Things to buy if you win the EuroMillions Superdraw

With a jackpot of £110 million, there’s no need to think twice!

Do you know that feeling you get when you find something you really like and you get so excited, but then you look at the price tag and just sigh and slowly put the item back? Yeah, we’ve been there.

But if you win the EuroMillions Superdraw this Friday 7th February, you will forget that feeling ever existed! The EuroMillions jackpot is a massive sum of £110 million for this Superdraw, so we took some time to draw up a short list of things you could buy if you were filthy rich.


  1. This taco from a 5-star resort in Mexico

Satisfy your cravings with these £21K tacos from Frida restaurant at the Grand Velas Los Cabos Resort. They are filled with Kobe beef, langoustine, Almas Beluga caviar, and black truffle brie, all wrapped up in tortillas with gold flakes. A special salsa accompanies the tacos, which has civet coffee, Morita chilli peppers, and Ley .926 tequila. YUM!


  1. A Manhattan parking spot

Stop wasting time looking for parking! For almost £1 million (or £764,292 to be exact) you can buy a parking spot in a private garage in Manhattan. You can always opt for a normal parking spot, which is on average, £130,000, but with £110 million in your pockets, why should you settle for less?


  1. Bluefin tuna

The price of bluefin tuna can range from £25 per pound to over £150 per pound. However, in 2019, a sushi restaurant owner Kiyoshi Kimura, bought 613lbs of this fish for £2.3 million - that’s over £3,700 per pound! Are you hungry yet?


  1. The Heintzman Crystal Piano

This is the same piano which was used at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. After the event, one person bought this beautiful piano made of crystals for an astonishing £2.4 million. Wouldn’t it just tie your living room altogether?


  1. A Diamond Rose Edition iPhone 4

Yes, we know it’s not the latest iPhone, but check out the bling on this thing! Costing a whopping £6 million, this magnificent phone was designed by Stuart Hughes. He used 53 diamonds for the Apple logo, a 7.4-carat pink diamond as the navigation button, and 500 diamonds for the rose gold bezel of the phone - talk about shiny!


  1. A 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO

Having won the Tour de France, this rare set of wheels was sold to a car collector and businessman, David MacNeil, for the stupendous sum of £53.4 million! And when we say rare, we mean RARE - only 32 of these were built between 1962 and 1963. So you will definitely be one of a kind cruising around in this beast!


  1. All of the above

If you buy every single thing we’ve mentioned, you will still have over £44 million left in your pockets! That’s enough to keep you going for quite a while.


How amazing does this all sound? Now that you’ve dreamed big, it’s time to take a shot at making it all real.

The EuroMillions Superdraw will be taking place on Friday 7th February. You can buy your tickets here, and the £110 million jackpot could be yours to spend!