(screenshot from EuroMillions commercial)
But in France there's still a mystery surrounding an even bigger jackpot "won" almost a month ago.
That's because nobody has stepped forward to make a claim for the €162 million for five correct numbers plus the two lucky stars in the September 13 draw.
The operator of the lottery in France, La Française des Jeux (FDJ), apparently has still had no news from the claimant and will only issue a statement once the winner has stepped forward and then "only in accordance with his or her wishes."
The winning ticket was apparently bought in the northwestern département of Calvados.
Yes the very same area known for its apple brandy, which might give a clue as to why nobody has yet made a claim.
And let's face it, the amount is hardly inconsiderable.
Should the winner eventually be identified he/she or they would have the 250th largest fortune in France.
But hey, who's counting centimes here?
It's not the first time someone has been in less than a hurry to pick up an enormous lottery cheque in France.
As Le Parisien reports, right now FDJ is waiting for the winner of €8 million in the national lottery draw from August 13 to make his or her claim.
Time is running out though as FDJ has rules about how long a jackpot can remain unclaimed and the deadline is October 12 at one minute to midnight.
As for the Euromillions winner from Calvados - well the deadline for making a claim is November 12.
Just for the record, those numbers for the September 13 draw in case you haven't already checked were - and still are - 9, 28, 30, 32, 49 and the two lucky stars 9 and 10 (you can check them out here)
EuroMillions is a transnational lottery incorporating national operators in nine European countries: Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.