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Eurojackpot Introduction



Eurojackpot is a transnational lottery that was first drawn in 2012. Officially, there are 18 participating European countries—only 1 of which, Spain, is also a participant in the EuroMillions—but players around the world can also play online.




Eurojackpot is drawn every Friday night in Helsinki, Finland, after which the tickets are validated in Germany and Denmark. The Eurojackpot was created as an alternative to EuroMillions and the goal was to establish a lottery that paid out more frequently, which means it produces fewer rollovers and fewer astronomical jackpots, but allows for more frequent jackpot wins.




How to Play Eurojackpot



A Eurojackpot ticket consists of 5 main numbers from 1 to 50 and 2 bonus numbers from 1 to 10. It costs €2.50 for a Eurojackpot ticket and there are 12 prize tiers to aim for, with the jackpot paid to players who match all main numbers and bonus numbers. The second highest prize is paid to players who get all 5 main numbers and only 1 of the bonus numbers.




Jackpots and Records



There is a minimum jackpot of €10 million on the Eurojackpot and a maximum jackpot of €90 million. It has reached this maximum on several occasions, the first of which was claimed by a player from the Czech Republic.




Maximum jackpots have also been claimed by players from Finland and Germany. These two countries are actually the biggest participants in the Eurojackpot, and have claimed the vast majority of its jackpots over the years. Eurojackpot is also popular in Denmark and Norway and thanks to online portals like Multilotto its popularity is growing all over the world.




Winning Odds of Eurojackpot



The Eurojackpot has jackpot odds of 1 in 95 million (or 1 in 95,344,200 to be exact) These are far lower than the EuroMillions, which returns odds of 1 in 139 million for a jackpot win. In fact the Eurojackpot has some of the best lottery odds in the world.




The odds of winning the smallest prize on the Eurojackpot, which is paid to players who get 2 main numbers and 1 bonus number, are 1 in 35.


Eurojackpot Introduction



Eurojackpot is a transnational lottery that was first drawn in 2012. Officially, there are 18 participating European countries—only 1 of which, Spain, is also a participant in the EuroMillions—but players around the world can also play online.




Eurojackpot is drawn every Friday night in Helsinki, Finland, after which the tickets are validated in Germany and Denmark. The Eurojackpot was created as an alternative to EuroMillions and the goal was to establish a lottery that paid out more frequently, which means it produces fewer rollovers and fewer astronomical jackpots, but allows for more frequent jackpot wins.




How to Play Eurojackpot



A Eurojackpot ticket consists of 5 main numbers from 1 to 50 and 2 bonus numbers from 1 to 10. It costs €2.50 for a Eurojackpot ticket and there are 12 prize tiers to aim for, with the jackpot paid to players who match all main numbers and bonus numbers. The second highest prize is paid to players who get all 5 main numbers and only 1 of the bonus numbers.




Jackpots and Records



There is a minimum jackpot of €10 million on the Eurojackpot and a maximum jackpot of €90 million. It has reached this maximum on several occasions, the first of which was claimed by a player from the Czech Republic.




Maximum jackpots have also been claimed by players from Finland and Germany. These two countries are actually the biggest participants in the Eurojackpot, and have claimed the vast majority of its jackpots over the years. Eurojackpot is also popular in Denmark and Norway and thanks to online portals like Multilotto its popularity is growing all over the world.




Winning Odds of Eurojackpot



The Eurojackpot has jackpot odds of 1 in 95 million (or 1 in 95,344,200 to be exact) These are far lower than the EuroMillions, which returns odds of 1 in 139 million for a jackpot win. In fact the Eurojackpot has some of the best lottery odds in the world.




The odds of winning the smallest prize on the Eurojackpot, which is paid to players who get 2 main numbers and 1 bonus number, are 1 in 35.