One lucky winner could see themselves become richer than Adele and Marcus Rashford combined with a staggering £184million in the bank.
They would also be the second EuroMillions jackpot won in Britain in 2022 after one person claimed £109million on a win in February.
It would also be National Lottery’s 14th ever winner of more than £100million.
The enormous prize would be enough to make the winner richer than singer Adele and Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford combined, dwarfing their respective £130million and £16million fortunes.
The winner could even buy their own private island, including Rangyai Island off the coast of Thailand for around £130million.
Or if they preferred an alternative budget option, they could buy Cave Cay in the Bahamas for roughly £49million.
Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at The National Lottery, said: ‘Tuesday will be huge, with a stunning estimated EuroMillions jackpot of £184 million up for grabs.
‘If won by one ticket-holder, it would instantly create the country’s biggest-ever winner, and enable them to support their local communities, charities and loved ones.’