Massive £138m EuroMillions lottery jackpot could make you TWICE as rich as Emma Waston | The Sun

A WHOPPING £138 million jackpot could be yours TONIGHT – making you twice as rich as movie star Emma Watson.

The lucky player who bags the fortune will be worth more than the Harry Potter legend, who is about £67 million according to

The iconic British actress shot to fame when she starred in the first movie of the franchise at just 11-years-old.

Since then she has become one of the most recognised stars across the globe, with leading roles in other films such as The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Beauty and the Beast and Little Women.

Now, the 33-year-old is planning on returning to Oxford University this year, while keeping cosy with rumoured fiancé Leo Robinton, 31.

The EuroMillions draw which could make you richer than the star will take place at 8.45pm – but the deadline to buy your ticket is 7.30pm.

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Players need to choose five numbers between 1-50 and two Lucky Star numbers between 1-12 – or you can opt for a Lucky Dip random selection of numbers.

In order to win the mega million jackpot, all five main numbers must match yours, as well as both Lucky Star numbers.

The second place prize is still an eye-watering £130.5k for the punter who draws five main numbers plus one Lucky Star.

However, there are 11 other prize tiers up for grabs depending on the amount of numbers a player matches.

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You can play up to seven lines of numbers and buy up to 10 play slips at a time.

To check to see if you may have won a prize you can use the EuroMillions result checker.

If you bought your ticket online, the Lottery will email you so there's no chance you'll miss your winning jackpot.

And if you bought your ticket in a store, you can take it to any participating shop to get your numbers checked.

Draws take place on Tuesday and Friday evenings.

This comes as The National Lottery announced a £20 million jackpot up for grabs this Saturday.

To play, enter six numbers for each line you play, or choose a Lucky Dip for randomly selected numbers.

One Lotto expert, who is entering a massive £20 million draw has revealed how he knows he'll win.

Richard Brocklebank, 57, said he missed out by just one number in his last entry but shared his secrets to lottery success.

The maths genius, who bagged £2.4 million at Cheltenham and £3 million as part of a pub syndicate, explained that the best time to play the National Lottery is on Must Be Won draws.

The Must Be Won tagline means that the jackpot will not be rolled down to future draws if there is no winner, as it is guaranteed that the money will be won.

This comes as one lucky punter scooped £45.5million in the lotto after a silly mistake at a Tesco checkout.

Les Scadding from south Wales was the UK's biggest ever lottery winner after taking home half of the EuroMillions jackpot more than a decade ago.

At the time, 58-year-old truck driver Les was unemployed and took a chance on the lottery but forgot his lucky numbers when entering.

In a twist of fate he opted for the Lucky Dip and later discovered it paid off as he bagged £45,570,835.

Another couple who missed out on an £8.5million lottery jackpot for a heart-breaking reason then won £4.8m six years later.

Sue and Lee Mullen were struggling financially and spent the last of their cash on nappies instead of their usual lottery ticket, meaning they missed out on a huge win.

But six years later, the once penniless couple were rolling in it after winning a very sizeable £4.8m on EuroMillions in 2011.

They had stopped playing and only started again just a few weeks before bagging their jackpot.

One of their first priorities having won was to get Sue a passport so they could go on holiday with plans for a trip to Mauritius and one to Disneyland for the kids.

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