Daily Million offers a €1 million jackpot at 2pm and 9pm, every day of the week. There are seven prize tiers in every game, with prizes awarded for matching anything from three main numbers upwards. Each line costs €1, although you can pay an extra €0.50 for entry into Daily Million Plus, a supplementary game in which you enter your numbers into an additional draw with a jackpot of €500,000.
The latest Daily Million results are published shortly after each draw has taken place.
You can play Daily Million online or buy tickets from any authorised lottery retailer across Ireland. Entries bought before 2pm are entered into the 2pm draw, with those purchased afterwards valid for the 9pm draw. You can buy tickets for up to seven consecutive draws, using the Advance Play feature.
Saturday 18th August 2018
As is the case with all lottery prizes in Ireland, Daily Million prizes must be claimed within 90 days of a draw taking place and you can find more details at the claiming prizes page.
Odds of Winning
Daily Million is played by selecting six numbers between 1 and 39 and matching all six to win the top prize of €1 million. The Bonus Ball is drawn from the same pool after the main numbers and increases the prize for those who match it along with three, four or five main balls.
Here are the prize-winning tiers, the prize awarded within each and the odds of winning:
|Numbers Matched||Winnings||Odds of Winning|
|6 Main Numbers||€1,000,000||1 in 3,262,623|
|5 Main Numbers + Bonus||€10,000||1 in 543,771|
|5 Main Numbers||€500||1 in 16,993|
|4 Main Numbers + Bonus||€100||1 in 6,797|
|4 Main Numbers||€25||1 in 439|
|3 Main Numbers + Bonus||€10||1 in 329|
|3 Main Numbers||€3||1 in 33|
Overall odds of winning a prize: 1 in 28. Odds of winning a prize in Daily Million and Daily Millions Plus combined: 1 in 14.
All prize tiers are fixed, but unlike Lotto Plus 1 and Lotto Plus 2, if more than one player matches all six numbers, the jackpot is shared out amongst the winners accordingly. The jackpot does not roll over if there is no winner in a draw.
In the unlikely event that the total winning prize pool rises above €5 million, the prizes will be adjusted down.