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How to Play UK EuroMillions

 Rules for the EuroMillions Lottery

UK EuroMillions Lottery Rules

All you have to do if you want to try your luck at UK EuroMillions is to pick 5 main numbers from a range of 1-50 and 2 Lucky Starts (1-12). If it's inspiration you need, then our amazing collection of songs about the lottery should get you into the right mood.

You will need to match all of the winning numbers to hit the jackpot, which starts at €17 million (approximately £15 million) and can grow with every rollover until it reaches €190 million (approximately £168 million). Unlike the American lotto games, which feature unlimited jackpots, in the UK EuroMillions if the first prize is still not won, it stays at the same value of 4 consecutive draws. If after the 4 draws there is no top prize winner, the jackpot amount rolls down and it is split between the winners of the next category. There's a lottery to play every single day, but the UK EuroMillions is well worth your attention!

 When Do the EuroMillions Draws Take Place?

When Do the EuroMillions Draws Take Place?

The European lottery holds two draws per week: every Tuesday and Friday. The lucky numbers are drawn at 21.00 CET in Paris. This means 7 AM the next day (on Wednesday and Saturday) in Australia.

But, you don’t have to get up early in the morning to watch the draw. Just subscribe to our results alerts service and we will send you the winning numbers via email or SMS. Also, don't forget that on theLotter Australia, you can also play Austria EuroMillions.

 UK Millionaire Maker Raffle

All about the UK Millionaire Maker Raffle

Every UK EuroMillions draw is accompanied by a UK Millionaire Maker draw, which offers two £1 million prizes, making two brand new millionaires per draw. The winner is the one who matches the 9-digit code of the draw.

The UK is not the only country offering a EuroMillions raffle: in Spain, the EuroMillions draws are accompanied by the El Millón raffle  since September 2016, while in France, the lottery officials organize the My Million raffle together with the bi-weekly EuroMillions draws.

Mega Week Raffle

Mega Week Raffle

On special occasions the UK EuroMillions hosts the Mega week, when the UK Millionaire Maker is taken to an entirely new level. Each of the two draws of the Mega Week produce multiple millionaires, usually delivering at least 6 prizes each worth £1 million. But, this is not all! Besides the awesome cash prize, the winners also get non-monetary prizes, which usually consist of luxurious holidays.

Winners have the option to receive the cash value of their non-cash prize, which is calculated and announced by the UK Lottery official operator before the draw. These special lottery events are announced by the EuroMillions officials a few weeks before, so keep an eye out for the Mega Week!

 Play EuroMillions Lottery Syndicates

Why Play UK EuroMillions Lottery Syndicates?

Playing the UK EuroMillions lottery together with a group can prove to be a very successful strategy for those who win more lotto prizes without paying the whole cost of a large number of lines.

On theLotter, you can join different types of syndicates, depending on the availability, buying the number of share you want. Find out more about the syndicates and how they work here and play EuroMillions.

UK EuroMillions Lottery Syndicate Winners

UK EuroMillions Lottery Syndicate Winners

The “Magnificent Seven” from Liverpool are probably the best known EuroMillions syndicate winners of all time. When the group of Hewlet Packard co-workers scooped the £45.5 million UK EuroMillions jackpot back in November 2009, after playing together for 4 months. Each of the members took home a £6.5 million share. The win could not have come at a better time. Their Christmas shopping certainly looked different after such a windfall.

In 2012, a syndicate of bus drivers from Corby saw their lives changing in the blink of an eye as they won a £38 million jackpot. Each of them cashed a £3.1 million ticket to retirement as none of the winners showed up for work the following day or any other day after that. Here you can read more stories about the biggest winning lottery syndicates of all times.

EuroMillions SuperDraws

EuroMillions SuperDraws

The European Lottery officials organize occasional special draws called SuperDraws. Since September 2016, the guaranteed jackpot amount for a SuperDraw was set at €100 million, and this can grow with each draw that does not have a winner, until it reaches the jaw-dropping value of €190 million – the EuroMillions’ lottery jackpot cap. The EuroMillions SuperDraws are highly anticipated events that usually occur a few times a year. They are usually organized to mark an event or an anniversary of the lottery.The upcoming EuroMillions SuperDraw will be held on February 23rd, 2018!

European Millionaire Maker

European Millionaire Maker

European Millionaire Maker is another kind of special draw for the EuroMillions lottery, only this one is a raffle. It takes place on special occasions throughout the year and guarantees a total of 25 winners, who scoop €1 million (£1 million in the UK) each!

The European Millionaire Maker is the SuperDraw of the raffles. Just like in the case of the regular SuperDraws, the special raffle draws are announced a few weeks in advace.

UK EuroMillions Lottery Winners

Latest News about the EuroMillions Winners

Big news for EuroMillions fans! On February 23rd, 2018 there is a brand new European Millionaire Maker raffle draw coming up, which means that you can become a millionaire even if you don't guess the five main numbers and the two Lucky Stars. This will make no less than 25 millionaires as it offers 25 prizes of £1 million.

So, this Friday draw brings a double chance to become a raffle winner: one with UK Millionaire Maker raffle, another one with the European Millionaire Maker. Remember to play EuroMillions on theLotter Australia for the big draw! Good luck!