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R130,000,000 JACKPOT

499,231 Winners

How to play the EuroJackpot
Playing the EuroJackpot and picking possible winning numbers are easy and straight-forward. Simply buy a ticket from a Local Retailer to stand a chance to win big cash prizes.

Can you play online? Yes!

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Easily check today’s EuroJackpot winning numbers, handy and useful tips.
What is the EuroJackpot?
The EuroJackpot is a multinational European lottery which was launched in March 2012. As of October 13, 2015, the countries participating in the lottery are:


Czech Republic










The Netherlands







The jackpot starts at €10,000,000 and can roll over up to €90,000,000. Playing the Eurojackpot costs €2 per line.
How to play the EuroJackpot?
If players are familiar with either the EuroMillions or the Powerball Lotto which uses two sets of drums, then they will recognize the EuroJackpot format.

Step-by-step guide to playing the lotto and lotto plus games in EuroJackpot.

The EuroJackpot Jackpot Play:
The goal of the EuroJackpot is to match 5 correct numbers out of 50, plus another 2 additional numbers out of another 10.

The odds of winning the jackpot are 1:95,344,200.

There are 12 tiers of prizes for EuroJackpot.

The lottery draw takes place every Friday at 21:00 local time in Helsinki. The evaluation of the winning lottery tickets is done in Germany and Denmark.

The Advantages of Playing EuroJackpot Online

There are many advantages to playing EuroJackpot online.

Keep your tickets safe

Keep an eye on results or a payout

Catch-up on the latest EuroJackpot news

Get an instant payout after the EuroJackpot draw time

Watch the EuroJackpot results live

No need to leave the comfort of your own home.

Simply subscribe.
Just set the subscription in motion, sit back, stay tuned to the EuroJackpot news and results pages, and wait for that lucky day.

How to Check EuroJackpot

Players can check EuroJackpot numbers using a EuroJackpot checker, by simply punching in their numbers and dates it will tell players if they have won any money.
Some Very interesting Statistics:

Every year, an immeasurable amount of lottery tickets goes unclaimed, bringing the combined total of several billion Euros according to experts.

While the EuroJackpot has been won by players from many countries, the vast majority of winners have hailed from Germany and Finland, where this lottery is at its most popular.

Of the top 70 biggest EuroJackpot winners, only 16 have not involved players from Germany or Finland.

Players from Denmark and Norway have been some of the luckiest when you discount following Germany and Finland, but the Czech Republic is up there as well.

Czech players have won two of the biggest EuroJackpot jackpot prizes ever, including a €90 million win that a Czech player claimed in May of 2015.

How to claim your lotto cash prize
If played online, winners can claim their winnings instantly. If played with a physical EuroJackpot ticket, then players will need to visit a licensed vendor and produce the winning ticket.
Good to know tips if you are a lucky winner:

Phone the number on the back of the ticket and follow their instructions.

Don't hand it over to the retailer.

Don't flash the winning ticket. Keep it safe!

Take Note!
EuroJackpot tickets bought abroad before the winning numbers were announced.

Players will need to return to the country of purchase to cash it in.

How is the EuroJackpot Paid?

The EuroJackpot jackpot is released as a cash sum and begins at €10 million, which is the seed amount, and it grows to a maximum of €90 million.

The lottery jackpot can be won by players of all participating nations, including tourists and online players.

History of The EuroJackpot
The EuroJackpot lottery had its start in 2006 in order to compete with the EuroMillions lottery. After the success of EuroMillions, Germany, Finland, Denmark, Slovenia, Italy and the Netherlands met in Amsterdam in November 2011 to complete the negotiations for the EuroJackpot lottery and to begin the roll out in 2012.

First ticket sales began on March 17, 2012

First ever draw took place on March 23, 2012

Spain joined the EuroJackpot from 30 June 2012

On February 1, 2013 Croatia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden joined. The Czech Republic and Hungary joined the EuroJackpot from October 10, 2014 Slovakia from October 9, 2015 and Poland from September 15, 2017.

The gameplay changed on Friday October 10, 2014 with the number of the smaller set, the “Euronumbers”, in the Pacquerette machine increasing from 8 to 10.
The odds of winning the jackpot decreased from 1:59,325,280 to 1 in 95,344,200.
Comparison table for The EuroJackpot
Top 7 highest jackpots paid out for The EuroJackpot
Date of draw
WinnersJackpot size
7 February 2020
14 June 2019
9 February 2018
6 January 2017
14 October 2016
15 May 2015
12 September 2014
12 April 2013
26 October 2012

Highest jackpot paid out to a single person: €90.000.000

Total sum of payouts until today: €6.954.240.770

EuroMillions vs EuroJackpot

The closest Lotto to EuroJackpot is EuroMillions, Europe?s most popular lotto and the market leader in terms of lottery ticket sales. Many lotto players will be much more familiar with the more established EuroMillions.

