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You can win ?125 million with Euromillions today. Now who wouldn't want that?

 

 

And because money doesn't always make you happy, the winner of the previous record (2004):

    Irish housewife Dolores McNamara wants to return to normality as soon as possible, her solicitor said today as she collected the biggest jackpot in European Lottery history.

     

    After four days of hiding, the Limerick housewife finally braved the attention to collect her ?115 million (US$136 million) bumper check.

     

    The mother of six, from Garryowen in Limerick, looked bewildered as she was escorted into the National Lottery offices.

The woman has been in hiding ever since.
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Still no winners, meaning this friday you can win ?185 million. That's $222 million for our American friends, and ?125 million if you're British.

 

I think I'm going to give it a try and see if I'm lucky.

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Had any luck, Pirilao?

Three scoop ?126m EuroMillions jackpot

(Filed: 04/02/2006)

 

Three winning ticket-holders have scooped the ?126 million EuroMillions jackpot, Lottery operator Camelot has announced.

 

But it appears that none of the winning tickets were bought in Britain. Camelot said two of the tickets were purchased in France and one in Portugal.

 

The final jackpot had been estimated as ?125 million but Camelot said that "exchange rate fluctuations" and the final calculations of ticket sales meant the three winners would share ?126 million.

 

A Camelot spokesman said that 1.4 million British ticket-holders won prizes in last night's draw. The UK winnings totalled ?15.6 million, and prizes ranged from ?179,829 to ?7.10.

 

At their peak EuroMillions sales exceeded three million tickets per hour.

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