EuroMillions Lottery Results

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Estimated jackpot: €37,000,000
EuroMillions

EuroMillions

€37 m
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Winners Payout per winner
Prize #1 I Match
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5+ 2
Winners:  0 Payout per winner:   €0.00
Prize #2 II Match
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5+ 1
Winners:  3 Payout per winner:   €414,803.40
Prize #3 III Match
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5+ 0
Winners:  11 Payout per winner:   €26,348.80
Prize #4 IV Match
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4+ 2
Winners:  51 Payout per winner:   €2,779.70
Prize #5 V Match
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4+ 1
Winners:  1,106 Payout per winner:   €136.70
Prize #6 VI Match
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3+ 2
Winners:  1,909 Payout per winner:   €110.50
Prize #7 VII Match
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X
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4+ 0
Winners:  2,723 Payout per winner:   €43.90
Prize #8 VIII Match
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X
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2+ 2
Winners:  27,182 Payout per winner:   €20.20
Prize #9 IX Match
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X
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3+ 1
Winners:  44,936 Payout per winner:   €12.90
Prize #10 X Match
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X
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3+ 0
Winners:  110,577 Payout per winner:   €9.90
Prize #11 XI Match
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X
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1+ 2
Winners:  136,013 Payout per winner:   €11.40
Prize #12 XII Match
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X
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2+ 1
Winners:  602,141 Payout per winner:   €7.70
Prize #13 XIII Match
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2+ 0
Winners:  1,467,123 Payout per winner:   €3.90
Total Sum: Total Winners:  2,393,775 Total Prize:   €16,289,962.80

Drawing results are actually the first thing you check right after the lottery at the speed of light. It’s no wonder, you did buy the ticket after all, or even plenty of them, so it is normal that you can’t wait for our website to show drawing results.
On our website not only can you check if you won the main prize in the lottery, but also find plenty of useful information here that you will be able to use when planning your strategy of selecting numbers during future games.

Who wins at EuroMillions and how?

To win at EuroMillions, you have to play, obviously. But who wins at this lottery, how does it go and what are the rules of it?

The EuroMillions game consists of selecting five main numbers from the range of 1 to 50 and two special numbers, the so-called Lucky Star, from the range of 1 to 12. These rules are similar to those of Eurojackpot. The main monetary reward is won by the player who gets all those numbers, which means guessing as many as seven numbers. One shouldn’t forget, though, that lotto games where drawings are based around two drawing drums give much higher chances of winning. In EuroMillions we have as many as thirteen (13!) winning levels. What does that mean?

The thing is that the winning players are both those who guess all the numbers in a drawing as well as those who only guess two special numbers or only three basic numbers. The minimum required for a monetary prize is guessing at least two numbers, although the winnings on this level are very low.
The exact info on the individual winning threshold can be analyzed in the result table. That’s where different combinations of basic and bonus numbers are shown. From the table you’ll also find out how many winners a particular lottery had and what winning rate they got. It is worth noting that every EuroMillions drawing has around 2 000 000 winners! It means that the chances of winning monetary prizes are high.

It is nice to be in the group of winners, especially on the higher levels, as this lottery features the highest winnings out of all European numbers games via Internet. On the Lottomat website you can find an article that mentions why it’s a good idea to play EuroMillions online.

Prizes and jackpots in EuroMillions, or what you can gain from participating in the game

If there’s so many winners, it’s a good idea to take a closer look at their winnings. The guaranteed main prize in EuroMillions is seventeen million euro, but if there is no winning ticket in a particular drawing, a rollover occurs, which can go all the way up to 190 000 000 EUR! Every surplus above that amount is given to the lower levels of the game. Such situation is a unique opportunity to win truly large amounts of money without even winning the main prize. There’s a similar rule in the Euroackpot lottery. To put it directly, it means that if a rollover exceeds a predetermined threshold, the entire surplus is used for the prizes for the players who guessed lower amount of numbers in the drawing. All that is needed to win any prize is to correctly select just 2 numbers. The table shows info on the number of winners of the prizes on each level, as well as values of the prizes.

Thanks to those player-friendly rules and very frequent rollover jackpots, the lottery enjoys a really huge popularity among lotto lovers and attracts players from all over the world, not just from Europe. This process is also beneficial to the development of online lotteries, since currently most players use Internet ticket purchasing. It is no surprise considering that pretty much each of us has access to the Internet and a mobile device, and that is all you need to be able to participate in lotteries. You no longer have to leave the house just to go buy a EuroMillions ticket and play your favorite lottery. You can do it easily, quickly and conveniently online on the Lottomat website. Purchasing even few tickets goes ultra fast, and the cost is calculated automatically.

Archived EuroMillions results

Browsing archived results gives us plenty of benefits. You’ll be able to not only develop a strategy for future games by checking which numbers were recently drawn, but also check the number of winners, frequency of rollovers and the amounts of winnings.
On the Lottomat website you have all the info within your reach, and all of it is clear and simple. The current lotto results show up on the website ultra fast, they are reliable and come from the official websites of each lottery. Which means there’s no place for errors here.

You can find the archived results under the date of the latest drawing (to the right of the current numbers). That’s where you can freely open a list and pick the drawings you’re currently most interested in. The results come directly from the EuroMillions host’s website and reach up to 12 month back. The results on the Lottomat website come from the best and official source.

