A syndicate of 16 Asda supermarket workers will share £6,873,538 - more than £430,000 each - after winning Saturday's rollover lottery draw.
The staff were reunited at their store in Hyde, Greater Manchester, on Wednesday where they spoke about their plans for the cash prize.
Debra Wilson, who formed the syndicate in January 2010, said ideas range from dream holidays to new cars, houses, honeymoons and even plastic surgery.
"We have had a few wins so far and had won about £300 this year, which is great, but this is unbelievable," she said.
"I have always wanted to go to Vegas and there are even rumours of one of the girls getting a bit of plastic surgery."
Vanessa Gibson, 38, was shopping in Primark when she heard she had won.
"The figure of six million just didn't sink in. I carried on shopping thinking we'd got about £1,000 each," she said.
"Even when I was told how much I was getting, I still couldn't believe it at first and then I started crying and ran to the car."
Senior staff at the store knew they had sold the winning ticket on Saturday evening, but it was not until Monday that news filtered through that it was their own colleagues who had won.
Store manager Stuart Davey said: "It's great to get some good news these days and they are all fabulous colleagues.
"I hope none of them resign because they are wonderful colleagues but we don't know at this stage what decisions people are going to make."
:: An estimated £100m will be up for grabs in Friday's EuroMillions draw. If one UK ticket-holder was to take the entire amount it would make them the third biggest lottery winner ever in the country.
The biggest EuroMillions winners were Scottish husband and wife Colin and Chris Weir , who won £161 million in July.