Players' Guide

£2.50

EuroMillions – dream big

EuroMillions offers extraordinary prizes, including big jackpots, guaranteed UK millionaires every week, and spectacular events.

  • Choose a day to play
  • Choose how many weeks to play for
  • Choose 5 numbers (1-50) and 2 Lucky stars (1-12)
  • Or Lucky Dip® it

Then take it to the counter. Simple.

You can play up to 4 weeks in advance.

What can I win?

What can I win?
Match Estimated Winnings1
5 Main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars Jackpot
5 Main numbers + 1 Lucky Star £130,554.30
5 Main numbers £13,561.20
4 Main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars £844.70
4 Main numbers + 1 Lucky Star £77.80
3 Main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars £37.30
4 Main numbers £25.60
2 Main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars £9.10
3 Main numbers + 1 Lucky Star £7.30
3 Main numbers £6.00
1 Main number + 2 Lucky Stars £4.30
2 Main numbers + 1 Lucky Star £3.60
2 Main numbers £2.50
UK Millionaire Maker Guaranteed Prize £1,000,000

1 Estimated prizes reviewed on 30th April 2020. 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 estimated prize and/or less than the Prize in a lower Prize category. See EuroMillions and UK Millionaire Maker Games Procedures (available at Retailers and on the National Lottery Website) for more information.

EuroMillions and UK Millionaire Maker

This section does not set out the Games Procedures for EuroMillions and UK Millionaire Maker – these are available at Retailers and online at national-lottery.co.uk.

EuroMillions

EuroMillions is a separate game in each participating country, but Prizes are pooled and shared between winning players in all participating countries.

On average, 50% of EuroMillions sales will be available to be paid out in Prizes to players.

For each Draw, Camelot and the EuroMillions Partners currently allocate one Euro and ten cents per EuroMillions entry into a shared prize fund – this is known as the EuroMillions Common Prize Fund. The Common Prize Fund is allocated to each Prize Category in the proportions set out in the table below. A percentage of the EuroMillions Common Prize Fund2 will also be put into a fund which can be used to increase the value of the Jackpot, increase the value of the Prize in any Prize category, and for other promotional purposes (the ‘EuroMillions Reserve Fund’).

Prize table
Prize Categories Approximate Odds of Winning Percentage of EuroMillions Common Prize Fund allocated to Prize Category
5 Main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 1:139,838,160 50% for EuroMillions Draws 1 to 5 inclusive in a roll series and 42% for EuroMillions Draws from Draw number 6 to the last Draw in that roll series3 (plus any rollover money from the previous EuroMillions Draw and/or extra money from the EuroMillions Reserve Fund, subject to the Jackpot cap explained further on)
5 Main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 1:6,991,908 2.61%
5 Main numbers 1:3,107,515 0.61%
4 Main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 1:621,503 0.19%
4 Main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 1:31,076 0.35%
3 Main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 1:14,126 0.37%
4 Main numbers 1:13,812 0.26%
2 Main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 1:986 1.30%
3 Main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 1:707 1.45%
3 Main numbers 1:314 2.70%
1 Main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 1:188 3.27%
2 Main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 1:50 10.30%
2 Main numbers 1:22 16.59%
Any Prize 1:13

2 10% of the Common Prize Fund in EuroMillions Draws 1 to 5 inclusive in a roll series and 18% of the Common Prize Fund in EuroMillions Draws from Draw number 6 to the last Draw in that roll series3 is added to the EuroMillions Reserve Fund.

3 In a EuroMillions Super Draw that has a guaranteed minimum Jackpot amount, the proportion of the Common Prize Fund allocated to the Jackpot category will be 42% for that EuroMillions Draw (with 18% being added to the EuroMillions Reserve Fund). If the Super Draw mechanic is that the Jackpot rolls until won (subject to the Jackpot cap), then the allocation to the Jackpot category will stay at 42% (with 18% going to the EuroMillions Reserve Fund) for the remaining EuroMillions Draws in that roll series.

plus any money rolled down from higher Prize Categories.

Prizes paid will depend on the number of Tickets sold, the number of Entries that match the same numbers, and currency exchange rates. All Prizes will be rounded down to the nearest 10p. For estimated Prizes, see the EuroMillions page on the National Lottery website (www.national-lottery.co.uk).

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 draws, 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 £1.74 = €2.20, Prizes in all categories except the Jackpot category will be reduced. When the Euro value in the exchange rate is above £1.74 = €2.20, Prizes in all categories except the Jackpot category will be increased.

