For the fifth time in a row, the Euromillions jackpot has been hit. This time round, the prize money of 38 Million pounds and change goes to a person who is yet to decide to go public.
The biggest winners so far have been Colin and Chris Weir who hail from Largs, Ayrshire. They managed to rake in a cool £161Million last July.
A Camelot spokesman was quoted saying what a year it has been this being the fifth big winner from the United Kingdom. Camelot was anticipating handing over the cheque to this month’s big winner.
There have been over 2000 millionaires generated by the National Lottery up to date. Camelot would be adding one more to the clique.
Euromillions is not all about individuals winning and the company making profit. Every player also gets to contribute to the 30 million pounds raised every week which would be donated to charity. (Talk about community service!) Ever since 1994, the grants from the National Lottery amounting to 370,000 have been helping big and small projects stand on their feet.
Back to winning ways, Euromillions winning streak started when a builder named Gareth Bull alongside his wife Catherine, both who hail from Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, came across a windfall of nearly 41 Million pounds on the 20th of January.
Just a month afterwards, a 22 year old couple Cassey Carrington and Matt Topham, also from Nottingham smiled all the way to the bank. Their account being £41M healthier, all thanks to Euromillions.
In other cases, more than £46 M was won on the 24th of February and £22.1M came to bay on the 2nd of March but the winners decided to stay mum and silently left with the loot.