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1. What is the EuroMillions Lottery?

 

 

 

EuroMillions is the first a transnational lottery, launched in Europe on 2004.

 

EuroMillions Tickets are sell in France, Ireland, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Austria and the United Kingdom.


2. How to Play EuroMillions

 

 

Single Play:

 

Select 5 numbers (1-50) and 2 Lucky Stars (1-12)

 

Multiple Play: 

 

You can select 6,7,8,9 or 10 numbers (1-50) and 2,3,4 or 5 Lucky Stars (1-12)

 

3. When is the EuroMillions draw?

 

 

 

The EuroMillions draw take place every Tuesday and Friday

 


4. What time is the EuroMillions draw?

 

 

 

EuroMillions draw take place at 21:30

 


5. Where does EuroMillions draw take place?

 

 

 

EuroMillions draw takes place in Paris (France)


6. Where can I Play EuroMillions?

 

 

 

 

- You can Play EuroMillions in an Authorised Lottery Retailer in any of the nine EuroMillions participating countries.


- You can Play EuroMillions Online.


7. Can I Play EuroMillions from any country of the World?

 

 

 

Yes, you can Play EuroMillions Online from any Country of the World.

 

According to Spanish Law 13/2011 about Gaming Regulation there is no residency to buy and win the EuroMillions (click here to know more).

 

Lottosphoto.com buys euromillions tickets for you in an official lottery retailer in Madrid (Spain).


8. How Can I play EuroMillions if I do not live in one of the 9 participating countries?

 

 

 

You can Play EuroMillions online by using our recommended lottery ticket company service (click here).

 


9. What is the minimum age to play Euromillions?

 

 

 

To Play EuroMillions the players must be at least 18 year and 16 year old in the United Kingdom.


10. What are the member countries of the EuroMillions draw?

 

 

 

 

EuroMillions Participating Countries:

 

Spain, France, UK, Belgium, Luxembourg, Ireland, Portugal, Switzerland and Austria.


11. Is there an EuroMillions Official Website?

 

 

 

Yes, each of the nine participating countries has its own EuroMillions Official Website but addressed exclusively to the legal residents.

 

 

1.France:

www.fdj.fr

 

2.United Kingdom:

www.national-lottery.co.uk

 

3.Spain:

www.loteriasyapuestas.es

 

4.Ireland: 

www.lottery.ie

 

5.Luxembourg: 

www.loterie.lu

 

6.Portugal:

www.jogossantacasa.pt

 

7. Austria:

www.lotterien.at

 

8. Belgium: 

www.loterie-nationale.be

 

9. Switzerland: 

www.swisslos.ch

12. What are the odds of winning the EuroMillions Jackpot?

 

 

 

The odds of winnings the EuroMillions Jackpot is 1 in 139,838,160.

 


13. What is the starting and maximun EuroMillions jackpot?

 

 

 

EuroMillions starting jackpot is €17.000.000 and the maximun EuroMillions prize possible is €190.000.000


 
14. What is the EuroMillions Superdraw?

 

 

 

The EuroMillions Superdraw is a limited draw with an amazing minimum guaranteed super jackpot of €100.000.000 and very often €130.000.000.


15. Are EuroMillions tickets the same in the nine participating countries?

 

 

 

No, the apperance of the Euromillions tickets looks different in each of the 9 participating countries.

 

Click here to see the 9 different EuroMillions Tickets.


16. Where can I check the Official EuroMillions Results?
17. How long do I have to claim a EuroMillions prize?

 

The expiry date of EuroMillions prizes depends on which country the winning ticket was bought in:


  • United Kingdom: 180 days 
  • Switzerland: 180 days
  • Belgium: 140 days 
  • Ireland: 90 days 
  • Portugal: 90 days 
  • Spain: 90 days 
  • France: 60 days 
  • Luxembourg: 60 days
  • Austria: 28 days
18. Can a tourist play Euromillion and claim the prize?

 

 

 

The answer is YES, as reported by the Spanish Gaming Regulation (Law 13/2011) a tourist can play EuroMillions and claim the prize.

 

In Spain there is no residency condition for buying and winning the EuroMillions.

 

In Spain any person can buy and win the euromillions jackpot, even if you are a tourist visiting Spain you are eligible to buy EuroMillions Tickets and win the EuroMillions Jackpot.


19. Is there a limit to the number of times the EuroMillions jackpot can rollover?

 

 

 

No, there is not a limit, but the maximun EuroMillions jackpot is €190.000.000.


20. Can I claim a EuroMillions prize from a ticket purchased in another country?

 

 

 

No, you can claim your EuroMillions prize only in the country that you purchased the ticket.


21. When you Play EuroMillions (Spain) you Play El Millón

 

 

 

When you Play EuroMillions, Tuesday or Friday, you are entered into El Millon, the game is held on Fridays and offers a prize of €1.000.000.


Nine numbers and letters are printed at the botton of the EuroMillions ticket, if you match the 9 digits you win €1.000.000.


This game is only for EuroMillions tickets purchased in Spain.


22. Tips to Win the EuroMillions

 

 

 

- Pick your EuroMillions Numbers


- You have to be consistent 


- Try the most common EuroMillions numbers 


- The more you play EuroMillions the better your chances (with responsability).


