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How to play EuroJackpot?


To play EuroJackpot you need to select five numbers from 1 to 50 and two EuroNumbers from 1 to 10.

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As displayed in the graph, our system The Analyst matched a prize most of the times for this lottery from July 2020. We firmly believe that it will therefore allow you a 99% chance of winning a prize!
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EuroJackpot latest analysis

Generated numbers for
Fri, 05 Nov 2021

1
3
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
13
15
16
17
24
27
32
34
35
37
39
40
41
42
43
50

4
5
6
7
9

Drawn numbers

6
13
25
31
49
2
7

Matched

2+1

This combination could be worth €8

Generated numbers for
Fri, 29 Oct 2021

2
4
5
7
8
11
13
14
16
18
19
20
21
24
28
29
30
31
32
33
37
41
43
47
50

1
2
4
6
9

Drawn numbers

11
23
37
38
44
4
8

Matched

2+1

This combination could be worth €8

Average prize figures are calculated using results from 05/10/2019 to 02/10/2020.

Additional FAQs about EuroJackpot

When are the draws?
The draws take place on Fridays at 8 o’clock on Helsinky time (EET). Tickets can be bought between 6 am and 23pm (19pm on Fridays).
What is the cost to play EuroJackpot?

Each single EuroJackpot ticket costs £2.00

Can the same number be extracted twice as a main number and as an EuroNumber?
Yes, the first five numbers are extracted from a pool while the EuroNumbers from a second one, therefore the numbers can be repeated.
What are the odds of winning EuroJackpot?
There are twelve different tiers of prizes with different odds as below:
Prize Tier Match Odds of Winning
1 (Jackpot) 5 numbers + 2 stars 1 in 95,344,200
2 5 numbers + 1 star 1 in 5,959,013
3 5 numbers + 0 stars 1 in 3,405,150
4 4 numbers + 2 stars 1 in 423,752
5 4 numbers + 1 star 1 in 26,485
6 4 numbers + 0 stars 1 in 15,134
7 3 numbers + 2 stars 1 in 9,631
8 2 numbers + 2 stars 1 in 672
9 3 numbers + 1 star 1 in 602
10 3 numbers + 0 stars 1 in 344
11 1 number + 2 stars 1 in 128
12 2 numbers + 1 star 1 in 42
Overall odds: 1:26
What is the minimum Jackpot and what happens if nobody wins it?
With a minimum jackpot of €10 million and a maximum of €90 million, EuroJackpot’s rules inform that in the scenario nobody wins the maximum of €90 million, the number will roll over to the next lower category - essentially allowing two jackpots in a single game.
How do I claim my prize?

As EuroJackpot is a transnational game, the way to claim your prize changes according to which country you have purchased your ticket into. 

Find more information on EuroJackpot’s https://www.euro-jackpot.net/en/how-to-claim

Can I play EuroJackpot outside the UK?
Tickets can be purchased in any of the participating countries (Italy, Holland, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Slovenia, Estonia, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Croatia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia) when physically there. Visit third party websites offering to purchase tickets on your behalf, should you not be in any of the 18 participating countries.
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