to have it all for this impressive price tag: 17.49 karat rubies and 3.03 karat yellow diamonds say enough, don’t they! Now that’s the kind of Christmas decoration I am hoping to get this season…
A £70,000 Christmas hamper
Spread the love and make your friends and family happy with the most expensive Christmas hamper in the world. Let’s take a look inside: a £14,000 Vertu mobile phone, a Cartier watch, a 1977 Henri Jayer Richebourg red wine for almost £10,000, a vintage Alexander McQueen dress (for the ladies) or a Savile Rowe suit (for the gentlemen), and a May Fair spa break.
With some of the most desired Christmas presents ever, this hamper will suit the needs of even the most refined person. It’s a plus that they even customize it depending on the receiver’s gender… Would you expect anything less for this price tag, though?
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