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EuroMillions Introduction



EuroMillions is a pan-European lottery that was first drawn in 2004. For the first few months this lottery was only available in Spain, France, and the UK, but by the end of October 2004 it was available in half a dozen other countries and these days it can also be played online by players from all around the world.




The EuroMillions is drawn every Tuesday and Friday evening in Paris, France, with millions of players participating for every single draw. It costs €3.50 to purchase a EuroMillions ticket in participating countries that use the Euro.




Participating countries also have their own bonus games, some of which (such as the My Million in France or the Plus in Ireland) cost extra per ticket, while others (such as the Millionaire Maker in the UK) are bundled in for free with the standard ticket price. Please note that these games are only available to players participating in the said countries and not online.




How to Play EuroMillions



A EuroMillions line consists of 7 numbers. Five of these are “Main Numbers” from between 1 and 50, and two are “Lucky Star” numbers from 1 to 12. Players need to choose all 7 numbers themselves when purchasing their tickets. The prizes are paid out for a mixture of these numbers, with the jackpot going to the player or players who secure all 7 numbers, and the smallest prize paid to players who get 2 Main Numbers.




You need to be 18 years old to play EuroMillions in most participating countries, but you can play from the age of 16 in the United Kingdom. However, if you want to play online in the UK then you will need to be at least 18 years old.




Jackpots and Records



There is a maximum jackpot of €190 million on EuroMillions, and this has been reached on several occasions in the past. A new rule was also added in 2016 stipulating that if the jackpot reaches its maximum and is not won for five draws then it will be distributed between winners of the next biggest prize.




Winning Odds of EuroMillions



Each EuroMillions ticket has a 1 in 139 million chance of winning the EuroMillions jackpot, a 1 in 22 chance of winning the smallest prize, and a 1 in 13 chance of winning any prize.


EuroMillions Introduction



EuroMillions is a pan-European lottery that was first drawn in 2004. For the first few months this lottery was only available in Spain, France, and the UK, but by the end of October 2004 it was available in half a dozen other countries and these days it can also be played online by players from all around the world.




The EuroMillions is drawn every Tuesday and Friday evening in Paris, France, with millions of players participating for every single draw. It costs €3.50 to purchase a EuroMillions ticket in participating countries that use the Euro.




Participating countries also have their own bonus games, some of which (such as the My Million in France or the Plus in Ireland) cost extra per ticket, while others (such as the Millionaire Maker in the UK) are bundled in for free with the standard ticket price. Please note that these games are only available to players participating in the said countries and not online.




How to Play EuroMillions



A EuroMillions line consists of 7 numbers. Five of these are “Main Numbers” from between 1 and 50, and two are “Lucky Star” numbers from 1 to 12. Players need to choose all 7 numbers themselves when purchasing their tickets. The prizes are paid out for a mixture of these numbers, with the jackpot going to the player or players who secure all 7 numbers, and the smallest prize paid to players who get 2 Main Numbers.




You need to be 18 years old to play EuroMillions in most participating countries, but you can play from the age of 16 in the United Kingdom. However, if you want to play online in the UK then you will need to be at least 18 years old.




Jackpots and Records



There is a maximum jackpot of €190 million on EuroMillions, and this has been reached on several occasions in the past. A new rule was also added in 2016 stipulating that if the jackpot reaches its maximum and is not won for five draws then it will be distributed between winners of the next biggest prize.




Winning Odds of EuroMillions



Each EuroMillions ticket has a 1 in 139 million chance of winning the EuroMillions jackpot, a 1 in 22 chance of winning the smallest prize, and a 1 in 13 chance of winning any prize.