A lotto money up for grabs tonight – What would you do with $100 million?

Newsagent Peter Snare could sell the winning ticket.

Newsagent Peter Snare could sell the winning ticket.

Dubbo newsagents are ready for a busy day in the lead up to a record-breaking $100 million lottery tonight.

Powerball has reached the equal biggest jackpot in the Australian game’s 22-year history, with lotto-lovers across Dubbo lining up for a chance at the cash.

Newsagents say they have seen sales increase over the last couple of weeks as the tally has grown and grown.

The history making draw comes after no entry has had all seven winning numbers and the Powerball in a single game for eight consecutive weeks.

Daily Liberal staff and Dubbo residents alike would surely be hatching elaborate plans of how to spend the money should they be the lucky winner.

If one entry takes home the entire jackpot it will be the largest individual Australian lottery prize ever won.

The current record is held by a couple of Hervey Bay grandparents who won $70 million in 2016.