Eye-watering £10,000 every month for 30 years could be yours TONIGHT… hours after lucky Brit scoops £3.8m | The Sun

BRITS can win £10,000 every month for 30 years tonight. 

Lottery players must match five numbers and a Life Ball in tonight’s Set For Life draw, which closes at 7.30pm.

It comes hours after a Brit claimed last month’s £3.8million Lotto jackpot. 

Camelot’s Andy Carter, senior winners’ advisor at The National Lottery, said, “We’re delighted this amazing Lotto jackpot prize has now been claimed.

"Our focus is now on supporting the ticket-holder through the process and helping them start to enjoy their truly life-changing win.  

“It’s been an incredible couple of months for Lotto players with an amazing 30 millionaires made in April and May.”


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Five other players won £1million in the draw last month for matching five of the six numbers plus the bonus ball.

And another player won £8.5million in a draw just days before, with £8.6million also being won earlier in the month.

It also followed Joe and Jess Thwaite winning a massive £184million EuroMillions prize, making them Britain's biggest winners.

We revealed today how the down-to-earth couple made their first big purchase on a used Volvo estate.

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Our exclusive pictures taken this week show Joe, 49, and Jess, 44, arriving at the front gate of their £650,000 Grade II-listed home in the car.

They had been visiting the house to meet with their builders as they press ahead with work that had been planned on the property before their win.

Despite the couple’s windfall, neighbours are not shocked that the pair have been so restrained with their money.

One told The Sun: “They’re mega lottery winners but first and foremost they’re down-to-earth people who have worked hard their whole lives.

“The car is smart, respectable and sensible — just like Joe and Jess. 

“You might expect them to go and buy a Ferrari or a Bugatti. Instead of living the high life, they’re pressing ahead with their original plan to do the house up and make sure things are sorted as they’d planned originally.

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“The couple are well liked by the neighbours and they want to make sure the house is put right.

“The fact that they’ve not splurged it all on sports cars or booze shows what great people they are.”

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