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EuroMillions

EuroMillions offers jackpots worth up to €220 million twice a week, with draws taking place in Paris on Tuesday and Friday nights and players in nine nations across Europe taking part.

In February 2019, a lucky ticket holder from Co Dublin won the biggest lottery prize ever seen in Ireland, when they hit a jackpot worth €175 million.

Jackpots start at a base level of €17 million and increase between draws when there are no top prize winners. Follow the relevant links below to find out more about this big-money European lottery.


Tonight's EuroMillions Jackpot:
€17 Million!

Win millions online and in-store

Piggy Bank

You can play EuroMillions in stores or online for a chance at nine-figure prizes. Whichever method of entry you use to play, you just need to choose five numbers between 1 and 50 and two Lucky Stars between 1 and 12. Match as many of them as possible with the winning line to land a prize.

Match the Lucky Stars to unlock big prizes

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You can win a prize in EuroMillions just for matching two main numbers, but to unlock the biggest prizes you'll need to match one or both of your Lucky Stars. There are 13 different prize categories in all, so there are many different ways that you can win.

Jackpots worth up to €220 million

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EuroMillions is one of Europe’s most popular lotteries for one good reason: the huge jackpots. Starting at €17 million, the EuroMillions jackpot rolls over every time it is not won and it can reach a maximum of €220 million. There are also many other prizes available in every draw, and they start for matching just two numbers.

Free 'Ireland Only Raffle' Entry With Every Ticket

Free Tag

The Ireland Only Raffle is a supplementary game available exclusively to EuroMillions players in Ireland. The raffle offers prizes worth €5,000 twice a week. Special versions of the raffle, in which an extra €1 million is added to the prize pool, take place occasionally throughout the year. The best thing about the raffle is that entry is included in the cost of a EuroMillions ticket.

More chances to win with EuroMillions Plus

Plus

Add EuroMillions Plus to your ticket for an extra €1 and the numbers you pick will be entered into a second draw, in which you can win prizes worth up to €500,000. You don’t need to pick a separate set of numbers as the ones you chose for the main draw will be entered into the EuroMillions Plus draw.

Win €1 Million With EuroMillionaires Raffle Draw

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If all the prizes offered in the main EuroMillions draw, EuroMillions Plus, and the Ireland Only Raffle aren’t enough, the EuroMillionaires Raffle gives you another chance to win €1 million. The raffle is open to players from all participating EuroMillions countries and to date has given away a total of €50 million in prize money.

Big Money Superdraws

EuroMillions Superdraws take place from time to time to guarantee incredible jackpots over €100 million. If nobody wins the jackpot on the night, the top prize rolls over to the following draw at an even higher amount.

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Check your Tickets

You have 90 days from the date of a draw to claim any prizes, so be sure to use the automatic Ticket Checker regularly to be notified of any wins from your ticket(s). You can also check multiple lines at the same time.

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Irish Jackpot Winners

Find out more about Ireland's biggest EuroMillions winners of all time, from Dolores McNamara to the whopping €175 million jackpot won by a family syndicate in February 2019.

Biggest Irish Winners
Frequently Asked Questions

Read the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Europe's big money lottery, EuroMillions.

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Generate Random Numbers

If you prefer not to select your own numbers, you can generate multiple sets of random EuroMillions numbers here.

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Comprehensive Statistics

Check back after each draw to see up-to-date comprehensive EuroMillions statistics, including the most and least common numbers drawn.

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