Jackpot cap: As of 1st February 2020, the EuroMillions Jackpot is not allowed to exceed €200 million. If the Jackpot for any EuroMillions Draw reaches this cap, the Jackpot will stay at this amount. Any prize money that would have increased the Jackpot above the level of the Jackpot cap will roll down to the next Prize category in that EuroMillions Draw where there is at least one winner. Once the Jackpot has reached the cap, it can roll four times before it must be won. If the Jackpot is not won in that fourth EuroMillions Draw (which will be the fifth successive EuroMillions Draw at the Jackpot cap), the Jackpot Prize Fund will roll down to the next Prize category where there is at least one winner. After the capped Jackpot has been won or has rolled down in line with the above, the Jackpot cap will increase by €10million. This process will repeat after each time a Jackpot cap is reached and is won or has rolled down, until the maximum Jackpot cap of €250million (two hundred and fifty million Euros) has been reached. If the Jackpot is already at previous cap level of €190million in the draw on 31st January, the €200million cap will only apply to draws after that capped Jackpot has been won or has rolled down in line with the above.

Camelot and the participating countries may also run European Millionaire Maker Draws in which there will be a number of guaranteed Prizes of €1,000,000 (or any other larger amount communicated by Camelot). The Prizes will be available to be won for players who match all of the letters and numbers in the exact order chosen in a European Millionaire Maker Draw and whose Ticket serial number matches the Ticket serial number which Camelot holds for a winning Entry. Camelot will advertise the number of European Millionaire Maker Prizes available to be won before the Draw and may, at its discretion, pay a UK or Isle of Man winner an additional amount so that the total amount payable to the winner is £1,000,000.

Where Camelot considers it reasonable to do so, it may postpone a EuroMillions Draw and a European Millionaire Maker Draw for as long as it considers to be appropriate in the circumstances. In that case (by way of example only, where there has been a significant disruption to the sale of Tickets for the games) Camelot may continue to sell tickets for those Draws beyond the normal Draw break for those Draws.

UK Millionaire Maker

How do I win?

If your Entry matches all of the letters and numbers in the exact order chosen in a UK Millionaire Maker Draw, and your Ticket serial number matches the Ticket serial number which Camelot holds for a winning Entry, you will win a UK Millionaire Maker Prize, subject to the Rules and Games Procedures.

There is one guaranteed winner in each UK Millionaire Maker Draw, which means the odds of winning are one in the total number of Entries for that UK Millionaire Maker Draw (except in a super raffle or in special UK Millionaire Maker Draws that might also offer non-cash prizes).

The table below sets out the approximate odds of winning the UK Millionaire Maker Prize (where only one UK Millionaire Maker Prize is available to be won) in a base Draw (the first draw after the EuroMillions jackpot is won) and when EuroMillions has rolled four times (in each case where there is no European Millionaire Maker Draw).

Prize table
Draw Day/Type Approximate Odds of Winning Prize
Tuesday – EuroMillions base Draw 1:3,570,000 (based on expected sales of 3.57million UK Millionaire Maker entries) £1,000,000
Friday – EuroMillions base Draw 1:5,080,000 (based on expected sales of 5.08million UK Millionaire Maker entries) £1,000,000
Tuesday – EuroMillions 4th Rollover 1:4,770,000 (based on expected sales of 4.77million UK Millionaire Maker entries) £1,000,000
Friday – EuroMillions 4th Rollover 1:6,600,000 (based on expected sales of 6.60million UK Millionaire Maker entries) £1,000,000

A percentage of UK Millionaire Maker sales will be available to pay the UK Millionaire Maker Prize. The current percentage can be found via the EuroMillions page on the National Lottery website (www.national-lottery.co.uk).

Camelot may increase the number of UK Millionaire Maker Prizes that can be won in a UK Millionaire Maker Draw (usually referred to as a 'super raffle') and/or the value of a UK Millionaire Maker Prize.

Camelot may offer non-cash Prizes with a UK Millionaire Maker Prize in special UK Millionaire Maker Draws. Details of any non-cash Prizes (including what they are and when they are available to be won) will be advertised in advance, with further details being set out in the relevant Game Specific Rules which will be available on the National Lottery website (national-lottery.co.uk).

Camelot may also run special draws which players can get entry into via the National Lottery website. Details of any special draws, including when they are being held and the Prize(s) available to be won, will be set out in the applicable Game Specific Rules which will be available on the National Lottery website. Camelot will also advertise these special draws.

As there will be more UK Millionaire Maker Prizes available to be won in a super raffle or in special UK Millionaire Maker Draws, your chances of winning a UK Millionaire Maker Prize will change depending on the number of entries into the UK Millionaire Maker Draw and the number of Prizes available to be won.

Where Camelot considers it reasonable to do so, it may postpone a UK Millionaire Maker Draw for as long as it considers to be appropriate in the circumstances. In that case (by way of example only, where there has been a significant disruption to the sale of Tickets for the games) Camelot may continue to sell tickets for that Draw beyond the normal Draw break for that Draw.

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