How to Play Eurojackpot
Simply select five main numbers from 1 to 50 and then two additional Euro numbers from 1 to 10. As the Euro numbers are drawn from a different set of balls to the main numbers, it is possible for the same number to appear as both a main number and a Euro number in the same result.
You can select your own numbers or use the ‘Quick Pick’ option when buying tickets to randomly generate a set of numbers. Alternatively, you can use the Random Number Generator before you purchase your ticket to find a set of numbers you like.
There are 12 prize tiers on offer in Eurojackpot, and anyone who matches all five main numbers and both Euro numbers in the draw will win a share of the jackpot, which starts at €10 million. If nobody matches all of the numbers in a draw, the jackpot will roll over into the next draw, until it reaches its cap of €90 million.
Eurojackpot tickets can be bought online or through authorised retail stores in a participating country.
Play Eurojackpot Online
Buying Eurojackpot tickets online is the easiest and safest way to play, as your tickets will be stored in your online account and automatically checked on your behalf. If you win a prize, you will be notified straight away and the winnings will be paid into your account for you to withdraw or use on future ticket purchases. Getting started with playing online is simple:
- Open an online account with the lottery operator in your country
- Complete your account registration (this may include verifying your age)
- Add funds to your account
- Buy Eurojackpot tickets using your account balance
Play Eurojackpot via a Retail Store
If you live in a participating country, you can play Eurojackpot by buying tickets from an authorised retail store. Play cards will be available for you to mark out which numbers you want to play. After that, you hand the play card to the cashier to receive a ticket confirming your numbers and the draw (or draws) for which the ticket is valid. You will need to keep your ticket safe, as it will act as proof of your winnings if you win a prize. You should also sign the back of your ticket to demonstrate proof of ownership and to avoid legal disputes should you lose the ticket and someone else tries to claim the prize.
Playing Eurojackpot from a Non-Participating Country
If you’re on holiday or are living in a non-participating country, you can still buy Eurojackpot tickets. Visit the Playing Abroad page for more details.
Comparison between Playing Online or via a Retail Store
The following comparison shows the differences between playing Eurojackpot online or buying tickets from an authorised retail store.Find out how to play the Eurojackpot lottery including playing online and at a local retailer as well as Eurojackpot game procedures and rules.
Euro jackpot online
Eurojackpot is one of Europe’s biggest and most popular lotteries, offering jackpots that can roll over up to an impressive в‚¬90 million! Draws take place every Friday night at 21:00 EET (19:00 GMT) in Helsinki, Finland.
With a combined total of 18 European countries taking part every week, the starting jackpot of в‚¬10 million can quickly reach impressive heights if a few draws pass without a top prize winner. The participating Eurojackpot countries are: Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.
Did you know? You can pick your Eurojackpot numbers online! Just hit the ‘Pick Numbers’ button below:
Any winnings will be added to your online account when you pick your numbers online, and you will be notified of any winnings by email after a draw has taken place.
Comparison between Eurojackpot and EuroMillions
Not sure what the difference is between Eurojackpot and EuroMillions? The two lotteries are highly popular across a combined 26 European countries, with millions of players winning prizes each week. You can find a comparison of the draws below:
|5 from 50 and 2 from 10||Game Format||5 from 50 and 2 from 12|
|в‚¬10 million||Minimum Jackpot||в‚¬17 million|
|в‚¬90 million||Highest Ever Jackpot||в‚¬200 million|
|1 in 26||Overall Odds of Winning a Prize||1 in 13|
|1 in 95,344,200||Odds of Winning Jackpot||1 in 139,838,160|
21:00 EET (19:00 GMT)
|Drawn||Tuesday and Friday
21:00 CET (20:00 GMT)
|Eurojackpot Results||Results||EuroMillions results|
How to Play Eurojackpot
To play Eurojackpot, you must select five numbers between 1 and 50, plus two additional numbers from 1 to 10. To win the jackpot, you will need to match all seven numbers drawn. In the event that no ticket holder matches all seven numbers required, the top prize rolls over to the following draw.
The jackpot is capped at в‚¬90 million, but in the event that funds from ticket sales exceed this amount, the excess funds are rolled down and added to the second tier prize pool.
Eurojackpot has 12 prize tiers and the winning combinations, as well as the odds of winning, are as follows:
|Match||Odds of Winning||Lowest Ever Prize Amount ||Highest Ever Prize Amount ||Average Prize Amount Per Draw||Lowest Ever Winners||Highest Ever Winners||Average Winners Per Draw|
|5 + 2||1 in 95344200||€9,606,434.20||€90,000,000.00||€30,636,124.26||0||5||0.2|
|5 + 1||1 in 5959013||€67,214.20||€27,545,857.50||€908,864.80||0||35||3.1|
|5 + 0||1 in 3405150||€12,209.10||€609,436.50||€126,666.50||0||41||5.0|
|4 + 2||1 in 423752||€875.70||€12,739.40||€4,360.08||9||251||45.8|
|4 + 1||1 in 26485||€83.50||€406.30||€241.85||141||3,383||682.3|
|4 + 0||1 in 15134||€38.90||€202.10||€111.73||179||6,656||1,131.8|
|3 + 2||1 in 9631||€21.70||€98.70||€58.70||683||10,082||1,981.4|
|2 + 2||1 in 672||€10.50||€34.70||€19.93||9,364||117,893||28,234.3|
|3 + 1||1 in 602||€11.60||€29.10||€18.96||8,492||95,743||29,903.1|
|3 + 0||1 in 344||€9.10||€20.10||€14.79||10,478||168,026||49,493.9|
|1 + 2||1 in 128||€6.60||€16.00||€10.18||51,805||544,590||147,898.8|
|2 + 1||1 in 42||€6.20||€10.40||€7.98||139,493||1,272,441||427,770.8|
Figures calculated using results drawn between 23/03/2012 and 20/11/2020.
Overall odds of winning a prize are approximately 1 in 26
The table is updated after each draw to reflect the latest results.
All prize data included in the table above relates to Eurojackpot lottery draw results since 23rd March 2012 and are provided for information purposes only and are not indicative of future prize values.
Eurojackpot tickets can be purchased from authorised retailers in the participating countries or you can pick your numbers online through www.euro-jackpot.net. This site allows players from outside the participating countries to bet on Eurojackpot as well as providing a wealth of information, including the latest results.
 The lowest and highest prize amounts for each prize tier, other than the jackpot, are in respect of individual winning tickets.
 The Match 5 + 2 Euro Numbers prize values represent the total jackpot amounts regardless of how many winning tickets there were.Play Eurojackpot online for your chance to win jackpots that can reach up to в‚¬90 million! Draws take place every Friday – learn how to play. ]]>