Latest EuroMillions Winning Numbers Table
|15 Oct 2021||21 26 31 34 49 02 05||220.000.000€|
|12 Oct 2021||06 13 22 45 49 10 11||220.000.000€|
|08 Oct 2021||01 10 23 42 46 03 05||202.000.000€|
|05 Oct 2021||11 13 14 36 45 07 09||178.000.000€|
|01 Oct 2021||01 15 19 26 48 06 12||163.000.000€|
|28 Sep 2021||06 07 12 33 39 01 07||143.000.000€|
|24 Sep 2021||02 12 20 27 41 10 12||130.000.000€|
|21 Sep 2021||20 25 26 30 38 02 08||49.000.090€|
|17 Sep 2021||05 07 08 10 34 01 09||39.000.000€|
|14 Sep 2021||12 18 35 38 45 02 08||26.000.000€|
EuroMillions is a lottery game that allows people from participating countries to win large jackpots involving life-changing sums of money that can make their dreams come true.
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EuroMillions is Europe’s biggest lottery, which started in February 2004. Nine countries participate in it – Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, and the UK.
How To Play EuroMillions
According to information available on their website, as well as the National Lottery website, to play EuroMillions, you have to select seven numbers – five main ones (from 1 to 50) and two Lucky Stars (from 1 to 12). You can either choose them yourself, or you can opt for the ‘Lucky Dip,’ which assigns EuroMillions numbers randomly.
The ticket is divided into several lines of numbers, allowing you to submit more than one entry (seven when buying a ticket online and five when buying a ticket at a lottery retailer). You can enter up to eight consecutive draws. After you pay, you will receive your entries, as well as one UK Millionaire Maker code (one for each line of numbers you submitted) if your ticket was purchased in the UK. UK Millionaire Maker is a guaranteed £1,000,000 prize. Other countries have their own equivalents (e.g., in France, they have My Million).
Keep in mind that if you bought your tickets in a National Lottery retailer and you end up winning, you will need the winning one to claim the prize, so keep all of them as safe as possible. You will not be notified about being a winner, which is why you need to check lottery results on your own.
EuroMillions Drawing Schedule
The EuroMillions draws are held twice a week – on Tuesday and Friday at 8.45 p.m. (CET).
EuroMillions Payouts and Odds of Winning
Here’s a short overview of EuroMillions payouts and odds of winning based on the data from their website:
- 1 main number + 2 Lucky Stars – 3,27% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 188
- 2 main numbers – 16,59% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 22
- 2 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star – 10,30% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 49
- 2 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars – 1,30% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 985
- 3 main numbers – 2,70% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 314
- 3 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star – 1,45% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 706
- 3 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars – 0,37% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 14,125
- 4 main numbers – 0,26% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 13,811
- 4 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star – 0,35% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 31,075
- 4 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars – 0,19% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 621,503
- 5 main numbers – 0,61% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 3,107,515
- 5 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star – 2,61% of the prize fund; odds are 1 in 6,991,908
- 5 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars – jackpot, odds are 1 in 139,838,160
The overall odds of getting any combination of winning EuroMillions numbers is 1 in 13.
When Is the EuroMillions Draw?
The EuroMillions draws happen twice a week – on Tuesday and Friday at 8.45 p.m. (CET).
Can I Buy the EuroMillions Ticket Online?
Yes, you can purchase your ticket online on the EuroMillions website – just remember that the latest you can do it is 20 minutes before the draw.
What To Do If I Win the EuroMillions – How To Claim the Prize?
How you will be able to claim the prize if you end up being one of the EuroMillions winners depends on how you purchased your ticket (was it online or at an authorized retailer?) as well as where you did it, as different countries have different rules. For more detailed information, please visit their website.
Keep in mind, though, that the prize can be claimed only in the same country the winning ticket was purchased in, so if you, for example, bought a ticket in the UK, you cannot claim your prize in Belgium or Austria.
How Many Numbers Do You Need To Win EuroMillions?
In order to win the EuroMillions jackpot, you need to correctly pick seven numbers – five main ones and two Lucky Stars.
Has Anyone Ever Won the EuroMillions?
Yes, there have been plenty of winners already. The highest jackpot up to date was in February of 2021 – the winner took home over 210 million euros.
What If No One Wins?
If there is no winner of the EuroMillions jackpot, then the money from it is rolled over to the next draw. However, if the jackpot exceeds 220 million euros and hasn’t been won during four consecutive draws, then the fifth draw is the so-called Must Be Won draw, in which all the prize money needs to be distributed between the winners, even if no one matched five numbers and two Lucky Stars.
What Are the Chances of the Top Prize?
According to EuroMillions’s website, the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 139,838, 160.
What Are the Overall Odds of Winning?
The overall odds of winning any kind of prize in the EuroMillion lottery are 1 in 13.