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Do you want to win millions by participating from one of the biggest European lotteries? Don’t wait any longer! Play at the most popular and amazing lottery in Europe: EUROMILLIONS!

Every Friday fascinating jackpots can be yours! The most appealing ones start at 15 million Euros, rolling over week after week if there are no winners! It can roll over up to 185 million Euros in one cycle!

Are you going to miss it? Be part of the lottery which these nine countries have in common: Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and UK.

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Playing Euro Millions Online from the UK

First of all you need to set up an account which is free to do at our official Online Lottery retailer. Registering an account is pretty straightforward with just a few details required in order to get started. You will need to complete registration which require details like your name, address, email address etc. Once you have completed the sign-up process you are ready to purchase Euro Millions tickets online.

You can pay for entries using pre-paid Available Funds or Lottery Vouchers, or by one of our accepted online lottery payment methods

Follow links to Euro Millions play games page where you will find the online play slip. Filling this in is simple – just select the draw you want to play in and the amount of weeks you want to play it for. Select your five numbers and two lucky stars on the online playslip.

If you don’t want to pick the numbers yourself just click ‘Quick Pick’ on the left and a random number generator will select the numbers for you.

Finally, just click ‘Play Numbers’ and you will receive a notification via the e-mail you gave when you set up your account just to confirm which draw you have entered into and what the numbers are you selected. You can if you want to print this email out but it is entirely up to you as all the tickets you have brought will be on your account on the Lottery website. To find out what your winnings are you will need to log into your Lottery account.

Playing Euro Millions Online from Outside of the UK

Using our Lottery retailer means that you do not have to be in one of the participating countries to purchase a Euro Millions ticket online. The service will buy a ticket on your behalf in one of the participating countries and add it to your account ensuring that all tickets that you purchase, Euro Millions or any other world lottery, are safe and secure.

First of all you need to set up an account which is free to do at our official Online Lottery retailer. Registering an account is pretty straightforward with just a few details required in order to get started. You will need to complete registration which require details like your name, address, email address etc. Once you have completed the sign-up process you are ready to purchase Euro Millions tickets online.

You can pay for entries using pre-paid Available Funds or Lottery Vouchers, or by one of our accepted online lottery payment methods

Follow links to Euro Millions play games page where you will find the online playslip. Filling this in is simple – just select the draw you want to play in and the amount of weeks you want to play it for. Select your five numbers and two lucky stars on the online playslip.

If you don’t want to pick the numbers yourself just click ‘Quick Pick’ on the left and a random number generator will select the numbers for you.

Finally, just click ‘Play Numbers’ and you will receive a notification via the e-mail you gave when you set up your account just to confirm which draw you have entered into and what the numbers are you selected. You can if you want to print this email out but it is entirely up to you as all the tickets you have brought will be on your account on the Lottery website. To find out what your winnings are you will need to log into your Lottery account.

 

Euro Millions Frequently Asked Questions

1. What time is the Euromillions Draw?
The Euromillions Draw takes place at approximately 9pm UK time or 10pm CET. Results for the UK Millionaire Raffle and finalised information on the number of UK winners is normally available within an hour of the draw but with major jackpots it has been known to be as late as 12am before all the details are collated and made available. You can see the results of the last 10 Euromillions Draws on our Euromillions Results page.

 

2. What time do Euromillions ticket sales close?

Ticket sales for Euromillions close at 7.30pm UK time for both the Tuesday and Friday draws. Ticket sales re-open at 9pm so that tickets can be bought for the following Euromillions Draw.

 

3. How can I win playing Euromillions?

There are a number of ways to win the Euromillions. Players can match their numbers in a total of 13 different ways outlined in our Euromillions prizes page. Players in the UK can also win using their Millionaire Raffle entry which is included in the price of your standard ticket. The Millionaire Raffle pays a fixed prize of £1m to a single UK Euromillions player on both the Tuesday and Friday draws. On various occasions the Euromillions organisers may decide to run a Super Raffle where there can be multiple Millionaire Raffle winners – the largest number to date was on December 24th 2010 when Euromillions broke the record for creating the most millionaires in a single evening with a massive 25 winning Millionaire Raffle tickets.

