EuroMillions has 13 different prize tiers, with the lowest payout awarded for matching two main numbers and the highest given to any player who can match all the numbers drawn to win the jackpot. Jackpot amounts start at €17 million, but can quickly increase to as much as €190 million with rollovers.

Details on the odds of winning in each prize tier are shown in the table below:

Match Odds of Winning Estimated Prize Fund
5 + 2 1 in 139,838,160 43.20%
5 + 1 1 in 6,991,908 3.95%
5 + 0 1 in 3,107,515 0.92%
4 + 2 1 in 621,503 0.45%
4 + 1 1 in 31,076 0.48%
3 + 2 1 in 14,126 0.67%
4 + 0 1 in 13,812 0.38%
2 + 2 1 in 986 1.75%
3 + 1 1 in 707 1.85%
3 + 0 1 in 314 3.50%
1 + 2 1 in 188 4.95%
2 + 1 1 in 50 14.85%
2 + 0 1 in 22 18.25%

To find information on prize breakdowns for recent draws, please visit the EuroMillions Results page.

Additional Draws

Most EuroMillions nations offer their own additional draws alongside the main game. Take a look at the extra prizes available around the continent on a regular basis.

UK – Millionaire Maker

Two UK players win £1 million each in every standard draw by matching the code generated when they play a line in the main game with one of the two drawn. Occasionally, special draws create more millionaires on one night, and the cash is sometimes supplemented by a luxury experience, such as a VIP tour of Japan or lavish safari trip to South Africa.

Ireland – EuroMillions Plus and Ireland Only Raffle

Every Irish EuroMillions player is automatically entered into the Ireland Only Raffle, with ten ticket holders winning €5,000 in every draw.

You can enter EuroMillions Plus by paying an additional fee. The main numbers you choose for the EuroMillions draw are then entered into the separate Plus draw, offering a chance to win up to €500,000. Here are the EuroMillions Plus prize tiers:

Winning Combinations Prize Odds
Match 5 €500,000 1 in 2,118,760
Match 4 €2,000 1 in 9,417
Match 3 €20 1 in 214

France – My Million

French ticket holders enter My Million simply by playing a EuroMillions line. A unique code is generated on their ticket, with one player winning €1 million in each regular draw. From time to time, there are multiple My Million prizes to play for in a draw.

Spain – El Millón

Ticket holders in Spain receive an entry into that week’s El Millón draw with every EuroMillions line they play for either the Tuesday or Friday draw. The raffle takes place on Friday nights, with one player winning €1 million. There are also occasional El Millón Plus draws, in which the number of prizes on offer is increased.

Portugal - M1lhão

M1lhão works in the same way as El Millón, with one prize of €1 million on offer each week. The Portuguese lottery also sometimes increases the number of prizes available in a single draw.

Switzerland – Super-Star and 2 Chance

Swiss players can play Super-Star in addition to EuroMillions and win prizes worth up to CHF250,000 by matching a five-digit code with the one drawn. There are 11 prize tiers in total, with prizes based on the number of tickets sold and the amount of winners in each tier. However, the jackpot is a fixed sum. Here are the prizes on offer:

Match Expected Prize
All five digits in the right order CHF250,000 (fixed)
The first two and the last two digits CHF5,000
The first three digits and the last digit CHF2,000
The first digit and the last three digits CHF2,000
The first four or the last four digits CHF1,000
The first two digits and the last digit CHF275
The first digit and the last two digits CHF275
The first three or last three digits CHF50 (maximum prize)
The first and last digits CHF20
The first two or the last two digits CHF10
The first or last digit CHF4

2 Chance works like EuroMillions Plus, with players’ main numbers having another opportunity to win in an additional draw. The jackpot, for matching all five balls, is around CHF150,000. Here are the prize tiers and odds of winning:

Match Estimated Prize Odds of Winning
5 numbers CHF150,000 1 in 2,118,760
4 numbers CHF700* 1 in 9,417
3 numbers CHF25 1 in 214

*Maximum prize of CHF950

In addition, Luxembourg offers Joker and Extra Lux draws, Belgian players can play Joker and My Bonus, and Austria has its own Joker game too.

European Millionaire Maker

As part of changes to EuroMillions made in September 2016, the European Millionaire Maker game was introduced. Much like UK Millionaire Maker or My Million, the raffle is designed to guarantee a certain number of prize winners in one night. Players will receive a randomly-generated code for every EuroMillions ticket they buy, with the first letter of the code representing the country where the entry was purchased.

EuroMillions Superdraws

Superdraws are held occasionally throughout the year and offer huge jackpots, regardless of the value of the top prize in the previous draw. The jackpot rolls over if no one wins on the night and will continue to do so until at least one ticket matches all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars or it reaches the jackpot cap of €190 million.

Jackpot Cap

EuroMillions jackpots can only rise up to €190 million. After this point, the jackpot cannot rollover any further and additional funds typically used to increase the next draw's jackpot are instead rolled down to the lower prize tiers. This can help to boost the prize pool for 'Match 5 + 1' winners.

The jackpot can remain at the cap value for up to five draws. If noone matches all five main numbers and the two Lucky Stars in the fifth draw, then the jackpot will be split equally among all winners in the next highest prize tier.