EuroMillions – Become a EuroMillionaire
The biggest jackpots every Tuesday and Friday plus a guaranteed £1 million prize for a UK player every draw in the UK Millionaire Raffle. You will be automatically entered into the UK Millionaire Raffle with your National Lottery EuroMillions ticket.
How much does it cost?
- £2 per board, per draw
How do I play EuroMillions?
- Choose a day to play
- Choose 5 numbers (1 to 50)
- Choose 2 Lucky Star numbers (1 to 11)
- Or ask for a Lucky Dip®
- Choose to play up to 4 weeks in advance
What could I win?
This section does not set out the Games Procedures for EuroMillions and Millionaire Raffle – please see the separate EuroMillions and Millionaire Raffle Games Procedures available at Retailers and online at www.national-lottery.co.uk.
|5 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||Jackpot|
|5 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star||£211,823.60|
|5 main numbers||£35,303.90|
|4 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||£2,824.30|
|4 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star||£137.20|
|4 main numbers||£68.60|
|3 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||£40.10|
|2 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||£12.80|
|3 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star||£9.80|
|3 main numbers||£8.20|
|1 main number + 2 Lucky Stars||£6.90|
|2 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star||£5.40|
|2 main numbers||£2.70|
All prizes will be rounded down to the nearest 10p. On average, 50% of EuroMillions sales will be available to be paid out in Prizes to players (the 'Prize Fund'). For each Draw, 8.6% of the Prize Fund will be put into a fund to supplement future jackpots.
50% of Millionaire Raffle sales will be available to pay the Millionaire Raffle Prize. Camelot may increase the number of Millionaire Raffle prizes that can be won in a Millionaire Raffle Draw – usually referred to as a 'Super Raffle'.
When are the draws?
- Tuesday – watch exclusively online.
- Friday - BBC One from 23.35–23:40*
*Draw broadcast times are subject to change.
ΔActual prizes will vary each draw, depending on how many tickets are sold, how many entries match the same numbers, and currency exchange rates. If there are more winners than expected in a prize category, the prize for that category may be less than the prize in a lower prize category. In certain circumstances, if there is no jackpot winner, some or all of the jackpot may roll down to the next winning prize category.
The jackpot is calculated based on the Euro/Sterling exchange rate and is met from the prize fund before the Sterling value of the other prize categories is calculated. This means that the share of the prize fund allocated to all prize categories (except the jackpot category) varies each week depending on the Euro/Sterling exchange rate. When the Euro value in the exchange rate is below £1.50 = €2.00, prizes in all categories except the jackpot category will be reduced. When the Euro value in the exchange rate is above £1.50 = €2.00, prizes in all categories except the jackpot category will be increased.