EuroJackpot

EuroJackpot is a pan-European lottery that was launched in March 2012 as a counterpart to EuroMillions, which is only offered in select countries. The game offers a starting jackpot of €10 million, but the value of the top prize can quickly increase due to rollovers. The largest EuroJackpot win to date is €90 million, which is the maximum prize possible.

Players choose five main numbers from 50 and two Euro numbers from 1 to 10 in order to win cash prizes for matching anything from two main numbers and one Euro number up to the jackpot for matching the whole selection. EuroJackpot is drawn on a Friday night in Helsinki, Finland with the winning numbers and prize breakdown appearing on the EuroJackpot results page soon afterwards.


Where is EuroJackpot Played?

Players from Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden can purchase their tickets from authorised retailers within their own countries.

In September 2017, tickets will be available to buy in Poland as the nation becomes the 18th Eurojackpot member.

Players from across the world can take part by choosing EuroJackpot numbers online and potentially winning an eight-figure jackpot.

Odds of Winning EuroJackpot

The odds of winning any cash prize in EuroJackpot stand at 1 in 26, whereas the odds of matching all five main numbers and two Euro numbers and winning the jackpot are 1 in 95,344,200. This means that players are more likely to win the EuroJackpot top prize than EuroMillions, which carries a 1 in 139,838,160 chance of winning the jackpot.

Eurojackpot caps its top prize at €90 million, and if no player can scoop the jackpot at that point then the excess prize revenue generated is allocated to the second winning tier, and both prizes can roll until someone wins the top prize.