What time is tonight’s £149m lottery? EuroMillions ticket warning for October 11 2016
EuroMillions players are being urged to buy their tickets early for tonight's £149m mammoth jackpot and avoid the danger of Camelot's website crashing.
It is the second biggest jackpot EVER and will propel any winner into the most wealthy in the country bracket.
A last-minute rush for tickets on Friday caused the website to crash leaving punters stranded as the draw was made for the slightly smaller prize of £136m. Punters took to social media to complain.
A warning email has already been sent out to online players this morning saying: "This is a service message to let you know that we... read more
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