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Most Recent Result
Most Recent Jackpot
- Ticket Price Nil
- Country UK
- Jackpot Record £ 42,000,000
How to Play
Players must pick five numbers from 1 to 50 and two Lucky Stars numbers from 1 to 11. Tickets can be purchased from licensed outlets and online.
The draws take place on Tuesdays and Fridays at 20.45 in Paris, with the results published on official websites at around 23.00.
The Euromillions prize draw has 13 tiers and the minimum jackpot payout is 15 million Euros.
Players win prizes by matching numbers from the main draw and the Lucky Stars draw.
The game is currently available to players in Andorra, Austria, Belgium, France (including overseas regions and collectivities), Ireland, the Isle of Man, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Players must be 18 or over.The odds of wining anyprize at all are 1 in 13, and the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 116,531,799.
License and Operation
The Euromillions draw was launched in February 2004 and is a pan-European draw, with lotteries from across the continent taking part.
Participating lotteries have each set up a Euromillions Trust Account, which is used to settle all prizes that are due and to hold money for future prizes. The aim to is to protect the players’ interests and avoid default on a payment.
Super Draws and Event Draws are regular Euromillions games where the jackpot is set to a minimum guaranteed amount, often €100,000,000. In a Super Draw the jackpot rolls over if no one wins the game. In an Event Draw, the jackpot is shared between the next tier down if no one wins.