Eurojackpot is Europe’s most widely played lottery, with tickets on sale in 18 countries, and it’s also available to play online through LotteryWorld.com. With a jackpot that can hit a maximum of €120 million, it offers bigger prizes than many other international lotteries.
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 around the world. Just follow the steps below to play:
To win you have to match the numbers you have entered to the winning numbers drawn on a Tuesday and Friday night. To win the jackpot, which starts at €10 million and can reach €120 million, you must match all five of your numbers and both Euro numbers. There are an additional 11 other ways to win outside the jackpot, and the table below shows what prizes are on offer, what you need to do to win them, and the odds of that happening:
|Match||Percentage of Prize Fund*||Odds|
|5 + 2 Euro Numbers||30%||1 in 139,838,160|
|5 + 1 Euro Number||8.50%||1 in 6,991,908|
|5||3%||1 in 3,107,515|
|4 + 2 Euro Numbers||1%||1 in 621,503|
|4 + 1 Euro Number||0.90%||1 in 31,075|
|4||0.70%||1 in 13,811|
|3 + 2 Euro Numbers||0.60%||1 in 14,125|
|2 + 2 Euro Numbers||3.10%||1 in 985|
|3 + 1 Euro Number||3%||1 in 706|
|3||4.30%||1 in 314|
|1 + 2 Euro Numbers||7.80%||1 in 188|
|2 + 1 Euro Number||19.10%||1 in 49|
*The remaining 12 percent of the Prize Fund is allocated to the Booster Fund, which is used to ensure that there is enough money to cover the minimum jackpot in every draw.
The overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 32.
Read the frequently asked questions below to learn more about Eurojackpot prizes and how the game works.
How much does it cost to play on Eurojackpot?
Eurojackpot costs $4.20 for a single entry. One-month and three-month subscriptions can work out cheaper per entry but you have to pay for each draw the numbers are entered into.
When do draws take place?
Eurojackpot draws take place every Tuesday and Friday at 9:00pm EET. The winning numbers are added to the Eurojackpot Results page 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 largest jackpot of €90 million has been won on several occasions. A 36-year-old cleaner from Berlin, known only as Christina, famously won that amount when she bet on Eurojackpot online on June 1, 2018.
Is Eurojackpot the same as EuroMillions?
No, Eurojackpot and EuroMillions are two completely separate lotteries with different jackpots and prizes. 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.