23. Can I see the EuroMillions draw in the television?

 

 

 

Here you have the list of countries that broadcast EuroMillions Lottery results with the channel direct link and time of each broadcast.


 

1. AUSTRIA:  EuroMillions TV Channel is ORF2 (click here to visit the webiste) - Broadcast Time EuroMillions Results - 22.25 CET

 

2. BELGIUM: EuroMillions TV Channel is LA UNE (click here to visit the website ) - Broadcast Time EuroMillions Results - 22.30 CET

 

3. FRANCE : EuroMillions TV Channel is TF1 (click here to visit the website ) - Broadcast Time EuroMillions Results - 23.25 CET

 

4. IRELAND: EuroMillions TV Channel is RTE ONE (click here to visit the website ) - Broadcast Time EuroMillions Results - 21.00 GMT

 

5. LUXEMBOURG: EuroMillions TV Channel is RTL LU (click here to visit the website ) - Broadcast Time EuroMillions Results - 22.00 CET

 

6. PORTUGAL: EuroMillions TV Channel is TVI (click here to visit the website ) - Broadcast Time EuroMillions Results - 21.00 CET

 

7. SPAIN: EuroMillions TV Channel is TV2 (click here to visit the website ) - Broadcast Time EuroMillions Results - 22.00 CET

 

8. SWITZERLAND: EuroMillions TV Channel is RTS DEUX (click here to visit the website ) - Broadcast Time EuroMillions Results - 22.45 CET

 

9. UNITED KINGDOM: EuroMillions TV Channel is BBC 1 (click here to visit the website ) - Broadcast Time EuroMillions Results - 22.30 GMT


24. What is the difference between European EuroMillions and UK, Switzerland EuroMillions?

 

 

 

Prizes in the participating countries are paid out in Euros, with the exception of Switzerland, which pays out prizes in Swiss Francs (CHF), whereas in the UK prizes are paid out in Pounds.


25. EuroMillions Superdraw Luckies countries

 

 

 

How do we calculate which countries are the luckiest in the EuroMillions Superdraws?

 

Very simple, we take the total amount of EuroMillions Superdraw Wins in each country and divided by the total population of that country.

 

1. Portugal 2. Ireland 3. Belgium 4. Spain 5. United Kingdom 6. France 7. Austria


26. Can I Play EuroMillions from Abroad?

 

 

 

According to Spanish Law, Law 13/2011 about Gaming Regulation, there is no residency requirement for buying and winning the EuroMillions.

 

Any person over 18 years old who participates can win the jackpot. Even if you are a tourist from a non European country, you are eligible to win the EuroMillions.  

 

I am a non European Resident, a live abroad and I would like to buy EuroMillions Tickets, can I do it? YES, you can do it, using a lottery messenger company like lottosphoto.com.


27. Changes to EuroMillions were introduced in September 2016.

 

 

 

 

  • Starting jackpots increased from €15.000.000 to €17.000.000 
  • EuroMillions Superdraw jackpots increased from €100.000.000 to €130.000.000
  • 12 Lucky Stars to choose from (prior 11)
  • Bigger rolling jackpots
28. Who runs the EuroMillions lottery?

 

 

 

1. In the United Kingdom is managed by Camelot Group.


2. In Spain is managed by Sociedad Estatal Loterías y Apuestas del Estado. 


3. In France is operated by Française des Jeux (FDJ). 


4. In Ireland is operated by Premier Lotteries Ireland (PLI).


5. In Luxembourg is managed by Loterie Nationale du Luxembourg.


6. In Portugal is managed by Jogos Santa Casa.


7. In Austria is managed by Österreichische Lotterien Gesellschaft m.b.H (Austrian Lotteries.)


8. In Belgium is managed by Loterie Nationale.


9. In Switzerland is operated by Swisslos Loterie Intercantonale.


29. Do I have to match EuroMillions numbers in the exact order they appear in the draw?

 

 

 

No, you must simply have the winning numbers on your EuroMillions ticket, no matter whether it was drawn first or last.


30. How can I claim my EuroMillions prize?

 

 

 

If you buy your EuroMillions ticket in one of the nine EuroMillions participating countries, you can only claim the prize in the country where you bought the ticket.


31. What are the Millionaire Raffle and EuroMillions Plus games?

 

 

 

Some of the national lottery operators of EuroMillions offer extra games for players from their country, (Millionaire Raffle in the UK and EuroMillions Plus in Ireland).

 

The cost of entering some of these games is included in the prize of your regular EuroMillions entry.


32. I received an e-mail saying that I did won an EuroMillions prize, is it legitimate?

 

 

 

No, if you receive calls or e-mails telling you that you have won an EuroMillions prizes for draws you’ve never entered, it is a lottery scam.


33. Are there any differences between the Tuesday and Friday EuroMillions draws?

 

 

 

No really, the only real difference is the amount of tickets sold for each draw, with more players buying tickets for Friday night draws.


34. How long before a draw are EuroMillions ticket sales closed?

 

 

 

EuroMillions tickets are available to buy in the lottery retailer until 20:30 on a Tuesday and Friday.


35. If I win a EuroMillions jackpot can I remain anonymous?

 

 

 

Yes, all EuroMillions Winners can remain anonymous when claiming their prize.