The all new EuroMillions Tuesday draw makes it’s debut tonight, in a blaze of publicity feturing Kimberly Walsh, from the group Girls Aloud.
Tonight also marks the start of the other EuroMillions changes, which include a new lowest prize level of £2.70 for matching two main balls. And an increase in the number of Lucky Star balls – you now have to choose from 1-11 instead of just 1-9.
This does of course make the draw harder to win than before, and makes it even more important to boost up your chances of winning by pooling your tickets. Most of the online Euromillions Syndicates have already made the changes to include the new draw.
If nobody matches all 5 numbers plus 2 lucky stars tonight, the big £85M jackpot will rollover to the draw on Friday.