EuroMillions jackpot: Things you could buy with tonight's £113m prize

You could buy an island!

You could buy an island!

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Tonight’s EuroMillions jackpot is the second biggest in history, with an incredible £113 million up for grabs.

Tonight’s EuroMillions jackpot is the second biggest in history, with an incredible £113 million up for grabs.

If a single British ticket holder wins the massive jackpot, they will automatically become one of the richest people in the UK.

Ticket sales for tonight’s draw close at 7.30pm, with the draw taking place at 8pm.

So, what could you buy with £113 million?

Britain’s most expensive house

A 21 bedroom mansion on London’s Mayfair which is on the market for £90 million. That would still leave you with £23 million to play with.

A couple of Gulfstream G650 private jets

Priced at £40 million each, and favoured by megastars such as Jay Z, the G650 seats eight passengers and has a range of 7,000 miles. You could buy two and have plenty of change left over for enough aviation fuel to jet you around the world for the rest of your life.

40 Lamborghini Veneno Roadsters

The world’s most expensive road car comes in at £2.8 million a piece, and has a top speed of 221mph and goes from 0-60 in 2.9 seconds.

11 private Caribbean islands

There are plenty of desert islands on the market, and you’d be able to take your pick.

161,428 iPhone 6 S Plus’

The brand new iPhone is on the market, and you’d be able to buy one for everyone in Doncaster and Chesterfield put together

3.5 million bottles of Moet champagne

You could treat everyone in South Yorkshire, Derbyshire, and Nottinghamshire a bottle of posh fizz, and still have plenty left over to keep your wine cellar well-stocked for life.

3,260 nights at the Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva

You’d be able to stay for six years at the world’s most expensive hotel suite, which costs a cool £50,000 a night.

11 billion penny sweets

A few trips to the dentist maybe in order, though.

18,000 Dacia Sanderos

Every single day for the next 49 years you'd be able to go out and buy the UK's cheapest road car.

What would YOU buy if you won £113 million? Use the Comments section below to tell us how you'd splash the cash.