The EuroMillions draw normally takes place every Tuesday and Friday evenings at 21:30 CET in Paris, and 5 main numbers are drawn along with 2 Lucky Stars. Match a minimum of 2 main numbers to win a prize. To win a jackpot you have to match 5 main numbers and 2 Lucky Stars. You can find the latest EuroMillions results on our site right after the draw. Increase your chances to win the jackpot and play these EuroMillions most often winning combinations. You can always play EuroMillions online here.
EuroMillions is a pan-European lottery launched on 7 February 2004. The first EuroMillions results were announced on 13 February 2004 and the draw took place in Paris. Initially only the UK, France and Spain were involved, but lotteries from Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, and Switzerland subsequently joined the draw on 8 October 2004.
As of 24 September 2016 the structure of the draw was changed, with the Lucky Star being drawn from a pool of 12 numbers instead of the old 11.
Odds to win EuroMillions jackpot
You can win by matching any of the combination of main numbers and lucky stars below. Match minimum of 2 main numbers for a lowest prize or match all 5 main numbers and 2 lucky stars for the jackpot!
|Main Numbers||Lucky Stars||Odds|
|5||2||1 in 139,838,160|
|5||1||1 in 6,991,908|
|5||0||1 in 3,107,515|
|4||2||1 in 621,503|
|4||1||1 in 31,076|
|4||0||1 in 13,812|
|3||2||1 in 14,126|
|2||2||1 in 986|
|3||1||1 in 707|
|3||0||1 in 314|
|1||2||1 in 188|
|2||1||1 in 50|
|2||0||1 in 22|
How many numbers do you need to win on the EuroMillions?
As you can see from the previous table, you need to match at least 2 main numbers with odds of 1 in 22 to win the smallest prize which is usually around £2.80.
Prizes history since 13 February 2004
|Winning selections||MAX prize||AVG prize||MIN prize|
|Match 5 + 2||£170,810,000.00||£39,826,632.00||£4,093,500.00|
|Match 5 + 1||£3,314,251.25||£286,834.12||£37,653.60|
|Match 4 + 2||£9,850.60||£3,124.89||£408.50|
|Match 4 + 1||£302.20||£143.05||£26.30|
|Match 3 + 2||£91.70||£44.48||£14.70|
|Match 2 + 2||£24.60||£14.13||£5.30|
|Match 3 + 1||£29.60||£11.32||£4.30|
|Match 1 + 2||£11.50||£7.32||£3.00|
|Match 2 + 1||£8.70||£5.63||£3.10|
EuroMillions Official Websites
With so many websites related to EuroMillions it's quite hard to find out which ones are really the official ones and which ones are not. Here's the complete list of all 9 EuroMillions Official Websites - each per participating country.
|Country||Operated by||Official website|
|United Kingdom||Camelot Group||https://www.national-lottery.co.uk/games/euromillions|
|Austria||Österreichische Lotterien Gesellschaft m.b.H||https://www.lotterien.at/en/games/gaming-portfolio/euromillions/|
|France||Française des Jeux (FDJ)||https://www.fdj.fr/jeux-de-tirage/euromillions-my-million/|
|Ireland||Premier Lotteries Ireland (PLI)||https://www.lottery.ie/games/euromillions|
|Luxembourg||Loterie Nationale du Luxembourg||https://www.loterie.lu/content/portal/fr/playnow/euromillions.html|
|Portugal||Jogos Santa Casa||https://www.jogossantacasa.pt/web/JogarEuromilhoes/|
|Spain||Sociedad Estatal Loterías y Apuestas del Estado||https://www.loteriasyapuestas.es/es/euromillones|
|Switzerland||Swisslos Loterie Intercantonale||http://www.swisslos.ch/de/euromillions/einzeltipps/spielen.html#tipp|
Remember, the only way to officially buy a ticket is via these official websites. But you have to be a legal resident of the country and have a national ID and bank account. You can also use 3rd party reseller websites but you have to be careful who to trust. Sites like www.euro-millions.com or www.euromillions.com are absolutely NOT OFFICIAL WEBSITES and are making money purely by reselling lottery tickets via overpriced 3rd party websites.