EuroMillions

One of the biggest lotteries in the world, EuroMillions uses its nine-nation player pool to offer jackpots that are regularly worth more than £100 million. Draws take place every Tuesday and Friday night. Find out the latest results for Monday as soon as the numbers are revealed, and see the jackpot amount for the next draw.

Latest EuroMillions Results

Tue 28 May 2024
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UK Millionaire Maker: MCFL72403

Jackpot Rollover

Machine used: 13

Ball set used: 20

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Prize breakdown - UK Only

Match 2 Balls 195,838 winners £3.40
Match 2 + 1 Star Balls 91,825 winners £4.20
Match 1 + 2 Stars Balls 23,948 winners £5.10
Match 3 Balls 12,567 winners £8.60
Match 3 + 1 Star Balls 5,811 winners £9.30
Match 2 + 2 Stars Balls 4,238 winners £11.50
Match 4 Balls 290 winners £38.30
Match 3 + 2 Stars Balls 298 winners £52.00
Match 4 + 1 Star Balls 131 winners £93.40
Match 4 + 2 Stars Balls 7 winners £1,734.70
Match 5 Balls 5 winners £6,961.80
Match 5 + 1 Star Balls 1 winner £178,725.70
Match 5 + 2 Stars Balls No winners £40,682,863.00

Friday's estimated EuroMillions jackpot:

£52,000,000

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EuroMillions Tickets

You can buy EuroMillions tickets from retailers in nine participating countries – the UK, Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland and Luxembourg.

Another option is to take part online, which is more convenient and keeps your numbers safer as there is not a paper ticket to look after.

When you buy a ticket in the UK, you are also entered automatically into the Millionaire Maker raffle and get another chance to win £1 million.

About EuroMillions

EuroMillions is Europe’s big jackpot game, with a top prize that starts at €17 million (approximately £15 million) and rolls over every time it is not won.

The jackpot can keep growing until it reaches €250 million, at which point it is capped and any additional funds are diverted to the next-highest prize tier in which there are winners. The jackpot can stay at its maximum of €250 million for four draws, but if it is still not won in the following draw (the fifth at the €250 million jackpot cap) then the full amount will roll down and be shared amongst winners in the next prize tier.

The record for the largest jackpot won was set on Friday 8th December 2023, when a Austrian ticket holder landed €240 million.

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Regular Superdraws

Superdraws, or Super Jackpot events, take place a few times a year to generate even more excitement among EuroMillions players. Taking money from the Reserve Fund, the jackpot is increased to a set amount (usually €130 million) regardless of whether it is much lower in the preceding draw, or even if it has just been won. The jackpot can then grow from there, setting the platform for some of the biggest wins of all time.

Other events are also scheduled from time to time, such as European Millionaire Maker raffles. These are effectively Euro raffles, where a number of millionaires are guaranteed to be created across the continent.

How to Play EuroMillions in 3 Easy Steps

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Step 1:
Pick your numbers

To play EuroMillions, you must select seven numbers – five between 1 and 50 and two Lucky Stars between 1 and 12.

You can either choose your own numbers, or select a Lucky Dip and get the computer to generate a set at random. It’s up to you how many lines to play.

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Step 2:
Decide on your draws

Mark on the playslip, or tell the retailer, whether you want to enter the next Tuesday draw, Friday draw, or both.

If you want to play more draws, you can enter your numbers into two, three or four consecutive weeks. You can even set up to play continuously and never miss a draw.

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Step 3:
Purchase your tickets

It costs £2.50 per entry to play EuroMillions in the UK. If you’ve played multiple draws, or multiple sets of numbers, the price will increase accordingly.

Keep your ticket safe until you have checked it. If you played online, your numbers will be checked automatically and you will be notified of any wins.

EuroMillions Prizes

There are 13 different ways to win EuroMillions prizes, from matching just two numbers right up to the jackpot for matching all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars. The prize amounts vary from draw to draw, as a percentage of the prize fund is allocated to each category.

See the following table to find out how much of the prize fund goes to each tier. You can also view the odds of winning in each category.

Numbers Matched % of Prize Fund Allocated Odds of Winning
5/5 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 50%* 1 in 139,838,160
5/5 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 2.61% 1 in 6,991,908
5/5 main numbers 0.61% 1 in 3,107,515
4/5 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 0.19% 1 in 621,503
4/5 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 0.35% 1 in 31,075
3/5 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 0.37% 1 in 14,125
4/5 main numbers 0.26% 1 in 13,811
2/5 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 1.30% 1 in 985
3/5 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 1.45% 1 in 706
3/5 main numbers 2.70% 1 in 314
1/5 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 3.27% 1 in 188
2/5 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 10.30% 1 in 49
2/5 main numbers 16.59% 1 in 22
The approximate overall odds of winning a EuroMillions prize are 1 in 13

*10% of the prize fund also goes to the Reserve Fund in every draw. Once there have been five consecutive rollovers, the 50% allocation for the jackpot is adjusted down to 42%, and the allocation for the Reserve Fund is increased to 18%. This continues until the jackpot is won.

Millionaire Maker

The Millionaire Maker is a UK raffle that gives all EuroMillions players in the UK the chance to win £1 million in every draw. Players receive one unique Millionaire Maker code on their ticket for every line of numbers they purchase for the main draw. One winning code is selected at random on the night of each draw, and whoever has the matching code on their ticket wins £1 million. Entry to Millionaire Maker is included in the cost of entry for the main EuroMillions draw.

The estimated odds of winning Millionaire Maker fluctuate depending on how many entries there are in a given draw, as one code is entered into the raffle for every line sold. The more players there are, the more codes there are in the raffle. Tuesday draws tend to attract fewer players so the odds of winning are better than in Friday draws. More people tend to take part in EuroMillions as the jackpot increases in value, so these odds will change accordingly.

The UK National Lottery occasionally holds special draws when multiple prizes of £1 million are given away instead of the usual one.

Frequently Asked EuroMillions Questions

When is the next EuroMillions draw?

EuroMillions draws are held every Tuesday and Friday night at approximately 8:00pm. The next draw will take place on Friday 31st May.

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What time do ticket sales close?

The deadline for purchasing tickets is 7:30pm on draw nights.

How much is the next EuroMillions jackpot?

The EuroMillions jackpot for the next draw is an estimated £52,000,000.

What do you get for three numbers on EuroMillions?

You win a prize for matching three main numbers on EuroMillions. You also win if you match one main number and two Lucky Stars, or 2 numbers + 1 Lucky Star. The amount will always be a bit different because a percentage of the prize fund is allocated to each tier, and then this money is split equally between winners in that category. The prize for matching three numbers in the last draw was £3.40.

Where can I find statistics to help me choose my EuroMillions numbers?

If you want to find various statistics for EuroMillions, such as which numbers are chosen the most, which are the most overdue, and which are the most common pairs, then you can use Lottonumbers.com who take all the stats from every draw and put them in easy to read tables.