EuroMillions offers jackpots worth up to €190 million twice a week, with draws taking place in Paris on Tuesday and Friday nights and players in nine nations across Europe taking part. Big Irish EuroMillions winners include Dolores McNamara of Limerick, who claimed €115.4 million in August 2005. Click the relevant links to find out more about this big-money pan-European lottery.
Find the latest EuroMillions winning numbers and see if you have won one of the 13 prizes on offer in any draw, including the jackpot.
Read about how to take part in EuroMillions, including how many numbers you need to pick and where you can buy tickets.
For an additional fee, your main EuroMillions numbers have another chance to win you up to €500,000 in EuroMillions Plus.
Included in the price of a EuroMillions ticket, the Ireland Only Raffle provides ten prizes of €5,000 in every draw. Read more about it here.
You win EuroMillions prizes by matching anything from just two main balls. Find out more and read about the biggest jackpots in the game's history here.
On occasions throughout the year, everyone who plays EuroMillions across Europe is entered into a draw with multiple €1 million prizes up for grabs.
EuroMillions Superdraws take place from time to time to guarantee fantastic jackpots. Find out how they work and the history of these enhanced draws.
EuroMillions has a jackpot cap of €190 million. Find out how the cap works and what happens when the top prize cannot grow any higher.
Every time you play EuroMillions, you help charitable organisations across Ireland. Read this page to find out about how the funds are distributed.
If you win a EuroMillions prize, this page will tell you how to claim it, whatever the value and however you bought your ticket.
Find out more about Ireland's biggest EuroMillions winners of all time, including Dolores McNamara, who scooped €115.4 million in August 2005.
Read the answers to some of the most commonly-asked questions about this popular big-money, pan-European lottery.
EuroMillions offers a jackpot of at least €17 million, twice a week. Here are some ideas on how to spend your massive lottery prize.