EuroJackpot

Eurojackpot is Europe’s most widely played lottery, with tickets on sale in 18 countries. Jackpots can reach €120m and there are a total of 12 different prize tiers you can win in on each entry, so its no surprise its so popular! You can now play Eurojackpot online as well, so take a look at how to play, the results and all the prizes below to get started.

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Latest EuroJackpot Result
Tuesday 18th June 2024
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How to Play

You don’t have to be located in one of Eurojackpot’s 18 participating countries to play, which means you can choose your numbers online from anywhere you want to play. Just follow the steps below to play:

Pick five numbers between 1 and 50 and two Euro numbers between 1 and 12. You can pick the numbers in the play panel yourself, or select ‘Quick Pick’ for a random set of numbers to be chosen for you.

Repeat the first step for every set of numbers you want to enter. Many online services will let you choose as many as you want, but some might also have a minimum requirement.

Choose whether to enter one draw or subscribe to enter your numbers into future draws too. You can subscribe on a one-month or three-month basis.

Hit the ‘Add to Cart’ button.

Sign in to your account if you have one, or register for a new one.

Add a payment method if you haven’t already and add funds to pay for your entries.

Wait for the results or look out for an email from confirming that you have won a prize- but also make sure to check the results yourself.

FAQs

Read the frequently asked questions below to learn more about Eurojackpot prizes and how the game works.

When do draws take place?

Eurojackpot draws take place every Saturday at 21:30 EET. The winning numbers are added above soon after.

What are the Euro numbers?

The Euro numbers are two bonus numbers that are drawn after the five main ones. Many of Eurojackpot’s prizes, including the jackpot, require you to match one or both of them. The Euro numbers are picked from a separate pool to the main numbers, so it is possible to see the same number appear twice in the same draw.

Is there a minimum jackpot?

The jackpot starts at a guaranteed €10 million and will reset to this amount for the draw after the jackpot is won.

What is the biggest jackpot ever won?

The maximum jackpot of €120 million has been won on several occasions since the jackpot cap was raised to this amount, with the first of those taking place on 22nd July 2022.

Is Eurojackpot the same as EuroMillions?

No, Eurojackpot and EuroMillions are two completely separate lotteries with different jackpots, prizes and draw days. EuroMillions takes place twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays where as Eurojackpot only takes place on Fridays. More information on EuroMillions can be found on its dedicated page.

What happens when you win Eurojackpot?

If you match a few numbers to win one of the smaller prizes in Eurojackpot then the prize amount will be paid straight into your online account for you to do so as you wish. If you win one of the bigger prizes, including the jackpot, then our customer service team will get in contact with you to arrange for this to be sent directly to your bank account.