Previous winners in the UK
Earlier this year, Northern Ireland's Patrick and Frances Connolly won a jackpot of € 114.9m in a draw on New Year's Day – and celebrated with a cup of tea.
Patrick (54) who bought Lucky Dip online has discovered incredible success after checking their numbers on several websites.
Sliding back into his chair, he turned in disbelief to his partner, 30-year-old Frances, 52, and asked, "Do you want good news …?"
The couple said they sat in silence after realizing they had won, struggling to get it in.
Frances said in January: "We're not really excited – maybe I raised my voice a little at the time I found out – but we celebrated with a cup of tea and a hug."
58-year-old Ade Goodchild went bankrupt on £ 71m and left a job at a metal factory.
He celebrated enjoying the outing and watching Six Nations with his mom and dad.
He vowed to "spend, spend," and heal his family. He also said he wanted to break into a new home with a swimming pool, jacuzzi and a large garden.
And he directed his journey to the Grand Canyon and the Pyramids of Egypt.
Then he said, "I am not one of those winners who will say that this victory will not change me. The curse will be willed, or at least I will put it to good use."
Meanwhile, the biggest winners in the UK are Colin and Chris Weir of Largs, who won £ 161m in July 2011.
They said they were "tickled pink" after their incredible victory.
Husband and wife were catapulted into the Sunday Times Rich List over Beatle Ringo Starr and Sir Tom Jones.
They have been married for 30 years and with two children bought a mansion – which was later upgraded to a larger one – and a fleet of vehicles.
Psychiatric nurse Chris, 55, and Colin, 64, who have worked as a TV cameraman and studio presenter for 23 years, have made three million pounds donations to the SNP since winning in 2011.
The anonymous ticket holder also saved £ 35.2m in April.
In June, the lucky UK ticket holder asked for a whopping 123 million euro jackpot.