So how does EuroJackpot stack up when the two are compared side by side? Let’s have a look:

How is EuroJackpot lotto similar to EuroMillions?

Both lotto’s follow a similar format, players try to match the numbers on 5 regular balls out of 50 and 2 special balls to win a prize.

In that EuroJackpot Euro Balls are only numbered from 1 to 10, in EuroMillions star balls are spread out between 1 and 12.

EuroJackpot costs £2.00 per ticket, while EuroMillions is £2.50.

The EuroJackpot and EuroMillions draw both take place on Friday evening, though an hour apart.

Spain is the only country which takes part in both EuroMillions and EuroJackpot lotteries.

How is the EuroJackpot Lottery different to EuroMillions?

The maximum EuroMillions jackpot is worth €190 million (about £161 million & $250 million) while the EuroJackpot top tier prize is €90 million (or just under £77 million & $120 million).

The guaranteed minimum jackpot for EuroMillions is €15 million (about £12 million & $20 million) while it is €10 million (about £8.5 million & $13 million) for EuroJackpot

The chances of hitting the EuroJackpot jackpot are 1 in 95,344,200, the EuroMillions is a little higher, at 1 in 139,838,160.

There are 13 tiers of prizes for EuroMillions and 12 tiers for Euro Jackpot.

Tips for playing The EuroJackpot

Remember – there’s no real way to predict the set of winning numbers as drawings are completely random, but there are tried and tested ways to increase your chance to win.  Previous results have no bearing on future ones.

We will pop in some fun strategies for good measure!

Play the Right Games

There is a selection of lottery games—and they each have different odds of winning.

Read the odds to ensure you're maximizing your chances of winning.

Pick up some scratch cards. Yes, they offer smaller prizes but higher chances of winning overall.

#Strategie 1:

Identifying Hot numbers, Cold numbers, Overdue Numbers

To use the hot, cold, overdue strategy, analyze the results of your chosen lottery – see which numbers have been drawn recently and which haven’t, at least 50 drawings is needed to get a decent sample size.

Hot numbers: Picked most frequently

Cold numbers: drawn less frequently overall.

Overdue numbers: are ones that have not shown up in recent weeks.

Some players claim that creating a set of winning numbers by mixing hot, cold, and overdue numbers gives players an edge.

Don't Miss a Lottery Win!

One MegaMillions lottery ticket worth nearly $300,000 was never claimed!

Keep your ticket somewhere that is safe and easy to find

Make a note of the drawing date and time in your calendar

Check and Double-check the numbers against your ticket

Use a lottery app to keep track

#Strategie 2:

Pick Traditional Lucky Numbers

According to a poll run by mathematician Alex Bellos, seven is not surprisingly the most popular lucky number in the world.

Seven days of the week, seven wonders of the world, seven continents, seven seas, and the list goes on.

Other traditional lucky numbers include three (as in “good things come in threes”) and four.

Play Second-Chance Games (Where Possible)

Many lotteries offer second-chance drawings on non-winning tickets giving players a bonus chance to be a winner.
#Strategie 3:

Pick Traditional Lucky Numbers

Pick numbers that have a personal meaning to you. For example, birthdays, a wedding anniversary, or the birthdays of kids and/or grandkids. Apart from dates consider the number of kids you have or the house number of your childhood home – whatever feels lucky to you. Just a little note on this play, when it comes to picking lottery numbers, dates are just as popular and many people will play them. On the other hand, dates often show up among the most popular lottery numbers!

Take Steps to Secure Winning Lottery Tickets

Sign it! Your signature on the back of a lottery ticket can help you prove that it is indeed yours if it gets lost or stolen.
#Strategie 4:
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If your country is among the countries participating in the EuroJackpot than playing via your local convenient store is easy, however if you are based in the UK you do not have this facility. However, you can now bet on EuroJackpot online from anywhere in the world with Lottoland, the fastest growing independent international lottery provider in the world. People from all over the world can choose their EuroJackpot numbers online and try to win one of the many prizes on offer in every draw.
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