How to play EuroMillions
Play EuroMillions in 5 steps
Choose your numbers
Complete a EuroMillions play slip by selecting five main numbers from 1 to 50 and two Lucky Stars from 1 to 12. Alternatively, click on 'Randomize all lines' to generate a random selection of numbers.
Complete your play slip
There are 6 lines per play slip on standard PC or laptop screens (or less if you access from a smaller screen, mobile or tablet). To add more lines, click on 'Add more lines' whereby more play slips will appear.
Buy your tickets
Once happy with your choice of numbers click on 'Next' and you will be guided through the payment process.
Wait for the draw
On completion of payment you will receive a message on the website confirming the numbers you have played and the draw you have entered. You can see all the lines and tickets you have purchased at any time in your player account.
Check the results
Shortly after the draw you will receive an email notification detailing the latest results and if you have won. Any winnings will automatically be credited to your player account.
About EuroMillions lottery
What is the EuroMillions lottery?
EuroMillions is the biggest European transnational lottery featuring a minimum 17 million euro jackpot every Tuesday and Friday. The jackpot can rollover until it reaches 190 million euro if there are no winners.
How much does a EuroMillions ticket cost?
Playing EuroMillions on EuroMillions.com costs only €3.00 (£ 2.51) per play, the best price available on the Internet.
Can I play EuroMillions if my country is not participating to the lottery?
Anyone from around the world can play EuroMillions with us, even from outside of Europe, and at the same price, but under the condition that playing a foreign lottery is not forbidden in your country.
Buying EuroMillions online is more convenient because if you win you will automatically receive your prize in your player account, without having to travel to one of the participating countries to claim it.
What is a EuroMillions Superdraw?
A EuroMillions Superdraw is a special draw which typically features a guaranteed € 100 million jackpot whether or not the EuroMillions jackpot was won in the preceding draw. They usually occur once or twice a year in celebration of a special event or to mark changes in the lottery however, they can happen at any time. Similarly to a normal Euromillions draw, if no one matches the 5 main numbers and two lucky stars, the jackpot is rolled over to the next draw.
What are the odds of winning?
The odds of winning the EuroMillions jackpot are 139 838 160 to 1, the odds of winning the minimum EuroMillions prize are 1 in 22 and the overall chances to get any prize are 1 in 13. Check here the odds for all prize categories and compare them with the chances of winning other international lotteries!
What time are the draws?
EuroMillions draws take place on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 21:00 CET (20:00 GMT) in Paris. Check out the difference with your time zone to know what time they play in your country and don't miss the opportunity to buy the tickets for any draw!
What time do ticket sales close?
Ticket sales close at 19:00 Central European Time the day of the draw. Bets ordered after the cut of time will be validated for the next draw.
When are the draw results released?
The latest EuroMillions results are revealed approximately an hour following the draw 22:30 CET. A full breakdown of prizes is released another hour later 23:30 CET. However, in the event of a large jackpot the processing and verification of the latest results can take up until midnight to finalise. You can get the latest Euromillions results on our results page.
Jackpot and prizes
How do I win the jackpot?
To win the EuroMillions jackpot players need to match all 5 main numbers and 2 Lucky Stars. But to win the minimum EuroMillions prize, players just have to match 2 or more numbers. It is that easy to be a winner!
What is the EuroMillions Prize Breakdown?
The EuroMillions lottery has a total of 13 prize tiers. The highest prize is won matching the 5 main numbers and the 2 Lucky stars, while the smallest just with 2 out 5 main numbers. You can check out the prize breakdown of the latest draw in our results page, with the amount of winners and money won per prize tier, as well as the prize breakdown of all past EuroMillions draws.
What is the minimum guaranteed jackpot?
The minimum guaranteed jackpot is €17 million. It can rollover for an unlimited number of consecutive draws until it reaches the jackpot cap of €190 million.
Does the EuroMillions have a jackpot cap?
The jackpot can rollover until the €190 million jmaximum amount is reached. A €190 million jackpot would play only for two consecutive draws and if there is no jackpot winner the big prize will cascade down to the following prize tier that features at least a winner.