The most drawn numbers in EuroMillions

If you’re into statistics and believe in it more than in blind chance, you are free to use our tips. Based on the archived games results we know which numbers get drawn more than others. When it comes to EuroMillions, it is 50, 11, 4, 44 and 38. It’s a good idea to bet on them.

Which numbers are better to avoid altogether? The ones that get drawn the least. In that case don’t bet on 22, 1, 8, 49 and 34.

Jackpot Behaviour

The EuroMillions is one of the most trusted lotteries in Europe, as well as the oldest multi-country lottery on the continent. Due to the fact that so many people play, the odds of winning the jackpot are quite low compared to its main competition, Eurojackpot. The statistics for the EuroMillions grand prize sit at 1:139 million, whereas the Eurojackpot it at 1:95 million. This is a pretty big difference, but it doesn’t mean everything. You see, the Eurojackpot also has a 1:26 chance of you winning any kind of prize, which EuroMillions gives you much better odds at 1:13.

So, if you want a chance at winning a prize in general, EuroMillions has far better odds. The EuroMillions tends to have massive and record-breaking prizes up for grabs, and the jackpot often leaves you wondering how on earth you could possibly use all that money. The best thing is that the low chances of winning the jackpot mean that it rolls over most weeks to create even bigger and better prizes. You also have the Millionaire Maker that gives a number of people a cool million every week – changing lives across Europe forever.

The regular rollovers each week bring an additional level of excitement to each draw as the grand prize keeps getting bigger and better. While the EuroMillions was first thought of back in 1994, it took an entire decade to actually figure out how it would work and negotiate. There were only three countries involved in the first 2004 draw; which ironically took place on Friday the 13th of February 2004. After that, six more countries joined over the next 12 months.

In order to win the EuroMillions, you must match five ball numbers and two lucky stars; a total of seven. Generally speaking, the jackpot starts at approximately 15 million euros, and will increase in value after every draw that does not have a winner. Generally speaking, the EuroMillions winners are quite well dispersed across the participating countries, and this is likely due to the good ticket sales across each of them. It is estimated that between 80 and 100 million people play each week, which is quite a substantial amount.

There is a roll down for the EuroMillions. Once it reaches the maximum jackpot of 190 million euros, it may remain there for four draws. After that, the prize must be won, and it will go to someone in the second tier. There have been a few occasions where the maximum jackpot has been claimed, and the rolldown feature has helped with this. So, even if you don’t have all the winning numbers, there could still be a chance for you.

In 2009, the EuroMillions introduced the Millionaire Maker. This is a set of letters and numbers that gives you the chance to win a million pounds or euros each draw. There are a set number of guaranteed winners each week, and it adds a little something to the lottery experience that wasn’t there before. It’s one of the smaller prizes that can really help to change someone’s life. A cool million could do a great deal of good for a lot of us.

There have been 405 winners for the EuroMillions jackpot since the first draw in 2004. This means that over the past 15 years, there have been approximately two winners each month across Europe. Of course, it doesn’t happen as clockwork as this, but when looking at statistics, it is easier to display them as such. This is actually pretty impressive considering the low chances of winning the top tier reward, and offers some reassurance to those who still want to play.

Here’s a quick rundown of the participating countries, for while there are not as many as the Eurojackpot, there are more players within each of them who want that top prize.

  • UK
  • France
  • Spain
  • Portugal
  • Belgium
  • Switzerland
  • Austria
  • Ireland
  • Luxemburg

Try Your Luck and Play EuroMillions Online

It’s worth playing the EuroMillions, so why not try your luck and see how things go? Playing the game itself is an easy task. All you need to do is create an account, pick your numbers, and then buy the ticket. After that, it’s a case of waiting for the results to be announced so that you can check to see if you are one of the lucky winners. With us, you can choose your own numbers, go with a lucky dip, or a combination of both if you really want to mix things up. With a 1:13 chance of winning a general prize, why not see what your luck is like?

In order to win, you need to match five number and two lucky star numbers. Do that, and the jackpot is yours. Or, for the Millionaire Maker, just match up the letters and numbers in order to have your life changed. There is a total of 14 different prize tiers, and this means that you could be set up to win a pretty decent amount of cash during the next draw. The actual drawing of the numbers takes place at 20:45 every Tuesday and Friday in Paris. The results are usually online by 23:00 the same night for you to view.

Of course, the EuroMillions has broken plenty of records as well with the massive jackpots. There have been three winners for the top prize of 190 million euros, one of which was in the UK, one in Spain, and another in Portugal. A UK winner also managed to scoop up 185 million, with smaller prizes of up to 162 million euros being scooped up across Europe. It’s pretty amazing to see how much money is won, and the number of lives that are changed.

It’s one thing to dream of winning the lottery; another to actually go out there and play. It is something that we all want, but unless you actually decide to buy a ticket, you aren’t going to have a chance. Sadly, losing is a part of the process, but without trying you’ll never know if that massive jackpot could be yours. Even the smaller prizes can change your life for the better. So, what are you waiting for? Go and see what your luck’s like and pick up a EuroMillion’s ticket today. Remember, there are more winners on a Friday than a Tuesday!

Have great winnings!

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