n Tuesday 28 November the #1063 EuroMillions draw took place with a £72m jackpot up for grabs. For the sixth time in a row, nobody scooped the prize so we have yet another rollover with Friday's prize currently an estimated £79m.

This jackpot is a long way off the current record of £161 million from back in 2011 which was won by Colin and Chris Weir, from North Ayrshire in Scotland. However, £79m would still be a nice little bonus just before Christmas wouldn't it.

The current jackpot cap for the EuroMillions set by Camelot is 190million Euros (£168 million). If the jackpot hits this figure, it will stay at this limit for a further four draws until it must be won on the fifth.

In the 5th and final draw, if there are no winning ticket then the full jackpot prize will be distributed to the lower prize-tier where there is at least one winner.

You've got until 7.30pm on Friday to pick up a EuroMillions ticket.

If you win the jackpot what would you spend your winnings on? Here's a few ideas..

A F1 racing car

F1 Car

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Have the need for speed? You could pick up your own F1 car for a estimated £6-£9 million meaning you'll even have some change left over.

A trip into space:

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In the next few years Virgin Galactic are hoping to be able to send paying customers into space, charging only £160,000 per ticket. At that price you could even take your mates with you.

Your own rollercoaster

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Looking for that white knuckle thrill? Feed the adrenaline junkie inside you and build a rollercoaster. A ride like Alton Tower's Oblivion would set you back around £12 million so you'd have plenty of cash left over for a get-together.

If you do win, remember to invite us to your party.

Featured Image Credit: National Lottery

Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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