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For the first time ever, lottery fans in Ireland will soon have the chance to win huge jackpots that are paid out over years, rather than all at once, when a new game called EuroDreams is introduced.

Launching in all countries that offer EuroMillions, the new EuroDreams game is set to kick off with its first draw on 6th November. Draw days will be Mondays and Thursdays.

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

How to Play

The full details have yet to be released for how EuroDreams will work, but tickets could go on sale before the end of October. It has been announced that it will cost €2.50 per play.

You will be able to pick your own numbers or get a Quick Pick if you would prefer a random set, and the aim of the game will be to match as many of the winning numbers as possible.

EuroDreams Prizes

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

For example, if you match all the numbers and win the jackpot, you will receive a guaranteed amount - expected to be €20,000 - every month for a number of years.

With annuity lotteries such as EuroDreams, you receive the full prize even if there is more than one winner - unlike EuroMillions, where the jackpot is split between winners.

About EuroDreams

EuroDreams is designed to appeal to a new audience who want to win their dreams and have financial security for life, by offering a jackpot that gets paid in monthly instalments.

Lottery operators in each country have decided to launch the new collective game, and more information will be published here as soon as it is available.