EuroMillions results August 28: What are winning EuroMillions numbers tonight? | UK | News (Reports)

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Friday night’s EuroMillions draw has reached a staggering total of £126million. This could see a lucky winner set for life if their numbers are picked in tonight’s draw. Whether it be travelling the world, buying your dream home or car, the £126million could see one lucky winner accomplish their goals.

The EuroMillions draw takes place each Tuesday and Friday and gives ticket holders the chance to bag themselves a life changing amount of money.

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Tonight’s draw is due to take place at around 8.45pm BST, so have your tickets ready.

Alongside the EuroMillions results the Thunderball will also take place tonight.

The Thunderball could land one lucky ticket holder with £500,000.

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These are not the only prizes, as every lottery ticket contains a unique Millionaire Maker’s code.

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One code will be selected and that lucky ticket holder could become a millionaire.

During special promotions more than one Millionaire Maker code may be selected, with August 7th’s draw pulling 10 Millionaire Maker numbers.

For the Thunderball draw, if you match five main numbers minus the Thunderball, you can win £5,000.

And if you match four main numbers plus the Thunderball, that’s £250 for you.

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In July alone, the National Lottery created 36 new millionaires, and ticket sales have helped numerous causes across the UK.

To date, National Lottery players have helped to raise over £41 billion for Good Causes, with more than 565,000 individual awards made across the UK.

This is the equivalent of more than 200 lottery grants in every UK postcode district.

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