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 Games

UK players who buy a ticket for the main game also receive an entry into the supplementary Millionaire Maker raffle, which gives them a chance to win one of two prizes of £1 million. In the EuroMillions draws held in the last full week of every month, multiple Millionaire Maker prizes, as well as non-cash prizes such as holidays or luxury items, are offered as part of the Mega Week promotion.

French EuroMillions participants are automatically entered into a game called My Million whenever they buy a ticket. The game is similar to Millionaire Maker and guarantees that at least one French player will win €1 million in every EuroMillions draw.

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.