The sum would propel a single winner straight to the summit of the National Lottery’s rich list.
It would knock the anonymous winner of £170m, who won in October 2019, off the top spot.
Instantly the winning ticket-holder’s fortune would outstrip those of footballers Harry Kane, worth £33 million, and Paul Pogba, worth £64 million, combined.
The sum could mean the ability to purchase four Caribbean islands with millions to spare or 11 six-bedroom luxury properties in Hyde Park.
If a single person were to win Tuesday’s top prize, they would join a group of just fourteen people who have won a total prize of more than £100m.
Camelot’s Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at The National Lottery, said: “We could be looking at The National Lottery’s biggest ever winner this Tuesday!
“This massive amount could not only change a winner’s life, but would make a huge difference to their friends, family and community.
“My team and I have our fingers crossed for all UK players and are on stand-by to support all our big winners as they start their life-changing journey. Make sure you grab your ticket early!”
Players are being advised to buy their tickets before 7.30pm Tuesday to be in with a chance to win.
If no one wins on Tuesday and the jackpot continues to roll over, the EuroMillions prize will be capped once it reaches 230 million euro (£196.5 million) which it would likely hit on Friday’s draw.
Once it reaches the cap, and if it is still not won, the jackpot will stay at 230 million euro for a further four draws until it has to be won in the fifth draw.