 

4. Can I play Euromillions from outside the UK?

The UK version of the Euromillions is only playable from within the UK. However, players can use our lottery ticket concierge service from Playhugelotto to purchase Euromillions tickets from anywhere in the world. The subtle difference is that UK players get the added bonus of being entered into the Millionaire Raffle giving them an extra chance of winning a £1m prize.

 

5. Can I play Euromillions in the UK if I am not a UK resident?

The official rules for Euromillions state that in order to play the UK Euromillions a player must be located in the United Kingdom or Isle of Man and also be a permanent resident of the UK. No such restriction applies to players using our ticket concierge service as this service only buys tickets for the Euro version of Euromillions.

 

6. How long are Euromillions tickets valid for?

Euromillions Tickets are valid for a period of 180 days.

 

7. Is there a minimum age limit for playing Euromillions?

In the UK the minimum age limit for playing Euro Millions is 16. Outside of the UK age limits may vary due to local gambling legislation but for the sake of simplicity our Euromillions Concierge service requires players to be at least 18 years of age. In some countries local law may require players to be at least 21 years of age to play any lottery based games so we always advise players to read up on their local gambling legislation just to be sure.

 

8. Are winnings on the Euromillions taxable?

In the UK there is no tax on Euromillions winnings. For players in countries outside the UK there may be local tax regulations that apply to any lottery win. It is the responsibility of the player in these countries to pay any appropriate taxes and to inform the authorities of any “substantial” lottery wins.

 

9. What is the Millionaire Raffle??

The Millionaire Raffle is a free raffle that UK Euromillions are automatically entered into when buying a ticket. Each Euro Millions ticket has a unique Raffle number printed on it that is made up of three letters and six numbers. When each draw is made a single raffle ticket number is also announced paying the owner of that ticket a fixed sum of £1m

 

10. What are the odds of winning the Euromillions??

The odds of winning a prize in Euromillions are 1 in 13. Most people however are more interested what the odds of winning the Euromillions jackpot are. The odds of matching all five balls and the 2 Lucky Stars to win the Jackpot is 1 in 116,531,800. For more odds along with Euromillions prize amounts take a look at our Prizes page.

 

11. What channel is the Euromillions draw on??

The Euromillions Draw is broadcast live on Fridays only at approximately 10:30pm UK time on BBC1. There is also a Euromillions results update broadcast after the Tuesday draw between 10:30 and 11:00pm

 

12. What are the Euromillions Results?

Euromillions results are the balls that are drawn to determine the winner of the Euro Millions Jackpot. You can get the latest results on our Euromillions Results page.

 

13. Is there a limit to the number of times the Euromillions can Rollover?

Currently there is no limit to the amount of times Euromillions can rollover. However, once the jackpot pool reaches €190m it is capped causing any further rollovers to in essence be treated as rolldowns – this means that any money from ticket sales over and above the cap amount of €190million is allocated to the next winning prize tier down that has at least one winner. For draw number 397 this resulted in 11 winners all matching 5 numbers and a single Lucky Star to take home a prize of £1,779,995 after Euromillions rolled over a record breaking 14 times. On 17th February 2012 the rules changed slightly so that only two draws could remain at the Jackpot Cap with the second resulting in the whole jackpot rolling down to the next winning prize tier.

 

14. How do I make sure that I’m playing random Euromillions numbers?

The easiest way to make sure that you are playing random lottery numbers is to use our quickpick lottery number generator. The advantage of using this over playing lucky dips is that each set of lottery numbers is generated purely at random giving each player a unique set of numbers, unlike lucky dips which may be allocated to groups of players reducing your chances of winning a solo jackpot.

 

15. What is a Euromillions Superdraw?

A Euromillions Superdraw often takes place to celebrate special dates for the Euromillions. These often happen a couple of times a year but aren’t at specific times or an annual event. A Superdraw sees the Euromillions jackpot prize pool increased to £85/€100 million regardless of the prize on offer the week before. Euromillions Superdraws work in much the same way as a standard draw; if no jackpot winner is found who matches five main numbers and two Lucky Stars then the jackpot rolls over to the next draw.