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What is EuroMillions?
EuroMillions is the game with the kind of jackpots that will make you fabulously wealthy. Play for the chance to live the kind of lifestyle usually reserved for the rich and famous. The EuroMillions draw takes place every Tuesday and Friday.
How much does a EuroMillions ticket cost?
A EuroMillions ticket costs £2.50 and includes automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker draw, which creates new UK millionaires every week, guaranteed!
What is the UK Millionaire Maker draw?
Every time you buy a EuroMillions ticket you’re automatically entered into the UK Millionaire Maker game. It’s another chance to win a prize when you play EuroMillions and creates 2 guaranteed UK millionaires every week, with £1Million prizes.
Look out for our exciting UK-only special event draws when multiple UK millionaires are guaranteed! Draws you definitely won’t want to miss!
Unmissable EuroMillions events
Look out for spectacular EuroMillions events throughout the year. There are eye-popping Jackpot Events with colossal jackpots up for grabs. Watch out for UK-only events too, with multiple £1Million winners – sometimes also winning a luxury lifestyle experience, usually 5-star stays in amazing locations. And don’t miss our special European Millionaire Maker draws, when multiple millionaires are created across Europe.
Pop back and visit the website for news of these must-play events.
How to play EuroMillions
1. Simply select five numbers from 1-50 and two Lucky Star numbers from 1-12, or pick Lucky Dip® for a random selection. You also get an automatic UK Millionaire Maker entry with every line of numbers you play. You can play up to 7 lines of numbers on each play slip and buy up to 10 play slips at a time.
2. Choose the draws and weeks you'd like to play – you can play up to 4 weeks in advance or continuously by Direct Debit.
Play EuroMillions online every day from 8am (sometimes earlier) until 11.00pm. Remember that EuroMillions ticket sales close at 7.30pm on Tuesdays and Fridays for that evening's draw. Tickets are available again from 9pm – all tickets purchased after this time will be entered into the next draw.
If you want to make sure you're always in the EuroMillions draw, play by Direct Debit.
You can also increase your chances of winning and share the excitement of playing EuroMillions by starting a syndicate.
EuroMillions prize breakdown
Match 5 main numbers and 2 Lucky Stars to win the jackpot. If there's more than one jackpot winner, the prize will be shared between all the jackpot winners. Plus, match the UK Millionaire Maker code to win £1,000,000. It is possible to win both the jackpot and the UK Millionaire Maker on the same ticket.
|5 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||Jackpot|
|5 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star||£190,018.80|
|5 Main Numbers||£19,670.00|
|4 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||£1,924.20|
|4 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star||£102.60|
|3 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||£65.10|
|4 Main Numbers||£36.10|
|2 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||£11.80|
|3 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star||£8.90|
|3 Main Numbers||£7.50|
|1 Main Number + 2 Lucky Stars||£6.30|
|2 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star||£5.00|
|2 Main Numbers||£2.70|
1 Prizes are estimated based on expected sales and number of winners, and currency exchange rates as at 6th June 2019. Actual Prizes will vary each draw, depending on currency exchange rates, how many tickets are sold and how many entries match the same numbers. 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.
For more information about playing EuroMillions and UK Millionaire Maker online, see the EuroMillions and UK Millionaire Maker Game Procedures.
How big can the EuroMillions jackpot get?
The jackpot can rise to €190 million (approximately £167 million based on latest exchange rate).
If it reaches this level, it will be capped - if the jackpot is not won, any additional money in the jackpot prize fund over and above €190 million will roll down to boost the prize money at the next highest tier where there are winners (most likely the 5+1 tier). This can happen four times before the €190 million must be won.
If this happens and the jackpot is still not won, the entire €190 million - plus any additional money in the jackpot prize fund over and above this amount - would roll down to the next highest tier where there are winners (most likely the 5+1 tier).