£122 million up for grabs after nobody scoops EuroMillions top prize

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A lottery player could take home £122 million next week after no-one scooped Friday night’s prize.

A top prize of £110 million was up for grabs in Friday night’s EuroMillions draw, however, no-one matched five numbers plus two lucky star numbers to bag the top prize.

The National Lottery has urged players  to “get their tickets early” ahead of Tuesday’s draw to win the life-changing sum.

Camelot’s Andy Carter said: “Tuesday night is set to be a big one, with an estimated £122 million jackpot waiting to be won.

“Players are urged to get their tickets early to be in with a chance of winning this fabulous prize.”

One UK millionaire was made after getting the Millionaire Maker Selection code XXHS72290.

Friday’s winning numbers were 22, 26, 38, 47 and 50 and the winning EuroMillions Lucky Star numbers were 02 and 06.

Five people won more than £32,000 after matching five main numbers and no lucky star numbers.

No-one bagged a million in the EuroMillions HotPicks but two players won more than £30,000 after matching four of the five main numbers.

The winning Thunderball numbers were 19, 21, 02, 32 and 09 and the Thunderball number was 07.

Nobody matched all of the numbers and the Thunderball to bag £500,000 but two people won more than £5,000 after getting five of the numbers.

A win on Tuesday could mean one lucky person is almost as rich as Adele, who released her much-anticipated album, 30, today.

The singer has a reported net worth of £130 million.

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