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EuroDreams is a new lottery that gives fans in Ireland the chance to win huge jackpots that are paid out over years, rather than all at once. The first draw took place on 6th November, 2023

Draw days are Monday and Thursday, with all the countries that participate in EuroMillions also taking part except the UK - France, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland and Luxembourg. It is the first annuity lottery to ever be offered in Ireland.

EuroMillions will still continue to offer massive jackpots - EuroDreams is a separate game.

Be sure to check the latest EuroDreams results as soon as the draws have taken place.

How to Play

To play EuroDreams, pick six numbers from 1 to 40 and a Dream Number from 1 to 5. You can choose your own numbers or get a random Quick Pick.

The game is available online or at Irish Lottery retail agents. It costs €2.50 per line, and you also have the option to play up to eight consecutive draws.

Ticket sales close at 7:30pm, with the draw taking place in Paris around half an hour later.

To find out more about Europe's new annuity lottery, visit

EuroDreams Prizes

The big difference with EuroDreams to any other game currently available in Ireland is the prize structure. There are multiple ways to win prizes, but the top two levels will award players with monthly payouts instead of all at once.

Match all six main numbers and the Dream Number and you win €20,000 a month for 30 years. Get all six main numbers without the Dream Number and you win €2,000 a month for five years.

The table below shows all the different ways to win, along with the odds for each category.

Prize Category Odds of Winning Prize
Match 6 + Dream Number 1 in 19,191,900 €20,000 a month for 30 years
Match 6 1 in 4,797,975 €2,000 a month for 5 years
Match 5 1 in 18,815.59 Estimated €103.49 (2.13% of prize fund)
Match 4 1 in 456.14 Estimated €40.48 (34.24% of prize fund)
Match 3 1 in 32.07 Estimated €5.29 (63.63%)
Match 2 1 in 5.52 €2.50
The overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 4.66

In each draw, 45.21% of the prize fund is allocated to a Reserve Fund. This is used to pay out winners in the top two tiers.

The percentages shown for the remaining prize tiers refers to how much they get after the Reserve Fund has received its allocation, and the Match 2 winners have received their fixed prize of €2.50.

The first prize tier has a maximum amount of €21.6 million per draw. This means a maximum of three winners. In case there are more than three winners, the total amount will be divided by the number of winners in that prize tier. Each winner will receive their winnings in a one-time payment.

For the second prize tier, the maximum prize fund will be €1.44 million per draw, meaning a maximum of 12 winners. If more than 12 winners match six numbers, the amount will be divided equally between them. They will receive the prize as a single payment.