There is a minimum guaranteed jackpot for every draw of €17 and this can roll over up to a figure of €190 million.


EuroMillions Results

Tuesday 18th December 18

There was no winner of the EuroMillions Jackpot.

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Number of WinnersPrize TypePrize Per WinnerPrize Fund Total

Past EuroMillions Results

You can use bellow table to find last 10 EuroMillions Results

Draw DateResultsJackpot
Tuesday 2018-12-181918394857


Friday 2018-12-141229384244212


Tuesday 2018-12-114713234213


Friday 2018-12-071117263748110


Tuesday 2018-12-04192021424589


Friday 2018-11-30310122326112


Tuesday 2018-11-27416171832211


Friday 2018-11-2358252630310


Tuesday 2018-11-20619394548712


Friday 2018-11-16910132841112


The latest results are available here after each draw has taken place in Paris, check to see if your numbers have won along with prize breakdowns.

UK Millionaire Maker

The UK Millionaire Maker guarantees that at least two players from the UK will win £1 million in each draw, with a total of 4 per week.

How do you win?

To win the UK Millionaire Maker you will need to match the entire nine digit code, made up of four letters and five numbers.

EuroMillions Plus

EuroMillions Plus was launched for the Irish market and features a top prize of €500’000 each week.

All that you need to know about EuroMillions

EuroMillions is an intra-European lottery event founded by Spain, France and Britain. It was later joined by nine other European countries – Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Portugal and Luxembourg in 2004 which lead to a massive increase in the prize money pool.
The biggest EuroMillions jackpot comes with a maximum cap of €190 million.

EuroMillions – the basic gameplay

To play EuroMillions lotto, each player has to pick 5 main numbers (between 1 and 50) and 2 extra lucky numbers (between 1 and 12). You can either decide your luck by picking the numbers for yourself or brace yourself for a surprise by using the “Quick Pick” feature to randomly pick the draw numbers. The main numbers and the lucky numbers are drawn from a separate set of balls.

Entering the lottery – few easy steps

You can purchase the tickets online, as well as offline. You can buy offline tickets from licensed EuroMillions dealers; however, it is better to buy online tickets as there is always a risk of losing the physical ticket.
All you have to do is fill in your details in the EuroMillions player ticket with the numbers you want to pick and the number of draws you would like to take part in. More the number of draws, higher are your chances of getting exciting discounts!

Hit the EuroMillions jackpot – useful tips and tricks

EuroMillions is a game of luck and fortune only. It’s all about choosing the right numbers and making your dreams come true.

Here are some useful tips and tricks to help you beat the odds and hit the jackpot:

Birthdates and anniversaries hold a special place in your heart, but this is the time to play smart. According to sentiment analysis, it has been concluded that majority of players choose important dates as their jackpot number which limits the choices to numbers below 31. Think out of the box and don’t limit yourself to the special dates. The lottery numbers can be 45, 38 or 50 also.
Avoid choosing patterns like 1, 3, 5, 7 or 2, 4, 6, 8 if you don’t wish to share your fortune with other players. A lot of people may be thinking like you.
Pick numbers that are completely random. Quick pick is the best option.
Mix up odds and evens.
Based on the data till 2018, in the main numbers pool, 17 and 20 have the highest selection frequency while 16 and 18 have the lowest.
In the lucky numbers pool, 3 and 9 have the highest selection frequency while 6 has the lowest.
There are other smart strategies like Systematic Entries and the Pyramid Plan that can help you pick the perfect numbers.

EuroMillions results

Once the EuroMillions draw takes place, the results are readily available for the players to see. The results are revealed immediately after the event is over.
If you are a winner, you will be notified by an email or text message. In most cases, the amount is directly credit to your account.
If there is no winner, the jackpot money rolls over to the next draw. While there is no set limit to the number of rollovers which can take place, the EuroMillions jackpot is capped at €190 million. Any more rollovers become “roll-downs” where any amount that exceeds that €190 million figure is then added to the second-tier prize.

If you’ve dreamt of owning big houses and living a lavish lifestyle, then why not try your luck at the EuroMillions? Come on, don’t sit there thinking. It’s your time to let your luck do the talking.