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How Do You Bet on EuroJackpot

How Do You Bet on EuroJackpot?

EuroJackpot is one of Europe’s biggest lotteries, and betting online for the chance to win it is easy! When you place a bet on the outcome of the EuroJackpot draw, you'll be playing with the same game rules, for same amazing prizes! Pick your five main numbers between 1 and 50 and the two additional Euro Numbers. You can choose your numbers manually or generate a set of random numbers with the Quick Pick option. If your numbers match a EuroJackpot prize, you can claim the corresponding winnings! You can learn more about playing the lottery online here.

EuroJackpot draws are staged on Fridays at 19:00 GMT. Want more? Check out all our other options for playing world lotto draws at Lotto Simple.

 
 
How Do You Win EuroJackpot Online

How Do You Win EuroJackpot Prizes Online?

Placing a EuroJackpot bet on the draw is fun, but how do you win prizes? To win the EuroJackpot lottery jackpot, you need to match all five numbers plus the two additional Euro Numbers. The EuroJackpot top prize starts at €10 million and can grow until it reaches the cap. Even if you don’t match the jackpot, you can still win from the lottery’s 11 additional prize divisions if you have a partial match.

When you play EuroJackpot online, winning a prize is determined in the same way as it would in a regular draw. If the numbers you selected match a EuroJackpot prize category, you can claim a prize equivalent to that awarded by the official EuroJackpot lottery in the same prize tier!

Check the latest EuroJackpot results to see if you are a winner! 

 
 
How Much Can You Win Betting on EuroJackpot

How Much Can You Win Playing EuroJackpot?

EuroJackpot is considered the biggest European lottery, as tickets are sold in 18 different countries across the continent. The lottery’s jackpot starts at €10 million and can grow with each rollover until it reaches the impressive €90 million jackpot cap. Once this is reached, all excess prize money rolls down to winning tickets in the next highest prize division. This means that you have a chance at reaching millionaire status without even matching all of the winning numbers!

While the biggest the jackpot can get is €90 million, the EuroJackpot record stands at €92 million after a 50-player Finnish syndicate claimed the top prize and several secondary prizes that boosted their prize by €2 million in August 2013.

Play EuroJackpot online today for a chance to win huge prizes from Europe's biggest lottery!

What are the differences between EuroJackpot and EuroMillions?

What Are the Differences Between EuroJackpot and EuroMillions?

EuroJackpot and EuroMillions are both lotteries with participants in several different European countries. EuroJackpot was launched in 2011, 7 years after EuroMillions, but has since expanded to a total of 18 different countries. EuroMillions is played in only 9 countries. The EuroJackpot draws take place in Helsinki, Finland, and EuroMillions draws are staged in Paris, France.

The main differences in the play format between these lotteries are:

  • In both lotteries, the range for the main numbers is 1-50, however the 2 additional numbers in EuroJackpot are chosen from a range between 1 and 10, and the extra numbers in EuroMillions are chosen from a range between 1 and 12.
  • The winning odds for the jackpot are better in EuroJackpot than in EuroMillions; 1:95 million vs. 1:139 million.
  • After the jackpot is won in EuroJackpot, it resets to €10 million. After the EuroMillions jackpot is won, it resets to €17 million.
  • In EuroJackpot the highest possible jackpot amounts to €90 million while EuroMillions can grow all the way to €220 million
  • EuroJackpot is drawn once a week on Fridays, while EuroMillions draws twice (Tuesdays and Fridays).
  • EuroJackpot has no additional raffles, special draws, or events like EuroMillions.