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Euro Millions

EuroMillions is the third richest weekly lottery in the world

Richest lottery in Europe.

Euro Millions is played officially in more countries than any other lottery.

How often is the draw: Draws are held every Tuesday and Friday night at 20:45 CET in Paris.

Cost: A standard EuroMillions ticket costs €2.50, £2.50 or 3.50 Swiss Franc per line played

Jackpot :The Minimum Mega Millions advertised jackpot is $15 million, paid in 30 graduated yearly installments, increasing 5% each year

(The guaranteed jackpot is €15 Million, rising up to €190 Million.

There are 13 prize levels in and you need 2 main balls to win the smallest prize.

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EuroMillions is the third richest weekly lottery in the world

Richest lottery in Europe.

Euro Millions is played officially in more countries than any other lottery.

 

How often is the draw: Draws are held every Tuesday and Friday night at 20:45 CET in Paris.

Cost: A standard EuroMillions ticket costs €2.50, £2.50 or 3.50 Swiss Franc per line played

Jackpot :The Minimum Mega Millions advertised jackpot is $15 million, paid in 30 graduated yearly installments, increasing 5% each year

(The guaranteed jackpot is €15 Million, rising up to €190 Million.

There are 13 prize levels in and you need 2 main balls to win the smallest prize.

HOW to Play

Choose 5 main numbers between 1 and 50 and then select 2 Lucky Stars between from 1 to 12

These will be drawn separately.

To hit the jackpot you must match all 7 numbers.

  • The player selects five main numbers which can be any number from 1 to 50.
  • The player selects two different lucky star numbers from a pool of 12 numbers.

 

Prize Pool:

 

Probability of winning (a)
Main Numbers Lucky Stars Fraction % % of fund (b) Expected Winnings (€) Expected Winnings (£)
2 0 1 in 22 4.57% 18.25% €4 £3.30
2 1 1 in 49 2.03% 14.85% €8 £6.00
1 2 1 in 188 0.53% 4.95% €10 £7.60
3 0 1 in 314 0.32% 3.50% €12 £9.00
3 1 1 in 706 0.14% 1.85% €14 £10.70
2 2 1 in 985 0.10% 1.75% €19 £14.20
4 0 1 in 13,811 0.0072% 0.38% €58 £43.30
3 2 1 in 14,125 0.0071% 0.67% €104 £78.00
4 1 1 in 31,075 0.00032% 0.48% €164 £123
4 2 1 in 621,503 0.00016% 0.45% €3,076 £2,307.30
5 0 1 in 3,107,515 0.000032% 0.92% €31,448 £23,856.00
5 1 1 in 6,991,908 0.000014% 3.95% €303,798 £227,848.80
5 2 1 in 139,838,160 0.00000072% 43.2% or 27%
(x)
Jackpot Jackpot
Booster fund 4.8% or 21%
(x)
Overall 1 in 13 7.71% 100% €14 £10.70

 

The booster fund is available to contribute to the jackpot, for example to boost the initial jackpot in a sequence of growing jackpots.

Odds: The odds of winning any prize at all are 1 in 13

  • The odds of getting none of the 50 main balls – getting both lucky stars is approximately 1 in 115. This means that it is less likely than getting 2 main balls and one lucky star (1 in 49).
  • However, there is no prize for only getting 2 lucky stars.
  • If the Jackpot is not won, it rolls over to the next draw.

EuroMillions is a joint collaboration between the UK National Lottery, French lottery operator Française de Jeux and Spain’s Loterías y Apuestos del Estado (organizers of the famous El Gordo Draw). Other European lotteries such as Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland have now joined to make EuroMillions the biggest Lottery in Europe.

EuroMillions Draws are held every Tuesday and Friday, and offer a minimum Jackpot of €15 Million. In the past years, however, EuroMillions’ Jackpots have grown to a record €190 Million.

Here are some of the massive jackpots paid out by EuroMillions thus far:

October 24, 2014 — €190,000,000 March 25, 2011 — €138,210,534
June 13, 2014 — €137,313,500 October 8, 2010 — €129,818,430
March 4, 2014 — €129,384,564 May 14, 2010 — €100,037,101
January 7, 2014 — €130,277,772 February 12, 2010 — €129,618,406
November 15, 2013 — €100,000,000 February 5, 2010 — €100,000,000
June 25, 2013 — €187,937,614 November 2009 — €102,199,676
March 29, 2013 — €132,486,743 September 2009 — €100,000,000
December 21, 2012 — €101,835,64 May 2009 — €126,231,764
November 13, 2012 — €169,837,010 March 2009 — €100,000,000
September 28, 2012 — €100,000,000 September 2008 — €130,000,000
August 10, 2012 — €190,000,000 September 2008 — €119,349,706
October 7, 2011 — €117,705,979 February 2008 — €130,000,000
September 13, 2011 — €162,256,621 September 2007 — €130,000,000
July 12, 2011 — €185,000,000 February 2007 — €100,000,000
May 13, 2011 — €121,019,633 November 2006 — €183,109,056
13 WAYS TO WIN

EuroMillions prize tiers are pari-mutuel. Meaning, the individual prize in each tier varies depending on that week’s ticket sales, the rollover amount (jackpot tier only) and the number of winners in that tier.

The Prize Divisions are as follows:

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