Next EuroMillions Draw
Tuesday 9th August, 2022 £33,000,000

EuroMillions is one of the biggest lotteries in the world, as players from across nine different countries take part together to generate gigantic jackpots. The game was launched in February 2004 in the United Kingdom, France and Spain, before Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland joined the EuroMillions family in October 2004. The top prize starts at a minimum of €17 million (approximately £15 million depending on the exchange rate), and can grow as large as €240 million.

EuroMillions Results - Friday 5th August 2022

3 29 33 35 44 8 10
Millionaire Maker Result:
Category: Winners: Prize: Total (£):
Match 5 and 2 Stars Rollover 0 £25,623,593 £0
Match 5 and 1 Star 3 No UK Winners £0
Match 5 5 £22,916 £22,916
Match 4 and 2 Stars 43 £830 £10,789
Match 4 and 1 Star 594 £111 £19,576
Match 3 and 2 Stars 1,343 £52 £19,749
Match 4 1,444 £34 £13,385
Match 2 and 2 Stars 19,596 £12 £67,332
Match 3 and 1 Star 29,962 £9 £74,853
Match 3 72,826 £7 £134,585
Match 1 and 2 Stars 106,863 £6 £166,560
Match 2 and 1 Star 449,494 £4 £523,340
Match 2 1,086,210 £3 £809,460

Previous EuroMillions Results

Results - Tue 2nd Aug 2022

7 18 28 40 48 8 11
Results - Fri 29th Jul 2022

3 23 38 43 48 3 8
Results - Tue 26th Jul 2022

3 5 17 25 27 1 9
Results - Fri 22nd Jul 2022

16 18 29 32 50 4 11

EuroMillions Tickets

EuroMillions Tickets

To play EuroMillions, you need to select five main numbers from 1 to 50 and two additional numbers (known as Lucky Stars) from 1 to 12. If you don't want to choose your own numbers, then you can take advantage of a 'Lucky Dip' option and have your numbers picked at random. Either way, your chance of winning any prize is exactly the same.

EuroMillions draws take place every Tuesday and Friday. Jackpots are never worth less than €17 million, and if nobody wins, the top prize will roll over to the next draw. The jackpot can keep growing until it reaches €240 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 €240 million for four draws, but if it is still not won in the following draw (the fifth at the €240 million 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 Tuesday 19th July 2022, when a UK ticket holder landed £195,707,000.00 (€230 million).

EuroMillions Prizes

To win the jackpot, players need to match all five main numbers and both Lucky Star numbers drawn. However, there are 12 other prize levels available, so even if you don’t win the jackpot you could still win a cash prize. The prize levels and odds of winning each are shown in the table below:

How To Win Odds of Winning
Match 5 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 1 in 139,838,160
Match 5 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 1 in 6,991,908
Match 5 main numbers 1 in 3,107,515
Match 4 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 1 in 621,503
Match 4 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 1 in 31,076
Match 3 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 1 in 14,126
Match 4 main numbers 1 in 13,812
Match 2 main numbers + 2 Lucky Stars 1 in 986
Match 3 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 1 in 707
Match 3 main numbers 1 in 314
Match 1 main number + 2 Lucky Stars 1 in 188
Match 2 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star 1 in 50
Match 2 main numbers 1 in 22
Approximate overall odds 1 in 13

If you purchase a EuroMillions ticket from an offline retailer then it is important to note that you must make any claim for a prize in the same country in which you bought the ticket. For example, if you buy a ticket in France while on holiday, you would need to claim any prize that ticket won in France.

If you buy tickets online, your prize will automatically be paid into your account. Playing online also allows you to buy tickets at a time that suits you and stores your numbers safely so that you don’t need to worry about it being lost, stolen or damaged

UK Millionaire Maker

Millionaire Maker is a supplementary 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 odds of winning Millionaire Maker flcutuate 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. The table below shows the estimated odds of winning, based on the average number of entries for a standard draw at the minimum jackpot. More people tend to take part in EuroMillions as the jackpot increases in value, so these odds will change accordingly.

Draw Day Estimated Odds of Winning
Tuesday 1 in 3,570,000
Friday 1 in 5,080,000

EuroMillions HotPicks

EuroMillions HotPicks is an extra game which can be played on Tuesdays and Fridays. At a cost of £1.50 per line, HotPicks can be played separately from EuroMillions but uses the same five main numbers. The Lucky Stars are discounted.

You can choose from five different games in HotPicks – Pick 1, Pick 2, Pick 3, Pick 4 and Pick 5. You must then match all the numbers you select if you are to win the fixed prize. For example, if you play Pick 5 there are no prizes for matching one, two, three or four of the numbers you select – you must match them all. The following table shows the prizes for each game and how to win:

Game How To Win Prize Odds of Winning
Pick 5 Select five numbers and match them all. £1 million 1 in 2,118,760
Pick 4 Select four numbers and match them all. £30,000 1 in 46,060
Pick 3 Select three numbers and match them all. £1,500 1 in 1,960
Pick 2 Select two numbers and match them all. £100 1 in 123
Pick 1 Select one number and correctly match it. £10 1 in 10