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 How to Play EuroMillions Online

How to Play EuroMillions Online

To enter the EuroMillions, you must choose 5 main numbers from 1 to 50, and 2 Lucky Stars from 1 to 12. In the grid above, you can select the EuroMillions numbers you want to play. If you prefer a random combination of numbers, then click on the Quick Pick button and it will generate random combinations of 7 numbers.

Your aim in the game is to match all 5 main numbers and both Lucky Stars to win the grand EuroMillions jackpot, which can get as high as €190 million. And that’s not all! The game also features very tempting secondary prizes, and the Spain EuroMillions offers players the El Millón raffle. You could win €1 million without guessing any of the EuroMillions numbers.

 Can I Play EuroMillions from Australia?

Can I Play EuroMillions from Australia?

Yes, you can play EuroMillions from Australia and from the comfort of your own home on theLotter.com.au. As a member of our platform, the biggest international lotteries are right there within your reach. Playing the EuroMillions has never been easier!

You can give your game a boost by using our advanced play options (syndicates, bundles, and systematic forms). If you are a EuroMillions regular, you can set up a subscription on theLotter and get every 10th entry free of charge. You can also try our Multi-Draw packages that come with discounts of 15-25%.

 When Are the EuroMillions Draws?

When Are the Spain EuroMillions Draws?

The draws for the EuroMillions lottery take place on Tuesdays and Fridays in Paris, at 20:30. That is Wednesdays and Saturdays at 04:30 in Canberra time. You can play on theLotter Australia up until a few hours before the draw.

We will keep you updated on the upcoming draws and jackpots if you sign up for our Free Alerts service. We will also send you emails with the latest EuroMillions results, or you can check our EuroMillions results page after the draw and find the winning numbers there.

 Play Spain EuroMillions with El Millón Raffle

Play Spain EuroMillions with El Millón Raffle

When you enter the Spain EuroMillions, you automatically participate in the El Millón raffle as well. Each entry gives you a chance to win the €1 million raffle prize on Friday draws. The best thing about it is that you don’t need to match any EuroMillions numbers to win it. You are entered in the El Millón raffle with a unique 9-digit code that comes with the EuroMillions ticket. Each Friday draw produces one raffle winner, which is yet another reason to play Spain EuroMillions online

On theLotter.com.au, you can also play France EuroMillions and My Million raffle, which also comes with a €1 million prize per draw. When you play Austria EuroMillions, you also get a code for the Österreich Bonus Raffle, which gives you the chance to win a €100,000 prize Aside from this, the EuroMillions also hosts the European Millionaire Maker, which is held periodically, like the EuroMillions Superdraw and which comes with 25 raffle prizes, each worth €1 million.

 All About the EuroMillions Jackpot

All About the EuroMillions Jackpot

The EuroMillions jackpot starts out at a guaranteed €17 million. Then, it grows every time there is no jackpot winner. With every rollover, the amount of the jackpot gets bigger and bigger until it reaches the €190 million cap. This is the maximum amount for the first prize, and when it reaches €190 million, it can stay at this rate for 4 consecutive draws.

In the event that there is no 1st prize winner on the fourth cap draw, the €190 million goes to the 2nd prize fund. After that, it will be divided between the 2nd prize winners. Until now, the EuroMillions jackpot has reached its cap three times. The first time was in 2012 when Adrian and Gillian Bayford of the UK scooped the prize. The second time was in 2014 when a Portuguese winner won the $190 million, and the third time was in 2017 when the cap jackpot was won in Spain.

 The Amazing EuroMillions SuperDraws

The Amazing EuroMillions SuperDraws

EuroMillions draws are always exciting but a few times a year, they host a SuperDraw, which takes things to an entirely new level. You can read our guide to EuroMillions SuperDraws to find out everything you need to know about these special events.The most attractive thing about them is the jackpot, which is worth at least €100 million, regardless of the previous amount of the first prize.

The first SuperDraw this year was on April 20th and it came with a €130 million jackpot. The Superdraw had no first-prize winner, so the jackpot rolled over to €138 million and it was won by a player from the UK. The latest Superdraw was held on September 21st, 2018 and it also featured a first prize of €130 million. The prize was not won that night, and it rolled over to €162 million. It was won in Switzerland on October 2nd.

 Boost Your EuroMillions Game

Boost Your EuroMillions Game on theLotter

theLotter offers you the chance to up your EuroMillions game by opting for advanced play options. You can purchase a share in a EuroMillions syndicate to enter the game with a set of tickets and immediately up your chances of winning a prize. Here is how syndicates work and all the advantages they bring.

If you want to try EuroMillions syndicates, but you also want to have a personal entry in the game, then Bundles are the ideal choice for you. Another feature you can try on our platform is playing EuroMillions with systematic forms. With these, you get to play with all the existing combinations of 6-10 numbers of your choice. Find out everything about these work in our guide to systematic forms!

 The Latest News About  EuroMillions  Winners

The Latest News About the EuroMillions Lottery

The wait is finally over! After there was no jackpot winner on September 21st, the EuroMillions SuperDraw jackpot has had a series of rollovers. Then, on October 2nd, a Swiss player scooped the big pot worth €162 million.

The winning numbers for this enormous jackpot were 07-17-29-37-45/ 03-11. The Swiss player was the only one to match them, which means that he will be collecting the full amount of the prize. This is Switzerland’s 18th jackpot-win in the EuroMillions and at €162 million, it is also one of the biggest pots in the history of the lottery.