EuroMillions

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Next jackpot:
£116 Millions
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How to play EuroMillions?


To play EuroMillions you need to select five numbers from 1 to 50 and two Lucky Stars from 1 to 12.

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The Analyst works!

As displayed in the graph, our system The Analyst matched the JACKPOT 1 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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EuroMillions latest analysis

Generated numbers for
Tue, 09 Nov 2021

2
5
6
7
8
9
11
13
16
19
22
23
24
25
27
29
35
38
39
40
41
44
45
46
48

2
4
5
7
11
12

Drawn numbers

17
25
26
33
36
1
8

Matched

1+0

Generated numbers for
Fri, 05 Nov 2021

1
2
4
5
7
10
13
15
18
19
20
21
24
27
28
31
33
34
37
39
40
42
43
47
49

3
4
7
8
10
11

Drawn numbers

2
12
25
30
41
8
11

Matched

1+2

This combination could be worth €6

Expected win.

Additional FAQs about EuroMillions

When are the draws?

The draws take place on Tuesdays and Fridays at 8 o’clock UK time. Tickets can be bought until 30 minutes before the extraction.

What is the cost to play EuroMillions?
Each single EuroMillions play costs £2.50 and this includes automatic entry to the Millionaire Maker, which is exclusive to the UK.
Can the same number be extracted twice as a main number and as a Lucky Star?
Yes, the first five numbers are extracted from a pool while the Lucky Stars from a second one, therefore the numbers can be repeated.
What are the odds of winning EuroMillions?

There are thirteen different tiers of prizes with different odds as below:

Prize Tier Match Odds of Winning
1 (Jackpot) 5 numbers + 2 stars 1 in 139,838,160
2 5 numbers + 1 star 1 in 6,991,908
3 5 numbers + 0 stars 1 in 3,107,515
4 4 numbers + 2 stars 1 in 621,503
5 4 numbers + 1 star 1 in 31,075
6 3 numbers + 2 stars 1 in 14,125
7 4 numbers + 0 stars 1 in 13,811
8 2 numbers + 2 stars 1 in 985
9 3 numbers + 1 star 1 in 706
10 3 numbers + 0 stars 1 in 314
11 1 number + 2 stars 1 in 188
12 2 numbers + 1 star 1 in 49
13 2 numbers + 0 stars 1 in 22
Overall odds: 1:13
What is the minimum Jackpot and what happens if nobody wins it?
The minimum prize is €17 million (approximately £15 million) and it rolls over if nobody wins it; the maximum jackpot is €200 million and once it hits such an amount it has to be won within four draws. Should nobody win it within four draws, then it must be won on the fifth one or it will be divided among the winners of the highest winning tier if nobody matches 5+2.
How is the money for each ticket spent?
Fifty percent of the money of the earnings is returned to the players by splitting it through the different tier prizes, meaning each tier offers a different amount to the winners during each draw, depending on the amount of players. 12% of the cost of the ticket goes towards the payment of the Lottery Duty imposed by the UK Government, while 28% is allocated to good causes. The last 10% is divided in two, with half of it going towards commissions to retailers, while the other half pays for the operating costs and profits for the operator.
How do I claim my prize?

If you play online, most small prizes will be accredited to your account automatically; prizes over £30k need to be claimed by contacting The National Lottery. 

If you play by paper ticket, prizes up to £100 can be claimed through a retailer, while winnings up to £50k can be claimed by post or in person in a National Lottery Post Office. All winnings larger than £50k need to be claimed in person.

More info at https://www.lottery.co.uk/euromillions/claiming-prizes

Can I play EuroMillions outside the UK?

Tickets can be purchased in any of the participating countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and UK) when physically there, however there are third party websites offering to purchase tickets on your behalf in the UK, should you be abroad.

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