This Tuesday, December 8, a top-notch EuroMillions winner could win a prize of 200 million euros, a historic boat that has never before been distributed in this draw.
Other Euromillions jackpots that have been distributed in Spain or Europe totaled amounts of up to 190 million euros, but never in history has a jackpot of 200 million been accumulated.
The draw with this jackpot will be held for the second time in four days – on Friday there were no first category winners – and, in the event that no participant manages to find the winning combination, the jackpot will continue to hold for two more draws and, if nobody manages to get hold of it, the jackpot will be divided among the winners of the next lower category.
Until what time can the Euromillions be cast?
Those who want to qualify for this record jackpot of 200 million euros, they are still on time, since the draw is held on Tuesday, December 7 at 9:30 p.m.
In this way, Ticket sales will be open until 8:30 p.m., one hour before the draw begins. Thus, the Euromillions can be cast both physically in an administration and online through the official website of State Lotteries and Betting.