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Eurojackpot was first drawn in 2012. It is a transnational lottery that attracts millions of players every week, and you can bet on every draw through the Multilotto website. You can play Eurojackpot wherever you are in the world, taking advantage of huge jackpots and favourable odds.
Select 5 numbers between 1-50 and 2 bonus numbers from 1-10. Complete as many entries as you like and click the green ‘Add to cart’ button to complete your transaction. Sit back and wait for the results. The draws take place on Fri 19:00.
Overall, there are 12 prize categories, the jackpot of next draw is €21 Million. The Odds of Winning the Jackpot is 1/95 344 200. It’s safe to say that Eurojackpot has some of the best odds when compared to big-jackpot lotteries.
To receive your FREE Eurojackpot lottery results, sign up for email notifications here. You can also download the free Multilotto app for iPhone, iPad, and Android. Download our apps and gain access to results and information for all lotteries, and check your lottery results, select your lucky numbers, and find draw schedules for the next Eurojackpot draw from the comfort of your mobile!
Hot numbers are the lottery numbers that appear the most, and Eurojackpot's hot numbers are 49,19,14,20,35. Cold numbers are the numbers that appear infrequently. The Eurojackpot lottery cold numbers are 5,37,27,2,48. Overdue numbers are those numbers that haven't recently appeared in consecutive draws. The numbers that are most recently overdue are 41(177 days),38(177 days),28(156 days),6(149 days),40(142 days). Some lotto fans choose them specifically because of this, believing that their reappearance in Eurojackpot results is only a matter of time, while others stay clear.
Eurojackpot was first drawn in 2012. It is a transnational lottery that attracts millions of players every week, and every draw is available through the MultiLotto website. You can play Eurojackpot wherever you are in the world, taking advantage of huge jackpots and big odds to become part of a lottery that has everyone talking.
To play Eurojackpot you need to choose a total of 5 main numbers from 1 to 50 and 2 bonus numbers from 1 to 10. Prizes are paid to players who get a combination of these numbers, with the jackpot paid out to the player or players who get all 7 numbers.
You can choose the numbers yourself or you can opt for a “Quickplay”, which will choose the numbers for you at random.
It costs £2.50 per line to play Eurojackpot on MultiLotto and you can also opt for a jackpot “boost”, which costs £4.50 per line and adds millions of Euros to the prize pool. If you want to increase your potential winnings, this is the best way to do it.
All lines purchased through MultiLotto will be valid for the following draw. If you want to keep playing those lines week after week then you can choose our subscription offer, allowing you to play Eurojackpot every draw for a month or every draw for a year.
There is a maximum jackpot of €90 million on Eurojackpot, which means it cannot go above this amount. If the jackpot reaches €90 million and is still not claimed then all additional funds will be used to increase the size of the other prizes. This is why rollovers generate so much excitement, because the tickets cost the same amount and your chances of winning are the same, but the potential return is much greater across the board.
The maximum jackpot has been reached several times in the past and has come close on several other occasions. However, Eurojackpot odds are very favourable when compared to other major lotteries, so the odds of it rolling over for several weeks in a row are much lower and it is usually won before it can get too high.
There is a minimum jackpot of €10 million on Eurojackpot, which means it will always start at this amount, even if there is not enough money in the prize pool to fund it.
As mentioned above, Eurojackpot has favourable odds, and the odds of a single ticket winning the grand prize are 1 in 95 million. This may sound like a high number, but for a lottery it’s actually very low and is much lower than lotteries like Powerball, Mega Millions and even EuroMillions.For a full list of Eurojackpot odds, see below:
The smallest prize on Eurojackpot is claimed by players who get 2 main numbers and 1 bonus number. There is also a slightly higher prize paid to players who get just 1 main number along with 2 bonus numbers.
Eurojackpot is drawn every Friday night (9pm local time) in the city of Helsinki, Finland. Once claimed, the winning tickets are then verified in Germany and in Denmark. These three countries play a major role in Eurojackpot, with Finland and Germany sharing the vast majority of Eurojackpot winners over the years.
But you don’t need to be German or Finnish to play Eurojackpot and you definitely don’t need to be from these countries to win. Just signup to Eurojackpot, purchase your tickets and play Eurojackpot today.